If you are interested in the events leading to and during the war I recommend the above. Indie Neidel and crew do a weekly news report type update about events of the week. He also does additional reports on other topics related to the war, leaders, kings, et. al. All is described by narration, photographs and maps.
Once one “gets past” the suffering, death, and dismemberment it is clear that WW1 was a time of tectonic shift in military strategy and tactics from the latter 19th century to modern warfare because of new technology, cultural upheaval and destruction, and political change and collapse. Populations were displaced and starvation and disease were common during the war and afterwards.