More than 25 screens of information about remembrance. It covers national, regional and individual monuments including The Cenotaph, The National Memorial Arboretum, the Tomb of The Unknown Warrior and The Memorial Plaque or ‘Death Penny’. Institutions are covered; The Commonwealth War Graves Commission and The Royal British Legion, as is Remembrance Day itself.
S0002. WW1 British Army Medals and Awards
Created by a consortium of museums and medals experts, this package provides the gold standard of medal displays in a format that any museum can modify very easily to meet their own requirements. It has never been easier to create an eye-catching, informative and interactive display to bring medal collections to life.
World War 1 was seen by many as the almost inevitable consequence of a complex series of international rivalries and alliances, compounded by an explosive mix of beliefs and technologies. This package aims to explain the causes of World War 1 as simply and clearly as possible.
S0004. Key People
Central to understanding World War 1, this package profiles the people and their politics that lead nations and entire empires into the bloodiest conflict of all time. Includes profiles of the Key Leaders from Austria-Hungary, France, The United Kingdom, The United States of America, Germany, Russia and The Ottoman Empire.
Over 20 screens of information covering aircraft during World War 1. Includes an Introduction, Technology of Aviation and Major Events. Technology includes descriptions of Zeppelins, the Fighter Ace, Aerial Reconnaissance, Machine Gun Synchronization, Bombing, and Anti-Aircraft Weaponry. Major events includes how Aviation was used pre-war, during the Fokker Scourge, Bloody April, at Verdun and the Somme and during the Spring Offensive.
S0006. The Aftermath
More than eighty screens of information covering treaties, revolutions, major events and descriptions of what happened to individual countries directly after World War 1. This package provides a good understanding of the far-reaching consequences of the war.
7 Categories of Transport are divided into motorized and non-motorized sections. The package contains 1 or 2 screens on each of 7 categories: Horses, Bicycles, Buses, Locomotives, Ships, Trucks, Motorcycles. This also includes a brief overview of transport during world war 1 in general.
S0008. British Artillery
A short package providing an overview of the British Artillery used in World War One. Use it ‘as-is’ or as the basis to build your own interactive display. Playing one of the major roles in creating the stalemate on the Western Front, artillery is key in our understanding of WWI.
S0009. Small Arms
This provides a revealing insight to the weapons that were carried and used daily by the millions of troops who fought the First World War. Covers German, United States and British weaponry. Weaponry includes machine guns, anti-tank guns, pistols and revolvers, sub-machine guns and rifles.
S0010. Tanks and Armoured Vehicles
Tanks are one of the highest-profile innovations of World War 1. Invented to break the stalemate of trench warfare, in the course of a few years of warfare they evolved rapidly to become recognisable as the forbearers of today’s formidable fighting machines. Package contains more than 30 screens of information about the tanks and armoured vehicles developed and used during World War 1. There are sections for American, British, French and German vehicles.
S0011. The Gallipoli Campaign
This package describes one of the Key Battles and Campaigns of World War 1, Gallipoli. This Campaign emphasizes the huge loss of life and military resources experienced by all powers during The Great War. It includes Maps of the Campaign, Detailed chronological descriptions of the campaign itself, descriptions of the opposing forces and information on artifacts and the leaders involved.
Mesopotamia’s geographic position was important to Britain in 1914 as the Persian Gulf had to be protected as a gateway to India. Germany’s pre-war economic drive in the region was seen as a threat to British interests. The campaign in Mesopotamia was vital in supporting the British War effort and consequently important for a First World War display.
The consequences of the First World War in Palestine are still being felt 100 years later. This package provides an essential understanding of the events that shaped today’s Middle East and explains why the region was so important to Britain’s interests.
S0016. The Western Front
The Western Front is what most people think of when the First World War is mentioned. This Package provides a chronological view of the progress of the war and the most significant events in its main theatre.
The severe loss of life and terrible conditions of the trenches came to an end at 11am on the 11th of November 1918. However, peace was not made official until the signing of the treaties beginning in 1919. The Treaties package describes the terms and conditions of peace and provides an insight to how the environment was created that sowed the seeds of the Second World War.