More than a hundred photos taken illegally by a medical officer during the first year of World War One have been collected in a new book.
They show life on and behind the front line in France for Dr Fred Davidson, who was wounded and sent to hospital in Folkestone where he photographed a nurse who later became his wife. Derek Johnson went to Sissinghurst to meet author Andrew Davidson, Fred's grandson.
"We shall remember them". It's a pledge made year in, year out at services of remembrance and poppy day parades. But how can we ensure that future generations remember the sacrifices made by the servicemen and women of two world wars?
Well, one solution was unveiled today at Chatham Naval Memorial. Smartphone technology means visitors to the memorial can find out about the heroic lives and deaths of those commemorated there. John Ryall reports.
A rare First World War aircraft, discovered rotting in an elephant shed in India, is set to fly again thanks to restoration work being carried out in Sussex. The DH-9 biplane is one of only five still in existence, despite once being mass produced.
The project to bring it back to its full glory began almost 20 years ago and has been a labour of love for aircraft restorer Guy Black. Derek Johnson went to his workshop to meet him.
There is just a year to go until the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. This week motorcyclists set out to visit all of Britain's 51 'thankful villages'. They're the communities which sent men to fight and were lucky enough to welcome them all back home
A bit of mucking about in the garden has turned in to a 'hands on' history lesson for one young boy. Oliver Batchelor was digging up his mum's carrots when his dad suggested he build a trench.
But, the 12 year old - who was learning about the first world war at school - went a little bit 'over the top'. Charlotte Wilkins speaks to Oliver Batchelor, his mother Saskia Marshall and his father Wayne Batchelor.
VIDEO: Historians are hoping to preserve as many memories as possible for future generations. Rachel Hepworth reports on a unique project, uncovering treasures from the trenches. Interviewees: Jill Cousins, historian; Dr Stuart Lee, Oxford University; and Stephen Bull, Oxford University;