Roelof Bakker’s new photo-book, How Many Hopes Lie Buried Here Mother is testament to the millions of deaths of World War One, and for anyone affected by war, both soldiers and civilians.
On 30 July 1916, when titanic explosions shook the US east coast, it seemed the battlefields of Europe had reached New York City.
A protester in the guise of a WW1 soldier reminded the gathering crowds and media, as Chilcott delivered his damning verdict on the invasion of Iraq, of the timeline between the first world war centenary and the invasion of Iraq.
Just as some historians claim the first world war was a "necesarry evil", Tony Blair tries to justify his illegal war in Iraq, which killed more than one million people.
When Tony Blair posed for a photo opportunity with Harry Patch, Britain's longest surviving WW1 soldier, he got more than he bargained for.
Historian Dan Snow says there are ten myths used to portray the First World War as uniquely horrific that are historically false. Lindsey German from No Glory in War thinks he is wrong.
Hundreds of soldiers wrote to families on eve of battle that saw 57,000 British casualties on first day
When The Battle of the Somme was released as a feature film in August 1916, audiences were stunned by the feeling that they had witnessed the battle for themselves.