There were double the number of makeshift cinemas on the Western Front that previously realised.
The body of an unidentified British soldier who fought in the First World War has been laid to rest with full military honours.
Walter Tull's life was all about "equality" and "overcoming adversity", his family say, as they remember 100 years since the end of the war.
It’s well known the war ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 - less well known is just how bloody the end was.
A staggering two billion letters were sent during the First World War. But how could they be delivered without giving vital secrets away?
Jock Hutchison founded a transforming charity after he met 16 young men who came back from Afghanistan with life-changing injuries.
The only woman officially fighting in the First World War, Flora fought on the brutal Balkan front alongside Britain's ally Serbia.
The Tower of London was illuminated by the light from the torches.