A staggering two billion letters were sent during the First World War. But how could they be delivered without giving vital secrets away?
A public building in Bury St Edmunds is marking the Remembrance period with a display of 4,000 crocheted and knitted poppies.
Century old letters from a Suffolk soldier are providing insight into a little known military mission.
Historians in Hertfordshire are enlisting help from the public in putting names to faces of soldiers sent off to war in 1914.
A military enthusiast from Bedfordshire has raised thousands of pounds so he can build a memorial to his county's brave soldiers.