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An artist from Somerset has created an installation featuring over 72,000 handmade shrouded figurines to commemorate British Commonwealth soldiers who died in the Battle of the Somme but that have no known grave.
October 25 marked the 99th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Well, actually, that's not strictly true. The shift from
Someone once said that all art is political. I'm not sure that is completely true because while many artists do cross into the political arena, there are plenty of others too wrapped up in themselves to care about anything else apart from their own personal universe.
Thank you. It's a universal phrase, used for countless reasons from passing the salt, to providing support in a time of crisis. And it means different things to different people. But as a nurse let me tell you, one small thank you can go a long way.
What is beautiful about A Century of Style is that it is not only for fashionistas, or photography enthusiasts, it also will appeal to anyone who has an inkling of an interest in culture - whatever age they are - seeing as this exhibition does end up in the 1920's.
I joined soon after and have never looked back. Having moved to Bristol through work (at the time, I managed a shop and the only people I knew were the people working for me), I was desperate to meet new friends and people in my community. I wanted to try new things and do something of an evening that resulted in more than just sitting in front of the soaps.
Lives of the First World, the permanent digital memorial, is part of the story of Imperial War Museums. It is how we are
We should reflect on the causes and how to prevent a repeat of the massive, inhumane loss of life that the 'Great War' brought about. We should be doing that regardless of whether the number of years can make the graphics look pretty. But there are so many other conflicts that need documentaries made about them.
Britain's First World War victory should not be celebrated with "dancing in the street", the Conservative minister in charge
David Cameron has promised a "truly national commemoration" to mark the centenary of the First World War. The Prime Minister