From the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, The National Archives: World War I takes a look at how this devastating war shook the world one hundred years ago.
Packed full of amazing photographs and original documents from the National Archives, real-life artifacts and documentation enable readers to build a true and real account of the First World War and how it shaped the world.
Nick Hunter has written more than 50 books for young people. He has a degree in modern history and specializes in writing about history and social studies. Before becoming an author, Nick worked in children's publishing for many years. He lives in Oxford, UK with his wife and two sons.
Terror in the trenches Europe divided The road to war Home by Christmas? Battle of the Frontiers Digging in Trench warfare Trench life Beyond the Western Front Gallipoli The wider world The battles of 1916 Treating the wounded Home fronts Under attack Women at work Munitions factories Propaganda Opposing the war The war at sea The Western Front in 1917 New weapons War in words The last battles Armistice Cost of war Lest we forget World War One timeline Glossary Find out more National Archives acknowledgments Index and Photo credits