Aerial photographs which show the impact of World War One on the UK landscape have been released as part of a project to mark the war's centenary. Britain from Above features 95,000 images taken by the
Several of today's national newspapers mark the 100th anniversary of Britain's declaration of war against Germany by reminding readers how they covered the story when it broke. Did I say Britain's declaration?
As the world slid towards war in 1914, the four empires of Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Turkey and Tsarist Russia had ruled over vast amounts of land and people for centuries. The first world war
International leaders, royalty and families of the fallen have united in the UK and in Belgium to mark 100 years since Britain entered the first world war. The day of commemorations culminates with lights
We are ending this live blog on the day’s commemorations of the outbreak of the first world war. Thank you for your thoughts and comments. World leaders gathered in Liège, Belgium to mark the outbreak
A dazzlingly embroidered altar frontal, the work of soldiers recovering from their injuries in the first world war, will be on display and in use again at St Paul's Cathedral in London, for the first since
Berlin, Wednesday, 8 30 p.m. At the present moment the situation looks about as black as it can be. Apparently news has been received in official quarters that such steps of mobilisation have been decided
What has happened to that great American archetype, the penny-pinching bargain shopper? She is becoming an endangered species. Family Dollar, another chain of discount stores, on Monday agreed to sell