WW1 from a global perspective to commemorate the centenary of the Great War, 1914 - 1918
How World War One killed the ancient idea of heroism
Historians, experts and a Delhi public audience debate the impact of WW1 on imperialism
How do we remember the dead and why does it matter?
The Romanovs ruled Russia for centuries until World War One brought a revolution
Eyewitness accounts from the archives of the start of war in the summer of 1914
Rare recordings of African veterans of WW1 in East Africa
How World War One affected India and its people
Resurrecting the voices of ordinary soldiers from the British Empire who fought in WW1
Emerging as a new republic after World War One, how has this influenced Turkey today?
What did the world’s first industrial war do to the minds of people who fought in it?
Six young writers explore a great grandparent's involvement in World War One
How did technological and industrial development revolutionise World War One?
Nationalism: The first of ten discussions on World War One comes from Sarajevo
The power of patriotism from WW1 to today and truths and myths of the modern nation state
The heir to the Austro-Hungarian empire was killed in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914
How WW1 affected populations beyond the European front line
Harriett Gilbert talks to Pat Barker about her classic novel Regeneration
On November 11th 1918 at 11am, the guns of World War One finally fell silent.
On Christmas Eve 1914, during World War I, British and German soldiers stopped fighting.
The story of a young British pilot who survived the world's first war in the air