WW1 Artillery related websites
WW1 Artillery related books
Recommended internet resources concerning WW1 artillery
|Canons pgm / ww1 Guns : I am the webmaster of this blog whose mission is to collect the surviving WW1 guns that can still be seen nowadays everywhere on the planet, though pictures taken by me or sent by contributors. These pictures are afterwards posted and additionally documented inside the database hosted in passioncompassion1418.com (Surviving guns)
|Pages 14-18 : One of the best (or THE best ?) french laguage forum dedicated to WW1. An information mine... includes a specific Artillery section frequented by some experts !
|Landships : A website and a forum impressively documented on the WW1 artillery (and other ordnance). Initially designed for modellers, now has become a world reference !
|Base Documentaire Artillerie : A promising website created by French Artillery professionals
|Association des Amis du Musee de l'Artillerie de Draguignan : Discover this remarkable museum
|Lovett Artillery : website of a famous American collector and re-enactor of old WW1 guns. Do not miss this visit !
|Le Canon de 75 : Probably the most complete site dedicated to the famous French '75'.
|Histoire Technique de l'Artilerie Française The very impressive website of Dr Balliet, concerning the French artillery technique from the XIV th to the XIXth century
|ArtiglieriA Website dedicated to the WW1 Italian artillery
|L'Artillerie lourde Allemande a Liege An excellent French language pubication on the German heavy artillery in action against the forts of Liège in 1914.
|La Guerre des Gaz : Probably the most complet website on the use of poison gazes in WW1.
|Artilleur 14-18 : A nice family history research with the story of an artillery man ancestor
|Gentlemans Military Interest Club : An English language forum dedicated to militaria and rich in artillery themes.
|Wikipedia : Sometimes messy and difficult to find his way, but with some efforts (sometimes using several languages) you will find many high quality pubications on WW1 artillery.
|Wikipedia : Very rich an nicely documented qebsite on the WW1 Bulgarian Artillery material. But if you browse through it, you will find very interesting and rare info on other countries WW1 artillery as well.
Recommended books and publications concerning WW1 artillery