The brains behind the breakthroughs
Thousands survived WW1 battlefields thanks to the son of a bone setter from Anglesey.
Dispute over who designed the Tommies’ tin hat
How Captain Frank Barnwell’s innovation contributed to air warfare
Hugh Trenchard was the zealous commander dubbed ‘the Patron Saint of Air Power’
Flying, flints and the flowers – the story of the WW1 pilot Oscar Greig
The small box respirator gas mask, is credited with saving thousands of lives.
The ‘Tin Noses Shop’ at London’s Third General Hospital was run by sculptor Francis Wood
Craiglockhart War Hospital was at the heart of pioneering PTSD treatments.
John Scott Haldane, the Oxford scientist behind the invention of the gas mask
Development of methods to track enemy positions
The birthplace of war airships that were a force to be reckoned with
Surgeon Leonard Joyce discovers bacteria to aid healing of battlefield wounds