World War I
On a grimly musical Waypoints, the gang discusses 'Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2' and 'Let England Shake', as well as complicated legacies.
In his new book, 'Wasteland: The Great War and the Origins of Modern Horror,' historian W. Scott Poole argues the Great War gave filmmakers the visual language that make up scary movies.
A British veteran was afraid to eat in public because his torn-up face made such an unappetizing sounds while he was chewing.
Ludendorff, the real life general, is a well-chosen counterpoint to Diana.
'Beren and Lúthien' tells the tale of a forbidden love shared between a human and an elf in Middle Earth.
Jordan Mechner's singular 1997 adventure invites you to re-live the final hours before World War I ended an era.
How under-equipped American troops adapted to using foreign weapons tech as they entered the Great War.
A hunt for chanterelles and boletus mushrooms revealed some of the relentless atrocities that scarred Poland throughout the 20th century.
A fool and his money?
This is the most fun I’ve had playing a semi-broken game.
Slowly but surely, "The Great War" on YouTube is becoming the most expansive repository of World War I knowledge ever produced.