About the ww1monument blog

WW1monument is a blog intended to help promote a photo documentary project on Canadian World War 1 monuments and memorial sites. It will also provide information on events commemorating the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1 that takes place in 2014.

Although the blog is primarily of Canadian content, submissions about WW1 events from other countries are welcome.

The blog was created with the assistance of the”Building Social Media Relationships” course at McMaster University Canada. It is also a project for this course and, is hoped, will continue for many years to come.

You can Submit the following in your comments for consideration as possible content in a post. Please be sure you have the rights or permission to your suggested content. 

  • Photos of WW1 sites and battlefields
  • Stories of relatives who were veterans of WW1
  • True historical facts
  • Information on WW1 Anniversary projects in the making
  • Information on WW1 Anniversary events

What not to Submit

Please do not submit advertising from war surplus stores or retailers of such items.

Contact Info: biko_46@hotmail.com

Vimy Flags

One Response to About the ww1monument blog

  1. Dear Richard,

    many thanks for your message! I had a look at your blog, and I’ll be for sure among your first followers! To be honest, I don’t understand why you intend to wait for a launch on December 1. For my blog, the launch was about 20 minutes after the creation 🙂 It’s true that a blog with 1 post sounds rather poor at the beginning, but if you update it on a regular basis, you’ve got the key of the success. Good luck with your projects and let me know if I can help you in any way!

    Kind regards

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