Die show muss weitergehen!
The Ian Lowes Collection
Many thousands of Germans got through internment by performing farces, dressing up as women and clapping along to the can-can.
An 1870 news report said wild horses were “hated and shot by all”. What has changed since?
Brumbies have a devoted following among high country locals, despite the fact that they were despised by colonial settler farmers. Their mythical status today owes a lot to cultural figures such as Banjo Paterson.
The NFL is attempting to shut down protests like this one by members of the Cleveland Browns.
AP Photo/David Richard
Where to draw the line between loyalty to the nation and the struggle for equal rights? A scholar sees parallels between NFL protests and a call for African-Americans to 'close ranks' during WWI.
A George V sovereign.
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The British government is trying to unblock £400m donated in 1927 by an anonymous donor who wanted it to help pay off the national war debt.
The lovers' diaries show how David Pinsent supported Ludwig Wittgenstein through his depression.
With Rilla of Ingleside, the eighth in the Anne of Green Gables series, L.M. Montgomery shaped Canadian memories of the First World War. She wrote of Anne’s children as being influenced by the war effort which included victory bonds posters like this one.
University of Guelph
Lucy Maud Montgomery has shaped Canadian memories not only with 'Anne of Green Gables,' but also with the eighth of her series, 'Rilla of Ingleside,' which provides glimpses of the First World War.
The wreck of the British merchant ship SS Apapa, sunk by a German U-boat off Wales in 1917.
Wrecks like the recently discovered USS Juneau reveal much about combat on the oceans.
R.C. Sherriff's classic play focused on the officer class, but the recent film adaptation has given working-class soldiers a voice.
The Great War uses scale models to depict catastrophe through a keyhole.
The Great War uses scale models to give a worm's eye view of titanic violence. In Kings of War, by contrast, lethal events are viewed from the unsteady perspective of leaders.
William Farren and David Pinsent: two of Farnborough’s flying mathematicians.
Pinsent family archive.
The audio version of a long read on the daring mathematicians who took to the skies to help make early air travel safer.
More women than men were left standing after the war and pandemic.
Library of Congress
With many men 'missing' from the population in the aftermath of the 1918 flu, women stepped into public roles that hadn't previously been open to them.
A clock designed to work for 10 millennia is being built – but what is the point of it?
North Korean cheerleaders support the South Korean men’s ice hockey team in PyeongChang.
Larry W. Smith/EPA
Sometimes diplomacy won the day, sometimes it didn't.
British soldiers on the frontline.
As tens of thousands of injured soldiers filled the UK's overwhelmed hospitals, the scale of World War I became all too apparent.
Influenza victims crowd into an emergency hospital near Fort Riley, Kansas in 1918.
AP Photo/National Museum of Health
Don't believe these 10 common myths about the 1918 Spanish flu.
Thomas Woodrow Wilson (1856-1934)
America finds itself in uncharted territory under Donald Trump – not least when it comes to climate change and Israel policy.
A messenger dog at Etaples, 28 August 1918.
Imperial War Museum
Either medals or destruction appears to await canine companions from the battlefield.
A simple signature can lead to an incredible story.
Getting Lenin ready for his revolution’s birthday.
Four empires fell, a world was shaken, a new order arose – and the long 20th century really began.
Images from Plastic Surgery of the Face by Sir Harold Gillies, 1920.
Scars shouldn't be a shorthand for evil.