Places in Wales that tell a story of World War One
In 1914, our relationship with animals was different to what it is today.
Being an Objector wasn’t an easy option. It meant imprisonment and hard labour.
During 1914 Momouth Boys School began to feel the effects of Word War One.
By 1914, Barry Docks, had surpassed Cardiff and had become the largest coal exporter.
A collection of wartime childhood memories from people who lived in Barry and the Vale.
True WW1 story of the Bosley brothers of the Monmouthshire Regiment inspires ballad.
Llanelli Town Hall - Blue Plaque for Carmarthenshire hero Ivor Rees VC
Annie Brewer - Wales' Florence Nightingale
Welsh chapels apologise for backing WW1 recruitment
Behind-the-scenes with Artist Lee Odishow, during the creation of new WW1 Welsh Dragon
Military training turns into miners’ strike on Rhyl promenade.
Womens LAAS Training Camp, Glanusk Farm, Crickhowell, Breconshire
Christ College Brecon: David Cuthbert Thomas - the hero who inspired Sasoon and Graves
Fitzalan High School Cardiff: History Pupils Build WW1 Trench
Kinmel Park, Denbighshire: some of the most serious rioting in British military history
The tragic H5 Submarine - an untouched 'time capsule' from the first world war
Pembroke Dock: WW1 and Jamie Owen's Grandfather
Cwrt-yr-ala House, Michaelston: Memories of a Garden Boy Aneurin Cadwlader Williams
First ever Urban Myth, The Angel of Mons, was invented during WW1
A first hand account of the truce between the British and the Germans Christmas 1914.
Dr Thomas Jones, a modest man became one of the most powerful men in Europe during WW1
Thousands survived WW1 battlefields thanks to the son of a bone setter from Anglesey.
Dyffryn Aled hall, became a POW camp that many German officers tried to escape.
J M Staniforth was the most important Welsh cartoonist of the War.
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