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These images show the crowds outside Buckingham Palace and Berlin Cathedral in August 1914 as war was declared

First World War Centenary: Powerful images that capture the moment cheering Europe heralded the declaration of war

Photos make stark contrast with those from bloody battlefields in years that followed

People pass the Royal Courts of Justice next to Serbian soldiers marching in the Lord Mayor's show, London, in the last days of the First World War in November 1918

First World War Centenary: Powerful photographs bring wartime Britain to life

Composite images put moments from the conflict in the present day

Empire Day at the Hall, 1918

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Field of broken dreams: Andy Bell visits Passchendaele

5 News's Andy Bell retraces his grandfather's steps on the First World War battlefields

Andy Bell only knows his grandfather from the compelling diary he kept during the war. But when he returned to the killing fields where Edwin Vaughan suffered so much, his ancestor came to life
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemeteries in France and Belgium dedicated to First World War casualties number 2,400 and visitor numbers have never been higher

We will remember them: relatives still honour those who fought in the Great War

Any direct connection with the conflict has gone but we’re not ready to consign it to history, says John Lichfield

Crowds in London celebrate the end of hostilities in 1918

A History of the First World War in 100 moments: After 1,560 days, at the eleventh hour, the guns fall silent – but for how long?

The conclusion of the ‘war to end all  wars’ was greeted with understandable jubilation. But, writes Boyd Tonkin, new storm clouds were already gathering

John Oborne went into the trenches in February 1918: 'We spent most of our time sat in a hole in the damp old earth'

The First World War in the words of the men who fought it: "Everything was mud and water and continuous shelling. Hell with the lid off"

Ten years ago, Max Arthur interviewed the last 21 British veterans of the Great War, the oldest of which was 109. Nearly all the men were talking about their experiences for the first time

The interior of the railway carriage in which the Armistice ending the First World War was signed

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Peace without magnanimity - the summit in a railway siding that ended the fighting

John Lichfield on the strange meeting in the forest of Compiègne that culminated in the signing of the Armistice

The poet Rainer Maria Rilke, circa 1920

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: The German people demand an end to the fighting

The poet Rainer Maria Rilke describes to his wife the rising tide of popular unrest in Munich

Wilfred Owen in uniform as a 2nd Lieutenant. The poet was teaching in France when the war began

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Dulce et decorum est - a life cut short for a poet whose work achieved immortality

Wilfred Owen’s death, like his poems, captured the pity of war. John Walsh charts his journey from innocence to iconic status

American troops advance on a German position on the Saint Mihiel salient, north-eastern France, in 1918

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: America unleashes the doughboys of war in the battle of Saint-Mihiel

When the US expeditionary force launched its first independent action, the results were devastating

Captured German officers receiving orders from a French officer

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: The ‘blackest day’ of the German army - and the assault that finally broke its spirit

John Lichfield describes the unexpectedly spectacular Allied breakthrough that launched a 100-day push to victory

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