More on WWI

How To Go To War
How To Go To War

Historian Saul David reveals how precision planning off the battlefield has shaped wars.

Birdsong
Birdsong

Epic love story set against the First World War based on Sebastian Faulks' novel.

Great War Diaries
Great War Diaries

Based on many unpublished letters and journals that tell the story of the Great War.

Walter's War
Walter's War

Based on a true story around Walter Tull and his time in World War One as a solider.

War Horse: The Real Story
War Horse: The Real Story

Telling the true tale of the million British horses that served in WWI.

Somme - From Defeat to Victory
Somme - From Defeat to Victory

Perhaps it was in the Somme that the British Army learnt to fight a new, modern war?

Bullets, Boots and Bandages: How to Really Win at War
Bullets, Boots and Bandages: How to Really Win at War

Saul David revels the true stories as to how wars have been won and lost.

I Was There - The Great War Interviews
I Was There - The Great War Interviews

Interviews telling the poignant human experience of the Great War.

Gallipoli: The First D-Day
Gallipoli: The First D-Day

Re-examining the attempted invasion at Gallipoli, Turkey, during WW1.

Unearthing WWI
Unearthing WWI

Historian David O'Keefe and Wayne Abbott unearth some of the great battles of WWI.

Kitchener's Campaign
Kitchener's Campaign

His steely stare and pointing finger urged Brits to sign up, but how effective was it?

Lest We Forget - Remembrance Day
Lest We Forget

Why is it so important to remember? If you don't know, then read on...

First World War Commanders
WWI Commanders

Paul von Hindenburg, Sir Douglas Haig and Sir John Jellicoe.

What Was The Battle Of Vimy Ridge?
What Was The Battle Of Vimy Ridge?

The skirmish which would create an entire country’s national identity.

The Battle of Jutland: Should the British Have Done Better?
Should the British Have Done Better at Jutland?

It was the biggest, deadliest naval battle of WW1.

Battleground: The Campaign for the Somme
The Campaign for the Somme

Travel back to the defining campaign of WWI that last claimed over one million lives.