Mark Strong has said the lessons learnt during the First World War are at risk of being forgotten.
First World War
A museum is appealing for information about a First World War German-issued Luger pistol that was handed in during a police firearms amnesty.
An Aberdeen academic who has led a global initiative to commemorate the First World War in new ways has claimed it is at risk of being forgotten.
Two companies have picked up a gold award at a prestigious ceremony for work on a First World War trench.
Tony Comer – who has worked for GCHQ for 36 years and has spent the last 10 as its historian – picks high-profile moments from its history.
Shaped to resemble a Spitfire wing, a new artwork clad in granite will form the centrepiece of Aberdeen’s revamped Remembrance Hall.
A First World War monument has been removed for repairs following vandal attacks.
A First World War bench vandalised with swastikas has been repaired by Aberdeen City Council.
Dozens of Commonwealth graves have been daubed with swastikas and other symbols at a cemetery dedicated to those fought in the first and second world wars.
Despite it being more than a century since the end of the First World War, bodies of those who fell on Flanders fields are still being found to this day.
Hundreds of people gathered to mark the burial of 13 unknown soldiers who died fighting in Belgium in the First World War.
Residents have spoken of their shock after vandals scratched swastikas on a First World War memorial bench.
There are only days left to vote for a tree planted more than 100 years ago which is up for a special award.
Artwork by Aberdeen students has been put on display at the Scottish Parliament.
A bushy-tailed visitor has been checking out a leading Aberdeen attraction.
Lance-Corporal Vincent Alexander Loecliffe Dawson served with the 1st/4th battalion Royal Scots during the conflict, but died from tuberculosis on December 11 1919 at the City Hospital in Aberdeen.
A special service will be held to mark the centenary of a tree planted to commemorate the end of the First World War.
A memorial to those lost in the First World War is set to be moved to a new location, despite objections from north-east residents.
An Aberdeen academic will share the story of a farmer’s son who influenced one of the world’s most famous peace treaties at a prestigious event in Versailles.
Aberdeen school pupils have paid tribute to those who lost their lives serving their country during the First World War.
A north-east town will celebrate the life of a famous war poet.
Two north-east school pupils have won a national competition based on the First World War.
A replica First World War trench aimed at teaching people about the horrors of conflict has had its official opening.
Steven Spielberg has been granted permission to film scenes for a new war movie in Glasgow.
The Government is blocking the export of a multimillion-pound painting by American artist John Singer Sargent.
An innovative archive project is set to arrive in the north-east in a bid to preserve the history of the First World War.
A north-east school hopes to preserve the history of the First World War as part of a new project.
An Aberdeen museum’s recreation of a First World War trench has opened to the public. We sent one of our photographers along to the Gordon Highlanders Museum capture some from the opening weekend.
Keeping Faith star Eve Myles has been honoured by the BBC for her work on a radio drama exploring the emotional and physical challenges of late-pregnancy termination.
Bart van Es has won the Costa Book Of The Year Award for his “incredibly important” account of family bonds and Holocaust trauma, The Cut Out Girl.