More than 30,000 students across the country are set to uncover and explore the fascinating stories of New Zealand soldiers in a new initiative from the First World
War Centenary Programme (WW100), says Prime Minister and Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Jacinda Ardern.
In order to demonstrate how and why literature has come to occupy such a prominent position in the collective memory of the First World
War, Trott examines the history of publishing and reading trends, and explores the various means by which literature has shaped British understanding of the First World
War since 1918.
A FIELD in Yarm has been given protected status - to remember the sacrifices of those who gave their lives during the First World
War and to provide a green space for future generations.
Three years ago, the young team started their journey to create the exhibition in memory of the young men from the village that were killed during the First World
A tour of the First World
War costume store at Discovery Museum with Keeper of History, Kylea Little, is also available.
Ivor Crowther, head of the Heritage Lottery Fund North East, said: "The legacy of the First World
War is far-reaching and there are thousands of stories being uncovered across the North East and further afield.
THE race for the sky and the achievements of Britain's air services during the First World
War are being celebrated at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford.
ISLAMABAD -- British High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton on Monday unveiled a plaque in honour of three soldiers from Pakistan, who were awarded Victoria Crosses during the First World
History Book by Gordon McGregor, Mannfred Goldbeck: The First World
War in Namibia.
ONE OF the biggest casualties of the First World
War was the folk tradition, with many songs, tales and tunes seemingly lost.
Air Cadets attended two NUNEATON Air Cadets attended two church services in the town to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World
Annika Mombauer is one of the few historians of stature who continues to maintain that for all we know about the complex and precarious circumstances and constellations in Europe in the summer of 1914, ultimate responsibility for the outbreak of the First World
War at that juncture nevertheless lay squarely with the Austrian and German regimes.