Conscientious objectors - those who refused to fight in WW1 on moral grounds - were widely shunned by their peers.
A permanent memorial garden has been unveiled in Ripon.
A century on from the end of the First World War, 1,200 men who died patrolling the waters of the East Coast are being remembered.
The story of the Indian soldier who became the only non-white member of the Leeds Pals and gave his life serving on behalf of his city.
Descendants of a group of men thought to be the biggest band of brothers to serve in the First World War are calling for recognition.