THEY fought and died in the hell of the trenches.
World War I
BY 1918, there were more than three million women working in factories supporting the war effort.
MUSICIANS across the globe are planning to join together in concert to mark 100 years since the First World War armistice.
THIS year marks two hugely important centenaries.
A SPECTACULAR themed garden opening in Glasgow this week will celebrate the nurses who provide aid to our troops in battle zones around the world.
Scots soldier to be given lasting memorial as 100-year mystery of WW1 hero’s final resting place solved
A SCOTS soldier who has lain in an unmarked grave for 100 years will finally be given a named headstone this week.
A commemoration ceremony has been held to remember about 700 First World War soldiers who lost their lives in the sinking of two US ships off the coast of a small Scottish island.
Revealed at last: The forgotten life of artist, camouflage inventor and very hidden hero Joseph Gray
HE spent the First World War using his artistic skills to reveal enemy positions. He spent the Second World War using his genius for light and shade to hide the machinery of war from the enemy.
‘It’s a story of universal suffering, seen through the eyes of an innocent’: Moving story of conflict and love War Horse comes to Edinburgh
PUBLISHED in 1982, War Horse has become one of the best-loved stories about the First World War.
SO much for April Fool’s Day.