Inside the amazing cave city that housed 25,000 Allied troops under German noses in WWI
For 90 years it was sealed and forgotten ... an amazing city tunnelled out by British troops beneath the charnel house of a World War One battlefield which housed 25,000 British and Commonwealth soldiers. This week, Robert Hardman became the first man to explore the secrets of this stupendous feat of engineering
The forgotten Holocaust: The Armenian massacre that inspired Hitler
armenian massacreIn November 1914, the Ottoman Empire entered World War I against the Allies and launched a disastrous military campaign against Russian forces in the Caucasus. It blamed defeat on the Armenians, claiming they had colluded with the Russians. A prominent Turkish writer at the time described the war as "the awaited day" when the Turks would exact "revenge, the horrors of which have not yet been recorded in history".