The First World War, for all of its horrors, was a time of enormous technological progress. We talk in our regular episodes about the developments in flight, submarines, motorized vehicles, soy sausages, the zipper, and so forth, but perhaps nowhere did advances come as quickly and as often as in… Continue Reading Medical Treatment in World War 1 I THE GREAT WAR Special

When the smoke cleared and the fighting was over, World War I was the deadliest war in human history, with a staggering ten million military personnel and seven million civilians dead. Two decades later, World War II would top this figure, with between seventy and eighty five million people killed.… Continue Reading What Happened To The Millions of Bodies After Huge World War Battles?