The former BBC Chief News Correspondent discusses how the societal role of women changed during WW1.
See our Editor's choice from the centenary commemorations of World War One.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid talks us through the work involved in putting together these digital composites which match up scenes from World War One with today's world.
From the frontline to the home front, posters and propaganda were key for all sides in the battle for morale.
The complex politics of 19th century Europe saw states and empires jostling for power and influence. This is a look at events that would lead Europe and beyond into war.
The emerging Red Cross, liberty bonds the patriotic drive and more. Take a look at life on the US home front.
With Germany blockaded by the Allies, hardship and shortages took their toll on the home front.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid travelled to Belgium, France and around the UK to create these stunning image comparisons with pictures taken during World War One.
From The Somme and Ypres to Gallipoli, the great battles of WWI changed the nature of war dramatically and their names still resonate a century later.
Trench warfare has become the defining symbol of World War I and while the armies were locked in stalemate, soldiers endured the harshest of conditions.
Armies had never before mobilized in such numbers; a look at the drive and call up to the front.
WW1 affected civilians at home in unprecedented ways. Take a look at the war effort at home in Great Britain.
A unique insight into the conflict in stunning colour.
We take a look in the archive at events 100 years ago when Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on 28th June 2014.