The great war may have been destructive, but it also generated so many startling developments - in medicine, warfare, geopolitics and social relations - that its influence still resonates today. Here are 15 lasting legacies of the war.
CAPRONI IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR
Rosario Abate - Giorgio Apostolo
The most significant milestones in the development of Italian bomber aircraft, a celebration of Gianni Caproni, the foresighted constructor of those early wings, synonymous with "strategic bombing".
The complete history of this complex all-Italian aircraft from the design phase to the completion of the prototype, from the results of the first test flights until acceptance by the military administration, continuing later with the demanding phase of national production and concluding with the operational service of the various versions.
The expedition will be divided into more than 60 stages, as it "connects the places whose history is linked to the most significant moments of the First World War".
From the Stelvio to the sea, 1.500 kilometers, the stages of memory.
ALTO GARDA-"The way of memory: more than 1500 km from the Stelvio to the sea," is the title of the project of "Ta Pum" on the occasion of the centenary of the Great War.
A project born to know and understand the story through the promotion of a "path of memory" in places, from the Stelvio to the sea, scenery of the first great tragedy that last Millennium saw unfortunately protagonist 1914-1918.
Pilo riapre l'ex "Terrazze", un omaggio alla storia.
NAGO - Riapre finalmente, dopo un lungo periodo di chiusura e diverse aste comunali non andate a buon fine, l'ex "Terrazze della Luna", uno dei luoghi di ritrovo più in voga negli anni Duemila e rimasto chiuso da alcune stagioni anche per la difficoltà incontrata dalla proprietà - il comune di Nago-Torbole - di fronte ad un concreto progetto di rilancio di un luogo di importanza storica non solo per Nago ma per tutto l'Alto Garda.