Brigham Young University – The World War I Document Archive

Brigham Young University – The World War I Document Archive is a new primary archive for documents from World War I compiled by the World War I Military History List [WWI-L] volunteers of WWI historians, students, and fans from around the world.

I believe they are still working on their web page design as it needs help, but skip the bad design to get the meat: The documents.

Here is a list of some of the categories of documents offered:

If you have an ancestor who served in World War I, this is a prize batch of material to continue your research.

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