The image above is frequently circulated on social media, usually accompanied with a caption such as ‘1916 – soldiers pay tribute to the horses who
This week saw the launch of the CWGC Gardening Then & Now campaign, highlighting the horticultural history of the CWGC and some of the remarkable
Following on from my blog earlier in the week discussing why it is that myths continue to feature so prominently in the general public’s understanding
Anyone who has a specific interest in the Great War knows that there are many myths associated with it. Ask a member of the general
When we visit a former First World War battlefield, we often gaze upon a set of fields and woods punctuated by clustered dwellings. At first
Today I’m really missing Flanders, having not visited in 3 months which is the longest period I’ve been away from there in nearly a year!