Despite it being more than a century since the end of the First World War, bodies of those who fell on Flanders fields are still being found to this day.
Hundreds of people gathered to mark the burial of 13 unknown soldiers who died fighting in Belgium in the First World War.
Three members of a Dundee family who survived the Battle of Passchendaele have been added to the city’s roll of honour.
A hundred years after the Battle of Passchendaele, Gunner Frank Johnston from Dundee, who is believed to have been mortally injured there, is still not recognised as a casualty of the war.
A Perthshire town marked 100 years since the outbreak of one of World War one’s bloodiest’s battles at the weekend. Troops marched through Crieff in honour of the hundreds of thousands of soldiers killed in the Battle of Passchendaele during the parade – which also marked the start of Crieff Remembers.
Passchendaele: ‘the whole of the battle area is a veritable quagmire’.
A spectacular military procession has marked the centenary of one of the First World War's darkest chapters.
Sir, - I see Jenny Marra MSP is again on her soapbox calling for Dundee to become the centre for decommissioning in the North Sea.
The death of a highly decorated Tayside soldier who fought in the first world war has been marked almost 100 years on.