The First World War
The year is 1914. From towns and villages, men joined up to fight alongside schoolfriends, neighbours and workmates, encouraged by patriotic advertising, songs from the music halls and cheering crowds waving them off to battle with the belief that it would be 'all over by Christmas'. But here is the history of the reality and the horrors of the Great War, which left a deep impact on a generation, and subsequent generations, marked by the war graves and memorials that still move visitors today.
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