Globalizing The Christchurch Shootings: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Gallipoli And Invasion – OpEd Never let a bloody and opportune crisis pass. In New Zealand, there is talk about gun reform after attacks on two Christchurch mosques left fifty dead. There have been remarks made in parliament about.. Eurasia Review - Published 3 hours ago
Erdogan’s Comments On Christchurch Mosques Shootings Dismissed As Not Representative Of Muslims Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was condemned on Wednesday for “vile, offensive and reckless” comments after last week’s Christchurch mosque terrorist attacks.
Australia summoned the.. Eurasia Review - Published 5 hours ago
Why La Grande Guerre matters to France
Across France, people are commemorating the 100th anniversary of La Grande Guerre - the first world war. Hugh Carnegy, Paris bureau chief, travels to Marne, the site of a key battle, to find out why..
Credit: Financial Times Duration: 04:27 Published on February 7, 2019
Gun salutes mark Queen’s 67 years on throne
Gun salutes have been fired to officially mark the 67th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne. Soldiers from the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery used six First World War-era..
Credit: ODN Duration: 02:18 Published on February 6, 2019
War memorial: art and conflict | FT Life
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With the first world war centenary next year, Rachel Spence looks at how artists have depicted that war -- from Wilfred..
Credit: Financial Times Duration: 05:55 Published on January 21, 2019
New book explores devastating hardships faced by servicemen in aftermath of First World War Euphoria of victory was soon replaced by harsh reality Leicester Mercury - Published 6 days ago
Lucky penny which saved life of a First World War soldier to be auctioned 'But for that penny, his children would not have been born and I wouldn't be here' Hull Daily Mail - Published 6 days ago Also reported by • Tamworth Herald • Wales Online • Cambridge News The story behind the First World War headstone found hidden in Bath undergrowth Officials have stepped in to clear up the mystery Blackmore Vale - Published 2 weeks ago
Guy Warner: Remembering those daring young Ulster men in their flying machines A few years ago I had a telephone call from my good friend and fellow historian Ernie Cromie. He told me that he had been contacted by a man by the name of John McCleery, who suggested that he might.. Belfast Telegraph - Published 3 weeks ago
Opinion: how Peugeot can make it big in America The French brand plans an 'unconventional' approach to its US return – and that could give it the chance to stand out
The PSA Group has been openly exploring an entry into the North American.. Autocar - Published 3 weeks ago
Commemorative rose planted by Inner Wheel Club AS part of the commemorations of the end of the First World War, a climbing rose, of the Crown Princess Margareta variety, was recently planted by members of the Inner Wheel Club of Hereford Wye Valley.. Hereford Times - Published 3 weeks ago Prolific Tunbridge Wells burglar jailed after he was pictured by vigilante He stole a First World War medal in one of his raids Canterbury Times - Published on February 21, 2019 Also reported by • Folkestone Herald • Sevenoaks Chronicle • Thanet Gazette • Dover Express • Kent and Sussex Courier
The story of the Canadian servicemen shot dead and trampled to death during a riot at a First World War camp in Wales The chaos lasted for two days and left five men dead, dozens injured and almost 80 men arrested Wales Online - Published on February 19, 2019
Isil bride is 'traumatised', says lawyer as he likens her to a First World War soldier Telegraph.co.uk - Published on February 18, 2019
Plans for war memorial on island A First World War memorial could be built on an island in Cannock if plans are given the green light. Express and Star - Published on February 13, 2019
Bomb de terre: Unexploded First World War grenade found in French potato shipment Telegraph.co.uk - Published on February 3, 2019 Also reported by • Independent The heartbreaking story of the Welsh couple and their seven sons torn apart by the First World War One by one, the sons marched off to war - only one returned Wales Online - Published on February 1, 2019
War medals found Police are searching for the owner of stolen First World War medals believed to have been awarded to an officer from Staffordshire. Express and Star - Published on February 1, 2019 Divers are convinced they've found wreck of German First World War destroyer off Scottish coast The wreck, believed to be the V81 - part of the Kaiser's High Seas Fleet and involved in the Battle of Jutland - is believed to be at the bottom of the sea around 20 miles from the Freswick coast. MailOnline - Published on January 31, 2019
Peter Jackson To Direct New Beatles Documentary Featuring footage from the 'Let It Be' sessions...
