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6/10 Heather Jones on Henri Barbusse's Le Feu, the first explicit account of WWI conditions.
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5/10 Michal Shapira explores Sigmund Freud's Thoughts for the Times on War and Death.
4/10 Prof David Edgerton discusses the 1916 Memorandum on the Neglect of Science.
3/10 Cartoonist Martin Rowson on Otto Dix's Der Krieg, a cycle of prints of wartime experience.
2/10 Author Sara LeFanu reflects on Rose Macaulay's 1916 novel Non-Combatants and Others.
1/10 BBC correspondent Allan Little reflects on CRW Nevinson's 1917 painting Paths of Glory.
5/5 Travel editor Simon Calder recalls the small-scale delights of Holguin in Cuba. (R)
4/5 Michela Wrong on the Italianate buildings and futurist constructions in Asmara, Eritrea. (R)
3/5 Vanora Bennett on Makhachkala in Russia, which she describes as 'beyond the mountains'. (R)
2/5 Romesh Gunesekera on Kunming, considered to be unlike any other modern Chinese city. (R)
1/5 Nicholas Shakespeare on Hobart's convict and whaling past, and the story of a monkey. (R)
5/5 Gabriele Ferrario unlocks a world of alchemy and magic in the heart of medieval Cairo. (R)
4/5 Daniel Davies describes the private papers of three very different medieval Egyptians. (R)
3/5 Melonie Schmierer-Lee discovers the varying fortunes of women in medieval Cairo. (R)
2/5 Ben Outhwaite reveals an intercultural trade network across the medieval Mediterrean. (R)
1/5 Esther-Miriam Wagner on discovering the Genizah, medieval manuscripts in a Cairo synagogue (R)
5/5 Picture editor John Morris considers his friend - photojournalist Robert Capa. (R)
4/5 Colonel Tim Collins examines photojournalist Robert Capa's picture The Last One to Die. (R)
3/5 Historian Hilary Roberts considers the work of photojournalist Robert Capa. (R)
2/5 John D McHugh reflects on the role of empathy and friendship in Robert Capa's work. (R)
1/5 War correspondent Janine di Giovanni reflects on the life of photographer Robert Capa. (R)