The 100 Stories were first devised as a digital history, and designed to prompt new ways of remembering war. By popular demand, the stories have been recast as a book.
Lavishly illustrated, carefully researched and written in crisp, engaging prose, World War One: A history in 100 stories extends our understanding of a conflict that shaped the modern world. You can learn more about the book (co-authored by Bruce Scates, Rebecca Wheatley and Laura James) on the Penguin website.
Like all scholarly books, World War One: A history in 100 Stories features detailed listings of all the archival and secondary sources consulted. It also includes lists of further reading and a select bibliography.