*Peter Jackson* is set to direct a new documentary featuring *The Beatles* recording 'Let It Be'.
The band were in dire straights when recording.. Clash - Published on January 30, 2019 Bomb squad sent out after First World War device found in canal The unexploded device was discovered in the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, at Bratch Locks Walsall Advertiser - Published on January 15, 2019 Also reported by • Tamworth Herald
First World War association provide primary school with legacy of brave soldier Members of the Ancre Somme Scotland (ASA) Association presented Uphall Primary School with a framed picture of Cpl Robert Beveridge MM Daily Record - Published on January 15, 2019 Hatton's horses at Ross Vaga Probus Club HALFWAY through the First World War the Herefordshire artist, Brian Hatton, was tragically killed in action at the age of only 28. Hereford Times - Published on January 13, 2019
First World War shell discovery sparks Northern Ireland homes' evacuation Homes have been evacuated after a suspected First World War shell was discovered during building work near a PSNI station. Belfast Telegraph - Published on January 7, 2019 Filton airfield hangar to be restored thanks to half-a-million pound grant The hangar was built during the First World War Bristol Post - Published on January 5, 2019
How codebreakers in Britain's crack Room 40 team brought the US into the First World War Codebreakers in the Royal Navy's 'Room 40' team who paved the way for the famous Bletchley Park team cracked the Zimmermann Telegram that brought the US into the First World War. MailOnline - Published on January 5, 2019 Nissen huts which got Britain through two World Wars are reinvented by designer's great-grandson Made from corrugated iron, the huts could be thrown up in quick time. The British Army relied on them towards the end of the First World War, when the frontline kept moving. MailOnline - Published on December 27, 2018
UVF terror mural 'an insult to all who wear poppy' A UVF mural depicting scenes from the First World War, poppies and a masked terrorist is an "insult" to all who wear the remembrance symbol, an SDLP MLA has said. Belfast Telegraph - Published on December 26, 2018 First World War medals found at back of cabinet at Scunthorpe hospital returned to soldier's family The medals were awarded to Private Joseph Charles Fotheringham and have been returned to his relatives after they were traced by a family history society Grimsby Telegraph - Published on December 23, 2018
British officers dress up as damsels in distress in German First World War prisoner camp The fascinating images give an insight into what life was like for British prisoners of war at the Schweidnitz camp in East Germany. MailOnline - Published on December 21, 2018 Saplings planted in memory of war dead ONE hundred years ago, acorns from a First World War battlefield were brought home to Herefordshire. Hereford Times - Published on December 15, 2018
Election that helped shape the future A trio of pioneering women, who stood for parliament in a key poll after the First World War ended, faced a barrage of prejudice and dirty tricks Express and Star - Published on December 14, 2018 Collection of photos of WW1 revealed A unique collection of photographs and objects showing Staffordshire's role during the First World War have been brought together online for the first time. Express and Star - Published on December 13, 2018
UK military chief warns global tensions 'like those seen before First World War' Populism and nationalism, as well as dangers from Isis, Iran, China and Russia 'all raising global dangers' Independent - Published on December 11, 2018 Normanton venue played host to skating then movies, dancing and bingo! Years as a cinema began during First World War Derby Telegraph - Published on December 8, 2018 Final tragedy of WWI: Bloodshed could have ended two days earlier if Germans were more organised The First World War ended two days later that it should have done, fascinating notes written by a British officer who was present at the signing of the Armistice in the Rethondes have revealed. MailOnline - Published on December 6, 2018