Memorials and the commemoration of wartime lives
A map of Tynemouth shows nearly 2,000 men who were killed in the area during WW1
DD1 3BY - Dundee has a unique World War One artefact - a time capsule.
Llanelli Town Hall - Blue Plaque for Carmarthenshire hero Ivor Rees VC
Secret bomb-proof shelters were used to protect the cathedral’s ornate windows
The donation to Bristol from the wealthy Wills family
A heart-breaking song by Daisy Chapman based on letters from the front
From schooldays in Somerset to survival at the Somme – the story of Terence McManus
As news of each death filtered back, John Bain was moved to write a poem in tribute
Eight huge chalk badges first cut by soldiers now the serve as a lasting memory
The Lowestoft holiday home for soldiers opened in memory of Lord Kitchener
How the sacrifice of former pupils and teachers at Marling School is remembered
Why was the town of St Osyth in dispute over WW1 memorials?
‘One of the finest feats of arms in the history of the British Army’
Pope family's ten sons, three daughters committed to the war effort
From the Royal Square to the battlefields of Flanders - the story of the Jersey Company
A small states housing development which honours a Jersey war hero
One school, five school houses - all named after VC heroes, two from WW1
Remembering over 400 pupils that never returned home
The highly respected Colonel Messel who trained locals for war
The largest proportion of inhabitants in England joined the army to serve during WW1
Two friends at war. One lived, one died. A pact led to a legacy that lasts till today
An area in Enniskillen known as 'The Dardanelles'. Many of its men died at Gallipoli.
In 1924 ex-servicemen made a memorial from snow at Newtownards Bowling Green.
How Ben Cobey, born out of wedlock, was denied recognition for an act of bravery
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