An Aberdeen teenager’s determination to follow in his soldier father’s footsteps saw him enlist at the age of just 15 years old.
Each cross will be adorned with the name of a former pupil or staff member who died during the conflict, taken from the school’s roll of honour, with the donor’s name on the back.
An Aberdeen church has been given more than 20 silhouettes to remember fallen soldiers.
Aberdeen school pupils have teamed up with the nephew of a soldier who died in the First World War to research the stories behind names on a war memorial.
A burial service has taken place for a north-east World War One serviceman whose identity was surrounded in mystery.
A north-east man has been tasked with writing a message on a First World War gravestone – for an uncle he never knew existed.
An army museum is highlighting the role played by a North-east soldier who was part of a handpicked team carrying out a daring secret mission during World War 1.
A call has been made for schools in Aberdeen to contribute to a memorial project commemorating one of the worst maritime disasters of the 20th Century.
A North-east town's church is asking for help to restore an 18th century bell to its former glory.
The mystery over the remains of a World War 1 soldier deepened today after the Evening Express uncovered evidence the Aberdeen man died in hospital and not on the battlefield.
The remains of a soldier killed during WW1 have been found in Northern France and it's believed he could be from Aberdeen.
Plans have been lodged to create a replica World War 1 trench at The Gordon Highlanders Museum in an effort to bring in more visitors.
An Aberdeen museum has acquired a rare medal and letter awarded to a World War 1 hero.
Pupils from two schools in the North-east attended a ceremony in France to commemorate a significant battle in World War 1.
Brave soldiers from across the North-east, who took part in one of the most famous battles of World War 1, will be among those remembered tomorrow on the 100th anniversary of the military offensive.
He was a baker who joined the Gordon Highlanders after World War 1 broke out.
A bid to host an iconic ceramic poppies exhibition in Aberdeen to commemorate World War 1 could be withdrawn.
A schoolboy's "letter home" from a World War 1 soldier has delivered him a top prize in a national contest.
Gordon Highlander’s act of bravery which earned Victoria Cross to be remembered as regiment pays tribute to fearless men
Bullets flew past the 20-year-old soldier as he stormed towards enemy machine gunners.
An enormous figure of a First World War soldier has been created from scrap metal to commemorate those who paid the ultimate sacrifice – dying for their country.
THE tragic death of nearly 350 Aberdeen university students and staff in World War 1 will be highlighted in a talk to mark Armistice Day.
A BOOK dating back to 1920 has been found outside the offices of the Evening Express.