Thanks to National Lottery players a new First World War exhibition exploring the final few months of the war was recently opened at a launch event at The Museum of North Craven Life (The Folly) in Settle.
At Lancaster Castle, three members of the same family died in less than a year ,apparently from arsenic poisoning. What emerged surprised everyone. Dr Michael Farrell, author of Criminology of Homicidal Poisoning, revisits the case
As the centenary of the First World War draws to a close, Dean Kirby goes deep beneath the Somme and explores the caves which became a final sanctuary for British soldiers, including men from Lancashire.
At the end of the First World War the Allied nations faced a mammoth task recovering, identifying and burying the hundreds of thousands killed across the previous four years. Author Kevin Shannon considers the lost men of one Lancashire regiment
After fighting in the trenches, Thomas Fitzpatrick was captured and sent to one of the most notorious prisoner of war camps in Germany but survived to make his own great escape. One hundred years on, the Lancashire Post’s Deputy Editor Nicola Adam uses a series of wartime postcards to piece together the untold First World War story of her great-grandfather, Thomas Fitzpatrick
The amazing journey from a small Lancashire village to creative genius behind some of America’s most famous landmarks is the subject of a fascinating new book. Author Stephen Gee tells the story of John Parkinson