A visit to the beautiful National Trust grounds of Stourhead House.
Turkish scenery seen from a boat as we travel through the Dardanelles.
Ship carrying Turkish soldiers retreating after battle of Lule Burgas.
Wrecked ships at Dardanelles, Turkey.
The 16th anniversary of Gallipoli is remembered at the Cenotaph in Whitehall.
General presents medals to NCOs and soldiers for gallantry in France and Gallipoli.
Australian Prime Minister Mr Hughes addresses soldiers wounded at Gallipoli.
Maori soldiers who took part with the Anzac forces in Gallipoli campaign are resting for a while in England.
Cpl Bassett of New Zealand celebrates with his comrades having received Victoria Cross.
Colonial Army Service Corps prepare and transport food for Australian troops near Gallipoli.
The men who fought at Gallipoli are remembered at the Cenotaph.
British troops move into position on the Turkish coast, Turkey.
Australian troops advance toward Jerusalem.
Soldiers ride through dusty desert area on horseback.
American soldiers advancing towards Jerusalem during WW1.
Verdun heroes are honoured at Les Invalides in Paris. France.
Footage of the damage caused by shells in the French town of Verdun.
French soldiers march past Chateau Vaux in France, 1916.
German prisoners readily surrender on the Verdun front.
Dramatic re-enactment of Battle of Verdun.
German troops in action at the beginning of the Battle of Verdun 1916. France.
French soldiers on battlefield at Verdun, France.
Item showing the Battle of Verdun in France.
Battle scenes from Verdun in France, 1916.
French army fight at Verdun, France. 1916.
Verdun battle scenes, autumn 1916.
The most imposing picture yet taken of German prisoners captured on the Somme.
German prisoners surrender on the Somme front.
French gun battery on the Somme.
France's President Raymond Poincare visits troops on the Somme. France.
Canadian soldiers play football on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire.
New Zealand parliamentary delegates at Stonehenge.
Good footage of women working on a farm: ploughing and shifting parcels of hay.
Canadian soldiers wade through water up nearly to knees at Salisbury.
King George V reviews Australian troops on Salisbury Plain; 1916.
Canadians celebrate Empire Day at Swindon.
Children's historical pageant to celebrate end of First World War. 1918 or 1919?