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This is an excerpt from an account of a journey through Germany made by Hunter-Weston in December 1918, little over a mo...
A 16-mile wide area of front around the River Somme, at the extreme right of the British held front line, was selected f...
Compared with the advances made by the Allied attack upon the German front line in July 1916, this update on the progres...
A vast and comprehensive military mapping programme covered the Western Front, combining detail with caution. This larg...
This photograph shows a British tank Mark I in operation in Flanders in 1917. Tanks were one of the major military innov...
Britain’s army at the beginning of the First World War was relatively small and professional. There was no conscription ...
This image, with its portraits of prominent politicians and military figures, appears in many publications produced duri...
In 1882, Fredrik Bajer (1837-1922) founded Foreningen til Danmarks Nevtralisering, the Association of Danish Neutrality,...
Pamphlet, Letter, Drawing
Who wrote this letter? Sir Isidore Spielmann was an engineer who changed careers, managing art exhibitions for the Board...
After the outbreak World War One, British philosopher, journalist and political campaigner Bertrand Russell (1872–1970) ...
This letter is written on headed paper from La Voce, The Voice, an influential pro-war literary journal that wanted an o...
Manuscript, Letter, Ephemera
These are some of the letters that E M Forster sent to his friend and fellow writer Lytton Strachey, one of the core mem...
Overprinted in colour in the field, this map shows the Allied front line at the Ypres Salient on 2 December 1917. Althou...
Felix Vallotton was a painter, sculptor and engraver born in Switzerland in 1865. He was one of the artists sent to depi...
Nothing of Importance is a record of the personal experience of Bernard Adams during eight months on the Western Front....