The Archive of Serbia - the country's national archive - has opened a new exhibition to mark the Centenary of the First World War.
The wills of 26,000 Scottish soldiers who died in the First World War are to be made available by the National Records of Scotland via ScotlandsPeople.
An ice sculpture of a First World War Canadian "troop train" was unveiled at the annual Winterlude ice sculpture illumination ceremony in Ottawa this February.
A practice battlefield used to train soldiers before they were sent to the Western Front has been discovered on England's South Coast after being hidden for decades in dense undergrowth.
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The Czech Republic's state broadcaster - Česká Televize - has commissioned a twelve part documentary series exploring the country's experience of the First World War
Senior figures in the Church of England differed widely in their reactions to the First World War, says the author of a republished history of the wartime church.
The National World War I Museum in Kansas City, USA, is holding a special exhibition which will explore how the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in June 1914 left the world "on the brink" of war.
Sevim Dağdelen, MP for the German political party Die Linke - 'The Left' - has criticised Germany for a lack of plans to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War.
A special exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London explores the horror and tragedy of the First World War in the faces of those who fought and died.
As part of the BBC's World War One season to mark the Centenary, historians Sir Max Hastings and Niall Ferguson have laid out different viewpoints on Britain's role in the conflict.
The British Library has organised a debate focusing on the First World War in light of the upcoming Centenary, with a panel of academics discussing the conflict.
Wellington College in England is organising a conference entitled: 'Schools and the Great War Centenary: How Schools Should Best Prepare', with speakers including the UK's Special Representative for the Centenary, Sir Hew Strachan and Jeremy Paxman.
The Royal Museum of the Army and Military History in Brussels has opened a major exhibition to mark the Centenary of the First World War.
Stories of First World War soldiers from the German town of Ettlingen are being told by a website using documents and photos in the local archives.
The Globe and Mail reports that the Canadian Department of National Defence is concerned that it could face a "backlash" over its spending plans to mark the Centenary of the First World War and the 75th anniversary of the Second World War.
Belgian and German historians are set to discuss topics ranging from forced labour to cultural heritage during the First World War.
The National Gallery of Canada will be marking the Centenary of the outbreak of the First World War with an exhibition exploring the role of photography during the conflict.
Southwark Cathedral in London will host the launch of the reprint of The Church of England and the First World War, by Canon Alan Wilkinson.
Sing UK is bringing together a chorus of young people from four of the former combatant nations of the First World War - Belgium, England, France and Germany - for a special Centenary concert.
Australia has joined Canada and the UK in launching a commemorative coin to mark the Centenary of the First World War.
The Great War Africa Association and The International Network for the Study of the Great War in Africa are organising The Great War in Africa conference.
Centenary News Deputy Editor, Mike Swain, reports from a debate held in Whitehall, London, on the First World War Centenary and whether it is relevant to our lives today.
The Australian War Memorial has announced a series of events and exhibitions to mark the Centenary of the First World War, which will include the names of Australia's First World War dead being projected onto the Memorial.
An exhibition at the Weltmuseum in Vienna, Austria, will explore a ten month world trip that Archduke Franz Ferdinand made in 1892-93.
The BBC has given a taste of some of the stories about life on the UK home front which will feature in a major First World War series running on BBC local radio and regional television.
Mike Swain reports on a new exhibition of letters - written by students to their professor during the First World War - which is being held at the University of Manchester's John Rylands Library.
Cross & Cockade International is holding its 2014 Seminar - which will commemorate the early years of the First World War in the air.
The Franschhoek Literary Festival, which is held annually in South Africa, will mark the Centenary of the outbreak of the First World War as it is joined by historians Margaret Macmillan and Norman Stone.
Postgraduate poetry student Christian Groves asks whether seeing the First World War through Wilfred Owen's poems masks the true fighting spirit and patriotic passion of those who fought.
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