world war 1
A couple who married against their families wishes and were then torn apart from each other by war, have been reunited after
Simon Chocquet-Bottani is a game and level designer on Ubisoft's latest title Valiant Hearts. He's a man who has gone from
The Tower of London's moat has been turned into a sea of red as part of preparations for the commemoration of 100 years since
This week marks 100 years since the outbreak of World War 1 - more than long enough to forget the men who fought and gave
Perhaps that is why writers, in whatever form or style or language, feel so compelled to continue writing about war - because, for the most part, the lessons these stories have to teach us aren't being learnt; the implications of the lies they expose aren't being absorbed.
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.
A teenage boy has snapped what he believes to be the ghostly figure of a soldier during a school visit to war graves in France
You probably already know that the British army used horses, pigeons and dogs during World War One. But did you know that
It began with a missing war memorial at a rugby club. Rosslyn Park, founded in 1879 had a clubhouse plaque to those killed in the 'Second Great War', including Prince Obolensky, England's Russian winger who crashed his RAF Hurricane in 1940. Nothing existed for the first Great War, 1914-18. Why no memorial to them?
Relatives have expressed shock and relief after receiving news of the formal identification of 10 soldiers who were killed