History Heroes World War 1 Heroes: an award winning game to educate & entertain:
40 of the most significant World War 1 characters on beautifully illustrated cards
Win the cards by guessing the heroes from the facts read out from the cards
Choose your level of fact from green to red: easiest to hard
A great game for all ages and stages to play together
Discover how much you know and learn what you don’t
History Heroes’ World War 1: a History Heroes card game: Our World War I pack contains individual cards of History Heroes’ forty greatest World War I Heroes. Each card is fantastically illustrated to represent the specific World War I Hero and shows their dates, their flag of birthplace and seven memorable and often moving facts about them.
Our World War 1 Heroes start with the great unsung heroes: all the animals who served in World War 1 – they all share one card, otherwise there wouldn’t be room for anyone else in the game! World War I History Heroes covers military figures like ‘Black Jack’ Pershing, Marshal Joffre and Field-Marshal Haig. King George and his cousins, Kaiser Wilhelm II and Tsar Nicholas II feature along with political leaders like Lloyd George and Woodrow Wilson. All of our Heroes shaped and influenced World War 1 from Edith Cavell to Winston Churchill, from Flora Sandes to Siegfried Sasson and from Walter Tull to the Tunnelling Companies. You’ll find these and many more in World War 1 History Heroes
There are many different ways of playing History Heroes’ World War 1 Heroes and you can make up your own rules as long as everyone playing agrees to them! The aim is simple: you win the game by winning the cards and you win the cards by guessing/knowing the facts. You can use the images as clues and you can use the different levels of facts to make it as easy or as hard as you want to play the game. You can also play the game at different levels within the game so that all ages and stages can play together. The green facts are the easiest working down to the red facts, the most difficult. You can, of course, use the joker fact at the bottom, too, to overrule them all!