The Trench Detectives recover a body of a Scottish soldier, sent into battle after chlorine gas blew back at the Allies' own lines in September 1915.
Weary from the Eastern Front, German officers sought R&R in a French hunting lodge, turning their guns on wildlife.
The Trench Detectives find a body buried with care, where so many were lost or dumped into shallow graves.
Trench detectives uncover artifacts, including a German mess tin, in the Regina Trench.
The landship stunned Germany in the Great War, but the creation of the tank was the fulfillment of a dream.
A mystery is uncovered in a once beautiful Belgian village, which played a critical role in the final days of WWI.
The Trench Detectives discover a desperate act of bravery that stopped the German advance in the spring of 1918.
The Trench Detectives discover a Canadian soldier in a `trench mortar pit' and uncover the moving Dickensian story of a "Barnardo Boy."
A team of archeologists, forensic experts, and historians travel to the front lines of the Battle of the Somme.
The Northern Belgium farmlands hold the final resting place of some of the fallen of the First World War.
Forensic scientists find the remains of three soldiers.
The team goes to Northern Belgium to excavate the site of the battle of Passchendaele.
Archeologists, historians, and forensic experts excavate the lip of a giant crater created by a massive underground explosion.