17 New Infographics Added to The Great War 100 App

It has been a while since an update to The Great War 100 app has been issued, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy working on numerous fab infograpics on The First World War. During the past weeks graphics on bravery awards such as the Pour le Merit, the Medal of Honor,  the Iron Cross and a special Victoria Cross graphic have been completed. As have complex graphics on the life of theBritish and the German soldiers in the trenches. Many of these graphics are too large for the app, having been designed and sized specifically to appear in the forthcoming Great War 100 infographic book (due out in Spring 1914 from The History Press).

That said, today I have updated the app with seventeen brand new graphics in three seperate categories. Pistols (found within ‘weapons’) The Iron Cross (within ‘Medals’) and a few more graphics within ‘The War in the Air’category have all been added today.

I do hope you like them and find them useful and interesting as I continue to attempt to tell the story of WW1 using infographics!

As always, this update is completely free to all of you who have already purchased the app. Just fire it up on your iPad/iPhone/Android device and the new images will magically appear within the three sections of the app.

If you are new to our app, then you can purchase it for just £1.49 whether you are an iOS or an Android user. Simply search for ‘The Great War 100′ in either the Apple App Store, or Google’s Marketplace. There are hundreds more infographics on the app already covering topics such as battles, medals, weapons, remembrance, the war in the air, the war at sea and many more, and there will be more to come over the next month or so.

Alternatively for more information on the app, view this page

Below is an example from the new set of graphics that have been uploaded. (click image to see larger version).

Iron Cross Grades

Iron Cross Grades

by scottaddington

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