Welsh societies mark the centenary of the death of poet Hedd Wyn.
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Fri 3 Mar 2017 12:30
Previously unseen pictures of German submarines stranded on the UK coast are released.
Baśka caused a sensation when she marched through Edinburgh alongside Polish soldiers.
Events in Ypres, Belgium, will be held in July to mark the centenary of Passchendaele.
Arfon had remained untouched on the bed of the English Channel for almost 100 years.
A towering sculpture of a World War One soldier made from rusted scrap metal.
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Tanks were one of the most dangerous places to be in World War One.
Twenty top-flight writers were recruited to work for the MI7b propaganda unit.
The team behind Home Front on creating a long-running historical radio drama.
BBC Leeds WW1 Bradford schools project and the radio drama "Coming Home Together".
Wales For Peace project produces database of about 900 Welsh conscientious objectors.
Marking 100 years since the Battle of the Somme
Timeline of a five month long brutal battle of attrition on a 15-mile front.
Artists documented the war with charcoal and canvas.
Gareth Thomas visits Mametz Wood to unearth his great uncles' involvement in the Somme.
Historian Peter Barton explores the events of the Battle of the Somme.
London buses commandeered for the war effort were used to transport troops to France.
How artists like Christopher Williams and Augustus John portrayed WWI
Jenny Leatherby's great-grandfather, Alfred Deadman, died in the battle when he was 28.
Discover how the Battle of the Somme unfolded for people in your area.
Images of one of the bloodiest battles of World War One.
Looking back at 1916, a year that changed Ireland.
Revisiting the history of the battle and its impact on the Great War.
What happened on the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army?
Stories that show how WW1 affected the people and places of the UK and Ireland.
The untold story of the many black Welsh soldiers and sailors died fighting in WWI.
What was once a battle-scarred wasteland is now a neatly maintained, peaceful cemetery.
Derek Brockway tours Ypres, visiting places with a connection to Welsh soldiers.
The story of the Welsh Army Corps in World War One.
The failures of the British fleet at Jutland.
Was there a victor in the only major sea battle of World War One?
Love letters written in the trenches discovered in Belfast.
The real-life love story of an English soldier and the Irishwoman he met during the war.
Programmes from the BBC archive covering World War 1.
Curators say some of the works have been brought together for the first time since 1919.
Tough decisions to save or sacrifice lives.
Bringing together the sound archive collections of the Imperial War Museums and the BBC.
The Battle of Verdun lasted 300 days and killed an estimated 800,000.
All the resources you need if you're teaching or learning about the Great War.
Solving the mystery of Rudyard Kipling’s son.
The graffiti was drawn by conscientious objectors held in Richmond Castle.
The wreck of a World War One German U-boat is found off the coast of Norfolk.
Ridley was the only actor in the television series to serve in World War One and Two.
An estimated 83,000 Sikhs lost their lives in World War One.
A new memorial for sailors killed when their ship was torpedoed by a German U-boat.
The story of probably the first soldier to be accidentally killed by one of his own men.
A video and audio-rich collection of stories that depicts life on the home front.
Discover places across the UK and Ireland with a story to tell about WW1.
Was it really a symbolic moment of peace in an otherwise devastatingly violent war?
How to find out what your family did in World War One.
The most dangerous position in the war?
615 were awarded for the conflict, a quarter posthumously.
The minenwerfer gun was a spoil of war after the conflict ended in 1918.
Letters written by two future kings to go on public display for the first time in May.
Bombs fell on Suffolk during an attack by airships on the night of 31 March-1 April 1916.
World War One's influence on Tolkien's classic story.
A fresh perspective on life and death in the trenches during World War One.
Painting depicting World War One battle on display at The National Museum Wales.
The censorship of mail to keep bad news from those at home.
Could World War One have been avoided?
Messages written by servicemen travelling to fight are published for the first time.
How football played its part in World War One.
A battle that raged in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
The African passenger ferry with a gunboat past.
How did the war at sea cause starvation in Lebanon?
How great artists and thinkers responded to World War I in individual works of art.
Drama serial tracking the fortunes of a group of characters on the home front.
Local stories of the war's impact on lives away from the battlefield.
An interactive drama about the women of WW1 who formed their own football teams.
The backbone to vast logistical operations of armies on both sides.
Exhibition opens at Dublin's National Library.