Lord Kitchener

Knitting For Soldiers in the First World War

Juliet Bernard | Posted 15.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Juliet Bernard

With World War I and its horrors so much in the public mind I wanted to share the impact that this war to end all wars had on the day-to-day life of women and children in this country through the most normal of items - a knitted sock. The formidable Queen Mary led the movement to keep our troops warm during winter in the trenches, when Lord Kitchener asked her to undertake the huge task of providing 30,000 pairs of socks for our brave lads.

Put Nurse Edith Cavell On £2 Coin, Not Kitchener

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK

Field Marshall Lord Kitchener is not everybody's choice as the heroic figurehead of the First World War. Yet it will be the War Minister's face on ...

Mr Movember- A Guide to Top Lip Based Japery

James Wallace | Posted 21.01.2013 | UK Lifestyle
James Wallace

Richard Herring tried to reclaim the toothbrush moustache by dedicating an entire stand-up show to it in 2009, saying "it was Chaplin's first then Hitler ruined it'. Working by this logic, if you see this moustache on the street it is fair to assume the person sporting is either thought-provokingly funny or abhorrent.