100 years ago, this month, men staggered off a barren battlefield triumphant yet shattered – both physically and mentally. Exhausted beyond belief, suffering disease and injury. And they were the lucky ones. Under their feet, sucked down into the quagmire of the muddy ground and flooded trenches lay the bodies of their comrades – men who would not be returning home to loved ones. There were many, too many of these fallen soldiers. Was the victory worth the extortionate cost of lives? The heartbreak?