Peace on parade.
Combat could be on the cards for the first time in over 70 years.
We know all about World War I's terrible conditions, tactics, tear gas. But what about the teeth?
A road sign in the Granite Belt, in Queensland.
Forty six thousand Australians died on the Western Front. After WWI, diggers were resettled in Queensland's Granite Belt, where suburbs were named after battle sites. Our photo essay explores these poignant places today.
Not all protestors were as peaceful as Gandhi.
The road to independence was not a simple tale of civil disobedience.
English and Scottish football players are set to defy a FIFA ban by marking Armistice Day on the pitch.
Paul Nash, Battle of Germany, 1944. Imperial War Museum, London © Tate
The job of a war artist probably seems, to many, a curious calling. Here's why Paul Nash and I were both drawn to the front line.
From serial killers to attacks on prostitutes and soldiers, not everyone back in Britain during the war was heroic.
These days neither the public nor governments consider passports as a serious obstacle to freedom of movement.
In the 20th century, governments considered the “total abolition” of passports as an important goal and discussed the issue in several international conferences.
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Many of HG Wells's futuristic prophecies have come true, but the one on which his heart was most set – the establishment of a world state – remains unfulfilled.
A tool in place of your arm or a stereo for your leg? How our attitudes towards human enhancement have changed.
French and British school children during a Somme memorial in Thiepval.
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Commemorations for young people sanctify the Great War, but it's a conflict that needs to be questioned.
A hundred years later, the magnitude of the Battle of Somme can still be felt.
A hundred years ago today, the Battle of the Somme began. This conflict, in which a million men died in order to move the front lines about six miles, spelled the end of courage as a cornerstone of masculine identity.
Vickers machine gun crew with gas masks.
John Warwick Brooke/Imperial War Museum
There was no need to censor Allied war reporters – they were required by law to follow the official line.
Amid the chaos of a dressing station, a dazed soldier sits with a thousand-yard stare.
100 years after the Battle of the Somme, we are only now starting to unravel the mystery causes of shell shock.
After the Somme the British army was supplied with vastly more firepower than before. This would decide the course of this war.
British battlecruiser HMS Indefatigable sunk during the Battle of Jutland.
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Both sides claimed victory after the German and British fleets met off the coast of Denmark, 100 years ago.
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Calculus helped determined the outcome of World War I's biggest naval battle, 100 years ago.
Eurovision wants to protect its 'non-political nature'. But can it?
Dublin, April 24, 2016.
For 100 years, the Easter Rising has occupied center stage in the memory making of republican Ireland. But the role of Irish soldiers in World War I had been all but forgotten -- until now.
Dublin, April 24 1916.
Irish participation in World War I has been surrounded by a form of “collective amnesia” – largely because of the part the war played in the Easter Rising.