On the morning of the 28th of June 1914, two pistol shots fired in a Sarajevo street had plunged the world into war.
A little over four years later the guns finally fell silent. An armistice had been agreed. Now the surviving soldiers, sailors and airmen could return home and resume their lives. For some it wouldn't be as simple as that, though. For some there were still battles to be fought - even if they couldn't fight them for themselves.
As a tribute to those who served during the years 1914-1918 - on the Home Front or at Front Line - Commando has produced a series of stories of characters caught up in the tumult of the First World War. None of them are real people but we'd like to think that the experiences they have will not be a million miles from what actually happened to so many.
Over the last 11 months, Jimmy Lomas has been selling newspapers to passing servicemen from his pitch on the railway station. Now, finally, he has been called up and pitched into action in the trenches. How will he fare in this most hostile of environments, facing angers he could only imagine from the snippets passed to him by his uniformed customers.
Calum Laird, Commando Editor
Our Great Warriors series is now finished. We have enjoyed putting it together for you and hope that you've enjoyed it too. Perhaps you'd like us to do other series like this, perhaps not. Either way, let us know it's always good to hear from you.