The following links are for the 1st and 4th Hour British Literature classes, but anyone should feel free to follow them to education (or emptiness). It may be said that no retelling can ever truly capture the horrors and mindset of warfare. But artists and authors have to try – sometimes only poetry or paint can communicate the senses and worst fears made real.
World War Pictures hosts a variety of visual media pertaining to the conflicts: http://www.world-war-pictures.com/
The British Library, again, gives us great multimedia and perspectives on our class content. The first link, on propaganda, should be used to answer prompt 13. The second link is extra reading, if you are looking for more perspective on the poems for your posters.
The US National Archives has a YouTube playlist of war films from 100 years ago:
Finally (because why not), here is a trench game from the UK’s National Archives.
Hurrah for the Scarlet and the Blue, and may we never again find ourselves in a war to end all wars.