Young people from across the Midlands have gathered at the National Memorial Arboretum to learn about the lives of British and Commonwealth Soldiers.
Around 1,000 people took part in the 2019 Remember Together Youth Festival which took place from 8th to 12th July.
The event featured workshops, tours and a closing act of remembrance, all based on the theme of the liberation of Europe during the Second World War.
The visits for children from 22 schools were funded by the Royal British Legion.
Aysha Afridi, head of heritage and learning at the National Memorial Arboretum, said: “It was inspiring to once again see the enthusiasm of the next generation as they sought to get to grips with stories of heroism at our second Youth Festival.
“Our stunning location, home to almost 30,000 maturing trees and 380 memorials, created the perfect learning environment away from the classroom where students embraced the freedom of nature as they tackled a series of challenging topics.
“We are sure that the experience will stay with them for years to come.”