Also, this is not a comprehensive list, and certainly I discovered that much information about cemeteries and memorials was overlapping.
This is the last of the "'25 WEEKS TO ARMISTICE 100" blog. If you enjoyed it or have questions or comments or suggestions for improvements, I would appreciate them in the short surveys or in a "Comment" below. Again, this was not to be an extensive and scholarly blog, but a weekly reminder for us of the men and women who sacrificed themselves by heeding the call of patriotism. World War I is hotly debated, or ignored, due to the politics surrounding the settlement of the war. All agree that the milieu left in Europe after the war was the breeding ground for Nazism and fanaticism. We hope and pray that war go away quietly, and the end of World War I was the most exceptional example of that kind of thinking.
Thank you for reading!
French Memorials: https://www.ww1cemeteries.com/france-ww1-a.html
American Memorials: http://www.abmc.gov/cemeteries-memorials#.W992XKeZNZ0
Italian Memorials: From Italian Monuments to the Fallen of World War I to ... - RIHA Journalhttps://www.riha-journal.org/...war-graves/.../RIHA_Journal_0165_Pisani.odt.pdf
Canadian Memorials: http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canada
Australian Memorials: https://guides.slv.vic.gov.au/wwone_soldiers/cemeteries
Scot Memorials: https://www.snwm.org
Belgian Memorials: https://www.ww1cemeteries.com/belgium.html
Austrian Memorials: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_War_Graves_Commission
Turkish Memorials: https://anzacportal.dva.gov.au/history/conflicts/gallipoli-and-anzacs/locations/explore-turkish-memorials (by Australia)
Japanese Memorials: (Have a suggestion)?
Russian Memorials: https://encyclopedia.1914-1918-online.net/article/commemoration_cult_of_the_fallen_russian_empire
Greek Memorials: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeitenlik