Remembering the fallen, 100 years on: How regional newspapers marked the anniversary of the First World War

A graphic used by Trinity Mirror’s regional titles on Twitter and Facebook to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War

As any photographer will tell you, the right picture will speak many more than just 1,000 words. Today was one of those days when the right picture would do just that – remembering the 100th anniversary of Britain’s entry into ‘The Great War.’

Perhaps the most special thing printed newspapers can do which their digital versions are yet to be known for is summing up an opinion, mood or moment in time with a design which lives long in the memory.

Many regional newspapers in England and Wales today demonstrated that with a remarkable collection of front pages, some of which I have put together in the gallery below:

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