Mabel Lethbridge, a munitions factory worker from London, recalls her perilous job.
John W Palmer, a Signaller with the Royal Field Artillery, recalls his broken spirit.
Frank Brent, an NCO with the Australian Imperial Force, fought at Gallipoli.
Katie Morter, a civilian in Manchester, recalls a letter that broke her heart.
Henry Williamson, a Private with the London Rifles, recalls the Christmas Truce of 1914.
Cecil Arthur Lewis, a fighter pilot with the Royal Flying Corps, recalls WW1 dogfights.
Stefan Westmann, a German Infantry Division Corporal, describes the act of killing.
Charles Carrington of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment recalls his wartime experiences.
Edward Glendinning, a Private in the Sherwood Foresters, enlisted at the age of 17.
Tank commander Horace Leslie Birks recalls what it was like in the first tanks.