Historic records show that at least 885,000 Muslims were recruited from across the Muslim world to fight for the Allies, and over 89,000 are known to have been killed. Research found that only a fifth of people are aware that Muslim soldiers fought at all in the Great War
The tribute remembers those who have died in wars
The Entente Cordiale which sent my father to France is now trash beneath the high heels of Theresa May, yet this wretched woman dares to wear a poppy
John Skinner Wilson was 52 when he was asked to train recruits to Winston Churchill's Special Operations Executive (SOE)
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'
After he helped defeat Adolf Hitler, plans were made to use double agent 'Garbo' in the looming Cold War against Joseph Stalin
Ms Friedman's brief embrace with sailor George Mendonsa in New York's Times Square was captured by Life magazine photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt
Ernie Andrus tells journalists ‘I wish it wasn’t over’ following coast-to-coast adventure
Former prime minister says he would 'love to have had the chance' to fly legendary plane
Jewish prisoners in Lithuania dug the legendary tunnel with spoons while under occupation during the Second World War
'They fought with great pride and great belief in Britain', the son of a Polish soldier has said
A new book, Geek's Guide to Britain, picks out the country's most important tourist spots for fans of science and tech
A special memorial service was held to honour ‘Britain’s Schindler’
War heroes record messages of support for the Remain side, saying the EU promotes peace in Europe
Roy Vickerman returned from the war suffering from PTSD and 'wanted to be alone'
Officials insisted Lieutenant Bertram Arthur James's detention was 'in no way comparable' to being held in a death camp