Northumbria University is helping to produce a report on how WWI history is taught in schools across the country.
Their research will help influence the battlefield tours being run next year as part of the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI.
A collection of medals awarded to a First World War hero is being auctioned in Newcastle.
Lance Corporal Norman Brown served on the frontline with the Durham Light Infantry and later went on to become Mayor of Stockton.
Geoff Drinkel, Lance Corporal Brown's grandson.
Medals belonging to a WWI hero are going up for auction. Lance Corporal Norman Brown's grandson, Geoff, will say goodbye to the family medals at Anderson & Garland in Newcastle.
Lance Corporal Brown was a member of the Durham Light Infantry (DLI) and from Stockton. He served with the Fifth Battalion of the DLI from the outbreak of war in 1914 until 1922.
A collection of medals awarded to a First World War soldier are to be auctioned today, September 19.
Norman Brown from Stockton served in the Durham Light Infantry (DLI).
The medals, awarded for his wartime service and personal items related to the DLI, will be going under the hammer in Newcastle.