Project partners

A partnership of European cultural heritage associations that have joined forces to bring together the digitised content of Europe's galleries, libraries, museums, archives and audiovisual archives. Currently Europeana gives integrated access to 15 million books, films, paintings, museum objects and archival documents from some 1500 content providers. The content is drawn from every European member state and the interface is in 27 European languages. Europeana receives its main funding from the European Commission.

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             German                                       National Library                            Museum               National Library of              
      National Library                                     of Slovenia                               of Jutland                    Luxembourg


          National Library                 Provinzialbibliothek Amberg                                    University 
               of Ireland                               Staatliche Bibliothek                                           of Oxford 


                     Ministry of Culture Denmark                                 Military Museum                   Celje Public Library                                                                                                                   of the Slovenian Armed Forces


   In Flanders Fields           Fondazione Museo storico del Trentino                Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum


In 2011 in Germany, Europeana 1914-1918 cooperated with local partners 

Support has been offered by our local partners, in particular in relation to the roadshows


The project is funded by the Europeana Foundation and by Europeana Awareness.


The project extension in Germany - Europeana 1914-1918 - Erster Weltkrieg in Alltagsdokumenten - would like to express gratitude to everyone who allowed their images to be used on our website and in our publications:

                        The images of artefacts relating to Bernard Darley and Otto Arndt (the film story) are from The Great War Archive, University of Oxford; © Merilyn Jones

                        Other images are from: Stephen Bull, miliary historian and author available under a CC licence; Frank Drauschke Facts & FilesHistorical Research Institute, Berlin; Drake Goodmanavailable under a CC licence; from Geert Schneideravailable under a CC licence; Wikimedia Commons; as well as from The Great War Archiveand the First World War Poetry Digital Archive, © University of Oxford.

Acknowledgements to the project's funders, local partners, and all other supporters will be added here soon.

Contact the project coordinator

Ad Pollé