Life was grim for the legions of young soldiers who sustained injuries during the Great War.
A search has been launched to find a new home for a giant 100 poppy display made from recycled plastic bottles.
Inverness's acclaimed military wives choir has hit all the right notes by raising more than £6,000 for charitable causes.
Great Britain has in recent days, displayed a remarkable degree of unity.
A special concert for peace will be held in Aberdeen tomorrow following Remembrance Day services over the weekend.
Beaches across the north became canvases yesterday in a special commemoration for Scottish heroes who died in the First World War.
A hush fell over Aberdeen's war memorial yesterday as hundreds turned out to pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday.
Hundreds turn out to Stonehaven’s Armistice remembrance service as St James’ bell chimes for first time in 50 years
Hundreds of people attended the World War I Armistice service at St James Episcopal Church in Stonehaven yesterday leaving standing room only and scores having to listen from outside.
In the end it took just four brief sentences to inform those on the front line that there really was to be an end to four and a half years of war.
Tributes will be paid to the hundreds of Aberdeen University staff, students and alumni who died during the First World War.
Once the guns and the shelling had been silenced and the war was over, one might have imagined that most of the combatants would have returned home in a matter of weeks.
The wartime diaries of a north-east soldier, only recently unearthed and rescued from oblivion, offer a fascinating insight into the final days of the conflict from the perspective of the frontline.
Bagpipers across the globe will play to honour the fallen at this year’s Armistice commemoration.
The X Factor has invited war veterans to Sunday’s show to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
It was the global conflict that led to a lost generation and, in the words of Wilfred Owen, created an anthem for doomed youth.
This Sunday, the country will pause, as it does every year, to remember all those who have fallen in the service of our country in every conflict since 1914. In this year of the centenary of the armistice, the two minutes’ silence will have greater resonance than usual.
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright last night promised that those who lost their lives in World War I would always be remembered both in parliament and across the country.
Would you be willing to give up your work, your home comforts, seeing family and friends, having a ‘normal’ life, in order to kill others or to be killed yourself?
A new piece of music will be played in unison by musicians across the world as a way of ensuring that the First World War continues to be remembered beyond its centenary.
Gardeners at properties across the north-east have grown striking memorial displays to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the final days of the First World War.
Commemorations have been held across Scotland to mark Armistice Day.
"At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month" we will remember them.
Following on from another successful year, Marks & Spencer will once again be selling a range of Poppy jewellery in honour of Armistice Day, with all profits going directly to The Royal British Legion.