Nash, the subject of a Tate Britain retrospective in London, brought the shock of two world wars to vivid life in his paintings and was a great influence on subsequent generations of war artists
Scientists reported finding bunkers, rusted bullets and other relics dating from the Second World War
The Enigma codebreaker's great niece says Government decision is 'absolutely tremendous'
And how newly declassified documents show the greatest double-cross operation of the Second World War was nearly ruined by a Spanish double agent's wife's horror at British food - and her willingness to die rather than 'live another day in England'
The pontiff stays mainly silent as he prayers for the victims of the death camp - saving his few words for survivors greeting him there
The high school students sang the Civil War-era song to honour the soldier's memory
Former culture secretary wanted to mark Britain's triumph over fascism in the Second World War
Former prime minister says he would 'love to have had the chance' to fly legendary plane
It was known that Vine served in the Navy from 1944 to 1946 doing radio intelligence
'There are no plans for the Prince to go to hospital'
The Royal Navy will not move the wreckage despite the bodies inside
A special memorial service was held to honour ‘Britain’s Schindler’
Robert Fisk travelled to Hong Kong last year to meet the grande dame of war correspondents. Here is the interview originally published in The Independent on Sunday
The Führer’s forlorn but formative years following the First World War will be revealed
It will be a major surprise if ‘Son of Saul’ doesn’t win Foreign Language Oscar
The Oscar-nominated film focused on the efforts of mathematician Alan Turing at Bletchley Park, but failed to acknowledge the input of Polish codebreakers before World War Two broke out