World War One
A collection of video resources and interactive articles for secondary schools, perfect for use with students studying World War One.
I Was There: The Great War Interviews
A powerful collection of interviews and stories filmed in the 1960s, told through the eyes of World War One veterans and eyewitnesses.
Kate Adie's Women of World War One
A series of short films looking at how World War One changed society and women's lives.
World War One with Dan Snow
Historian Dan Snow introduces some of his favourite history clips from the BBC archive, perfect for studying World War One with your class.
The World's War
Historian David Olusoga explores the stories of the four million non-white, non-European troops and ancillaries who fought and died alongside European troops in World War One.
World War One: Articles
A collection of interactive articles about the events and people of World War One, as well as exploring some lesser-known stories.
Armistice Day - BBC Rewind
Armistice Day is an interactive experience featuring interviews with men and women who talk about what it was like during World War One, and exploring various aspects of life on the Home Front and in the trenches.