The effects of "the Great War" were felt around the world, but in some places more than others. See the casualty rates in the charts below.
Long summer days were no stranger to our ancestors, who knew the satisfaction of hitting a beach blanket on a hot day. Harken back to holidays past as our readers share some...
A review of Legacy Family Tree 8.0.
Use these 11 websites to expand your research with online calendars.
Maps to point your research in the right direction. In this issue: Europe before and after World War I.
Tools for taking care of your family's legacy. In this issue: preserving baseball memorabilia.
Learn how to make the most of your ancestors' marriage licenses with this 10-step guide.
Internet phone services have expanded to rival landlines and mobile phones. Here are some facts about five of the most popular and accessible providers.
Step-by-step guide to finding unindexed records at the free FamilySearch.org.
Use these resources to start exploring the experiences of your female ancestors who served in World War I, whether as a nurse, volunteer, or on the home front.
Discover the experiences of your female ancestors who nursed soldiers and served on the home front during World War I.
You may be able to learn more about your relative's WWI service by researching at the state level for the place where he enlisted or was drafted.