Places in the UK and Ireland that tell a story of World War One
Scrapbooks show wartime seaside attractions
Two steamships, the SS Formby and the SS Coningbeg are torpedoed off the Irish coast
The beloved home of Lady Edith Londonderry, charismatic founder of the Women's Legion
Advertisers use the war to sell household products
Tipperary Military Barracks was designated a Military Hospital and Command Depot in 1916
Soldiers open an Institute to remember the dead after the war
A Quaker family square their pacifist principles to make money from war
Willoughby Weaving published numerous volumes of poetry after he returned from The Front
Women linen industry workers go to work in Mackie's making munitions for the Front.
The Volunteer Training Corps see action in Dublin
Fishing industry in Ardglass during the First World War
Charles Glynn spearheaded a major recruitment drive in County Clare.
A companion piece to Dr. Clara Cullen's story on Sphagnum Moss, The Life-Saving Plant
Over 30 of the shop's employees enlisted in the Great War.
How a Co. Dublin farm became a country retreat for wounded soldiers.
Thomas MacGreevy was a writer and poet who served in the Royal Field Artillery during WW1
A coal mine in Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny gave up more than just coal for the war effort.
A long black granite wall features the names of Waterford people who fell in World War 1
Two Carlow families singled out by Buckingham Palace for recognition of their loyalty.
Pupils from Wilson's Hospital School who enlisted during the Great War are remembered
People of Sligo raise funds for an ambulance for the Western Front.
In the United Services Club in Limavady hangs a flag made from soldiers' shirts.
The work of building of a memorial park in Ballymena was begun during the war.
Disguised ships with concealed weapons hunt U-Boats off the British and Irish coasts.
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