This week we have added a number of exciting new features to Lives of the First World War which will allow you to explore the Life Stories that interest you in even greater depth.
History guides: medals
Do you have a relative’s First World War medals in your collection and wonder what they mean? Or maybe you’ve used Lives of the First World War to discover which medals a person received, and now you want to find out more about it.air max all black
Our first history guide on medals, which we added to the site today, gives you information on what each medal means, giving you clues as to where a relative might have served, and what they did during the First World War.
We’ll be regularly adding more history guides to the site which will help give more context to the conflict.
Who else is remembering your Life Stories?
As many of you requested it, you can now see who else is remembering someone on Lives of the First World War, by clicking on the number next to the Remember button. Can’t see anyone else remembering a Life Story page? Why not be the first?new balance rose
- Not remembering anyone yet? Find someone to remember in our featured Life Stories.
Got a suggestion of another feature you’d like to see on Lives of the First World War? Post your ideas in our support forum.