The Somme

Conflict Through A New Lens: Will Social Media Stop The Somme From Ever Happening Again?

Dan Jarvis | Posted 18.11.2016 | UK Politics
Dan Jarvis

In the 100 years since the savagery of the Somme, the world has changed in innumerable ways. Many of the technological advancements that caused this change have also served to make the mechanics of war more efficient and even more brutal. I hope that by bringing war's horrors home, these advancements also serve to make its possibility much more distant.

WWI - Remember the World as Well as the War

John Worne | Posted 12.04.2014 | UK
John Worne

Just like the courtesy of learning a few words of the language, for someone from the UK travelling to countries with different memories of WWI than ours, learning a little more about the scale and legacy of this truly global conflict can be invaluable in effectively navigating and building relationships of trust.

Relative Of WW1 Casualty Fights For Memorial Correction

PA | Posted 07.04.2013 | UK

A retired doctor is fighting to have her great uncle's name spelled correctly on a village memorial nearly a century after he was killed in France at ...

Sarah Dean

INTERVIEW: 'Downton Abbey' Makers Reveal How They Recreated The Somme | Sarah Dean | Posted 02.10.2011 | UK Entertainment

We’re used to seeing chandeliers, butlers and idyllic settings in Downton Abbey. The furthest we moved away from luxury in the last series was when ...

Sarah Dean

Inside The Real Downton Abbey | Sarah Dean | Posted 01.10.2011 | UK Entertainment

Walking up the long gravelled driveway to Highclere Castle, surrounded on both sides by vast countryside and rolling hills, you get a sense of how Hug...