DEATH OF THE KAISER — Karel Margry tells us of the death of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the ruler of Prussia and of the German Empire, who was widely seen as the symbol of German aggression and the one responsible for the outbreak of the First World War. The Battle of Voronezh — In early July 1942, the German armies on the Eastern front, as part of Heeresgruppe Süd’s renewed summer offensive and southward drive towards the Caucasus (Operation ‘Blau’), attacked and captured the strategic city of Voronezh. This battle ultimately had a knock-on effect on the operation to capture Stalingrad. Jason Mark tells the story. The War Graves Photographic Project — Steve Rogers, Project Co-ordinator of The War Graves Photographic Project (TWGPP), tells how a visit to a wartime cemetery led to an incredible labour of love, stretching over 20 years, to photograph (with the help of over a thousand contributors) the graves of every British and Commonwealth casualty from both the First and Second World Wars, as well as those from later conflicts.