One hundred stories of Scotland’s WW1 – told through the perspective of 100 young artists – feature in an innovative new installation launched today at the Scottish Parliament which will be on display until Friday 20 September before touring Scotland.
Scotland’s WW1 story is set to be told from the perspective of 100 young artists from across the country as part of an innovative new installation, announced today by WW100 Scotland in partnership with the Scottish Parliament. Read more
A critically acclaimed multimedia production featuring renowned Scots performers including Barbara Dickson and Siobhan Miller is to embark on a commemorative tour of Scotland to mark the centenary of World War One.
As we commemorate the centenary of the Battle of Arras, it is important we share the stories of some of the brave men who made the ultimate sacrifice. Two of these men were Corporal John Connell and Lance Sergeant Ian Gowan.
The penultimate poem commemorating the Battle of the Somme provided by the Scottish Poetry Library describes that although the battlefields were a place of despair and death, wounded soldiers often had the desire to return.
You can now explore the devastating impact of World War One on the people of Scotland on the go, with two new digital apps launched by National Museum’s Scotland’s innovative Next of Kin project.