3/3 Francine Stock explores how artists and the publishing world responded to the war.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the 18th-century philosopher George Berkeley.
In early 1947, Chinese nationalist forces killed thousands of Taiwanese islanders.
2/3 Francine Stock on popular culture in Britain, France, Germany and Russia as war begins.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Trinity, a central doctrine of Christianity.
3/3 The lasting legacy of the March and how its roots still reach to the highest levels.
A former left-wing Sandinista soldier talks about the war against US-backed Contras.
1/3 In 1914, intellectuals and authors were soon seen as crucial to the war effort.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Roman gladiator and rebel leader Spartacus.
2/3 Ed Stourton finds out if the Battle of Luding Bridge lives up to its mythical status.
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