1. The effects of shellshock on WW1 soldiers and doctors

    Duration: 03.45

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    A dramatisation of a WW1 doctor describing the effects of shellshock.

  2. The Empire troops of the Great War

    Duration: 02.11

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    An Indian and Australian First World War veteran describe their reasons for volunteering.

  3. The end of the Great War in 1918

    Duration: 03.54

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    First World War veterans remember how they felt at the end of the war.

  4. The end of WW1

    Duration: 06.14

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    How the end of the war in 1918 brought celebrations and remembrance.

  5. The first tanks

    Duration: 04.19

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    The introduction of tanks in the First World War.

  6. The four main causes of World War I (subtitled)

    Duration: 03.27

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    Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism were causes of World War I.

  7. The Home Front and rationing

    Duration: 07.21

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    How the sinking of merchant shipping led to rationing in Britain.

  8. The impact of J R R Tolkien’s experiences in the Somme in 1916

    Duration: 09.59

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    How signals officer Tolkien echoed the scenes he witnessed in Thiepval in his writing.

  9. The impact of the First World War on medicine

    Duration: 02.55

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    The impact of the First World War on medicine, focusing on the negative impact of war.

  10. The impact of war on medical care in the 1900s

    Duration: 03.10

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    A range of medical developments were brought about as a result of war.

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