From Washington to Wipers and Warlencourt is the story of forty-one residents from Washington in Great Britain as they re-traced the footsteps of their First World War ancestors. Visiting the Western Front, this film is an emotional journey for those who went to honour their fallen.
As the imperial chess pieces began to move towards war in the spring and early summer of 1914, Sunderland responded accordingly, its one hundred and fifty-one thousand townspeople busying themselves, preparing for what might come.
Always Remembered tells the story of the evolution and construction of war memorials in the north east of England. The film explores how the effects of The Great War produced an outpouring of grief that manifested itself in the construction of memorials to the lost in virtually every village and town.
In the early hours of the 6th of October 1854, the north east of England witnessed the almost total destruction of the Newcastle & Gateshead quaysides as a mighty explosion and the resulting fires, tore through workplaces and communities. When it was over, 53 people would be dead and hundreds more, injured.
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