Trench signs made by British soldiers are displayed as part of an exhibit in the new "First World War Galleries" after major redevelopment works
Trench signs made by British soldiers are displayed as part of an exhibit in the new "First World War Galleries" after major redevelopment works at the Imperial War Museum during a press preview event in London, Wednesday, July 16, 2014. The museum reopens Saturday after a six-month closure for a 40 million pound ($70 million) renovation timed to mark the centenary of World War I. The museum was founded in 1917, as the war still raged, to preserve the stories of those who were fighting and dying. It retains that goal, as well its archaic name, relic of a long-gone British Empire. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) (Matt Dunham/AP)