• Classroom Resources
  1. The role of women in WW1

    Duration: 03.45

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    Original impressions of WW1 and the role women played.

  2. The Somme from the air and land

    Duration: 03.22

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    Veteran soldiers recall their experiences of the Battle of the Somme.

  3. The story of Hedd Wyn

    Duration: 03.50

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    Story of Hedd Wyn, World War One poet who won the chair in the 1917 National Eisteddfod.

  4. The Treaty of Versailles, 1919 (subtitled)

    Duration: 01.46

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    The outcomes of the Treaty of Versailles are outlined.

  5. Walter Tull - one of the first black footballers and army officers

    Duration: 03.53

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    The inspirational story of Walter Tull, a black professional footballer and army officer.

  6. Welsh conscientious objectors

    Duration: 02.40

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    Memories of the treatment of conscientious objectors in Wales during World War One.

  7. Were soldiers properly prepared for war?

    Duration: 03.15

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    A woman remembers her brother returning home from the trenches.

  8. What was a soldier’s food like in WW1?

    Duration: 03.02

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    Dan Snow compares the food rations for a British soldier in WW1 with those for a German.

  9. What was a soldier’s kit like in WW1?

    Duration: 05.01

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    Dan Snow describes a WW1 British Infantryman’s kit and compares it to what other soldiers

  10. What was fighting in the trenches like?

    Duration: 05.46

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    Stefan Westmann, a German Infantry Division Corporal, describes the act of killing.