1. Jonny Bay

    62 Missing WW1 Soldiers Found . . . Last week we recovered 62 soldiers in the space of 2 days , even after 100 years the missing can still be found . - Please think to donate to Legenda , were a team of volunteers . Our last fundraiser was a great success with many helping out to get an adequate vehicle for Talis (NGO Founder/CEO) so he can retrieve soldiers anywhere and at any time . - Any money don . . .

  2. Colourising an old WW1 image

    First job of the day , colourising an old WW1 image that will be used on a Britains Heritage series book . Colourising is the process of building up layers and textures , you isolate various elements and combine these colours to bring an image to life . It's interesting to see how emotive an image can suddenly be when you see it in colour , it some how makes it feel a little more 'real' . It's easy to f . . .

  3. Heritage Lottery Fund

    #OneCentenary100Stories: Lucy Wilson reads an excerpt from ‘A letter to Alice’ by Dave Crossen , a creative response to research into the lives of young women working in munitions factory during the First World War . It was produced as part of the National Lottery funded Lest We Forget project led by the Herbert Gallery , exploring many stories of the First World War . bit . ly/2jb8Q19 #WW1 We’re . . .

  4. Heritage Lottery Fund

    #OneCentenary100Stories: Casper , aged 14 , reads a poem written in 1911 by Louis , also aged 14 . Casper has been exploring the impact of the First World War through art and culture , as part of Rugby and Daventry’s Armistice Festival . Funded by the #NationalLottery and delivered by The Wheels on Debussy (TWOD) , it is a 5 day cultural event running from 8th -12th November 2018 , to commemorate 100 ye . . .

  5. Christmas Truce of 1914, World War I - Christmas Is For Sharin...

    During World War I , on and around Christmas Day 1914 , the sounds of rifles firing and shells exploding faded in a number of places along the Western Front in favor of holiday celebrations in the trenches and gestures of goodwill between enemies . Starting on Christmas Eve , many German and British troops sang Christmas carols to each other across the lines , and at certain points the Allied soldiers . . .

  6. XRay

    “French field hospital , locating bullet with X-ray machine . ” On November 8 , 1895 , German Physicist Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen became the first scientist to observe X-Rays , signifying a great advancement in the field of medicine . Rontgen’s discovery was quickly applied as an important diagnostic tool in medicine , allowing doctors to see inside the human body for the first time without surgery . In . . .