The state of Europe at the end of the First World War and the Paris Peace negotiations.
An eyewitness recall his experiences of the first bombing raid on England.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife at Sarajevo in June 1914.
The different attitudes towards WW1 deserters diagnosed with shell shock.
Tens of thousands of British people volunteered to join the armed forces in 1914.
The part played by British women on the home front during World War I is reviewed.
Dan Snow demonstrates the difficulty of good communications using only WW1 resources.
The fortunes of different groups of people in post-WW1 Britain are compared.
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