Tony Comer – who has worked for GCHQ for 36 years and has spent the last 10 as its historian – picks high-profile moments from its history.
First World War
Dozens of Commonwealth graves have been daubed with swastikas and other symbols at a cemetery dedicated to those fought in the first and second world wars.
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.
A ship which sank off the Isle of Lewis while returning servicemen from the First World War is to finally be recognised as a war grave.
Researchers are seeking help to uncover the history of a school’s former pupils killed in the First and Second World Wars.
Steven Spielberg has been granted permission to film scenes for a new war movie in Glasgow.
The Government is blocking the export of a multimillion-pound painting by American artist John Singer Sargent.
Keeping Faith star Eve Myles has been honoured by the BBC for her work on a radio drama exploring the emotional and physical challenges of late-pregnancy termination.
Bart van Es has won the Costa Book Of The Year Award for his “incredibly important” account of family bonds and Holocaust trauma, The Cut Out Girl.
The number of people from Dundee University who died during the First World War may be more than double that previously thought.
A video made by Arbroath band Slipway to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War has proved a huge hit.
Local people have hit out at vandals who targeted a First World War memorial garden on the eve of Remembrance Day.
A First World War film which brought old footage to life in colour has been praised by viewers as extraordinary.
Nothing, before or since, has been such a hammer blow to Dundee as the Battle of Loos.
Etched on to Perth Academy’s First World War memorial are the names of 168 staff and students who lost their lives during the conflict.
The £1 billion Waterfront regeneration project has put Dundee firmly on the map – but it might have been a very different city had conflict not broken out a century ago.
‘By the end, 56 kids at one school alone had lost fathers’: Book details Dundee’s commitment for First World War
As the country pauses to remember the end of the First World War, a new book is shedding light on the struggle endured by those back home in Dundee.
An art installation has been created at the High School of Dundee in remembrance of those who fell in the First World War.
Coronation Street star Antony Cotton says he has heard “jaw-dropping stories” of bravery as part of his role as an ambassador for a military charity.