Writers invent new literary form to give voice to those who lived through first world war

Their stories may be passing out of living memory, but the voices of those who lived and died during the first world war are being kept alive in a major literary project to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice.

Each day over the 100 days from 5 August until 12 November, one 100-word piece of prose based on the life of a real individual will be published as part of the 100 Days project, covering the centenary of the hundred days offensive.

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