WWI submarine emerges from the sand in northern France

The wreck of a German submarine from World War One, which ran aground in July 1917, has resurfaced on a beach in northern France. In Wissant, more than a hundred metres from the dunes, the metal frame rests on a stretch of fine sand.

Peter Jackson understands ‘R’ rating for his WWI documentary

(19 Dec 2018) Peter Jackson’s innovative World War I documentary shows that many British soldiers made it to the front lines when they were just 15 or 16 years old. Teens that age now won’t be able to see “They Shall Not Grow Old” in theatres without a parent, but Jackson says he understands the MPAA’s R rating. (Dec. 19)

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Trump touts White House commitment to veterans

(15 Nov 2018) Days after he was criticized for canceling a trip to a WWI cemetery in Paris and not visiting Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day, President Donald Trump honored the nation’s veterans and touted his administration’s commitment. (Nov. 15)

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WWI centenary: world leaders gather for lunch at Élysée palace

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin arrive separately for lunch at the Élysée Palace. They join dozens of other foreign leaders who returned by coach from the Arc de Triomphe, where they had been attending the centenary ceremony for the Armistice on 11 November 1918.

Theresa May joins Macron on tour of WWI sites

British Prime Minister Theresa May joins Emmanuel Macron in Albert, in northern France, to commemorate their countries’ shared sacrifice in the First World War on Friday, while also discussing the more thorny issue of their post-Brexit relationship. IMAGES OF THERESA MAY’S ARRIVAL

Poppies’ enduring impact in Britain a century on from WWI

In a London factory, military veterans have spent all year making the artificial red poppies that millions will wear in their lapels as Britain marks the World War I armistice centenary.