British women at war, 1914-1918 (subtitled)

The part played by British women on the home front during World War I is reviewed.

Confusion of command in WW1

Dan Snow demonstrates the difficulty of good communications using only WW1 resources.

Different experiences of WW1

The fortunes of different groups of people in post-WW1 Britain are compared.

How Britain’s use of military dogs has changed since the start of WW1

Dan Snow reports on how Britain’s use of military dogs has changed since the start of WW1.

How did Britain move beyond trench warfare in WW1?

Historian Dan Snow explains how the British moved warfare beyond the trenches in WW1.

How did Britain move beyond trench warfare in WW1?

Historian Dan Snow explains how the British moved warfare beyond the trenches in WW1.

Myths of WW1

Dan Snow sets out to destroy some of the common myths about WW1.

The class system in 1914 Britain

The class system in Britain in 1914 highlights an unequal distribution of wealth.

The introduction of tanks into WW1 warfare

Historian Dan Snow traces the development of tanks and their use in WW1.

What was a soldier’s food like in WW1?

Dan Snow compares the food rations for a British soldier in WW1 with those for a German.