In the years running up to the First World War, the British army made every effort to encourage conscripts and reservists to join up, and to create a reserve of trained soldiers in case of military emergencies.

As the First World War raged on, there were many artists and writers who volunteered to go and fight for their country on the front line. The war’s impact on their lives was profound and it has left an indelible mark on the history of modern times. This blog post will take a closer look at these artists and their experiences on the front line.

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