The impact on arts, literature, poetry and journalism
Seven sons from the Cranston family went to fight, this is the tale of the family.
The story of An Eala Bhan, “The White Swan”, a love song from the horror of the Somme.
Private David Sutherland was the inspiration for Lt Alan Mackintosh’s poem ‘In Memoriam’
George Hackney, a keen amateur photographer who smuggled a small camera to the front
Belfast's large tobacco industry and how cigarettes were essential for troops morale
Percy French - songwriter, poet and painter was born in Cloonyquin House near Tulsk
Scrapbooks show wartime seaside attractions
Advertisers use the war to sell household products
Willoughby Weaving published numerous volumes of poetry after he returned from The Front
Thomas MacGreevy was a writer and poet who served in the Royal Field Artillery during WW1
Story of the song "It's a Long Way to Tipperary".
The WW1 cartoon which would become known around the world
PA16 8JX - The story of Thomas Thomson and his collection of 300 propaganda posters.
The soldier poet of the Leicestershire Regiment who appealed for new troops
First ever Urban Myth, The Angel of Mons, was invented during WW1
Satirical paper written in the trenches by members of the Sherwood Foresters
Behind-the-scenes with Artist Lee Odishow, during the creation of new WW1 Welsh Dragon
Where poet Laurence Binyon penned the iconic ‘For The Fallen’
EH51 0AA - Bo’ness Hippodrome re-enacts a night out on the eve of The First World War.
How The Times owner became the director for propaganda
EH3 9DJ - Students at Napier University recreate a World War One charity concert.
Tarka, trauma and telling the tales of war – a soldier’s war stories
EH1 1EW - The story of the World War One novel, The Glorious Thing.
The patriotic war poet who soon became an objector to WW1
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