An exhibition is opening at the Collins Barracks branch of the National Museum of Ireland as part of the Decade of Centenaries programme, which commemorates the involvement of Irish men and women in the First World War.
Exhibition Opening at the Museum of Ireland: 'Recovered Voices- Stories of the Irish at War 1914 - 1915'
An exhibition of photographs in Miami by the Italian artist Luca Artioli, showing the remains of trenches on the Alpine Front, is on display until April 5th 2015.
The Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Portugal has issued a call for papers for its upcoming conference on Tourism, Leisure and War, which will be held from June 25th-27th 2015.
A trunk containing the belongings of a British First World War soldier has been found at a school in the UK town of Letchworth, after lying forgotten for decades.
An exhibition devoted to the music and sounds of 1914-18 has been extended at the Museum of the Great War in Péronne, close to the Somme battlefields of northern France.
Katherine Quinlan-Flatter reports from Germany on the discoveries which have inspired her to launch a new website devoted to the war experiences of the Kiefer brothers from Ettlingen, near Karlsruhe.
British warships sank the German cruiser, SMS Blücher, during the Battle of Dogger Bank on January 24th 1915.
The passenger liner Lusitania, sunk by a German U-boat on May 7th 1915, will be commemorated with a series of events in the Irish port of Cobh, starting on February 1st 2015.
An exhibition which celebrates the contribution of women from Australia and New Zealand who served in the First World War will be launched in Geelong, Victoria on February 20th 2015.
The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts has opened 'India and the First World War - Commemorating 100 years of the Great War 1914-1918', a photographic exhibition about Indian soldiers who fought for Britain in WWI
The last permanent home of the celebrated First World War poet, Lieutenant Wilfred Owen MC, has been listed as a Grade II protected building by British Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey.
David Crampin has shared with Centenary News a piece about the troopship Royal Edward and his campaign to ensure the men who gave their lives receive equal and just recognition.
The victims of the first air raid on Britain, carried out by German Zeppelins during the First World War, were remembered in the Norfolk town of Great Yarmouth on January 19th 2015.
Descendants of the Galipoli campaign have been invited by the British government to take part in a commemoration event - to be held in London in April 2015
Britain came under attack from the air for the first time on January 19th 1915, when German Zeppelins raided the Norfolk coast, killing four people.
Latest Book Review: A Game in Hell - The Great War in Russia , by John E. Bowlt, Nicoletta Misler & Elena Sudakova
Centenary News Review: A Game in Hell is a stunning visual record of how Russia saw the First World War. Many of the posters, prints, cartoons and photos are published for the first time. Accompanied by expert commentaries, they are a valuable reminder that Tsarist Russia was among the main players in a war almost banished from history after the 1917 Bolshevik revolution.
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President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau led a commemoration ceremony on December 31st 2014 in honour of the Fijians who served in World War I.
The Great War Centenary Association - Brantford, Brant County, Six Nations in Ontario, Canada - has launched its new website, 'Doing Our Bit', to document the community's involvement during the First World War.
Susan Werbe has attended three World War I exhibitions in her hometown of Boston, Massachusetts and has written her reflections in a feature for Centenary News.
The worst rail crash in UK history will be remembered as part of Scotland's First World War Centenary commemorations in 2015.
The 100th anniversary of the first Zeppelin air raids on the UK will be remembered at events in Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn on January 19th 2015.
The latest Centennial Countdown posting by the American First World War blogger Dennis Cross - covering December 1914.
The Centenary is being marked in Turkey with an exhibition of First World War Ottoman documents and memorabilia at Koç University's Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations in Istanbul.
Pupils from a British school have visited Gallipoli as part of a new education programme marking the 100th anniversary of the Allied landings in Turkey in 1915.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has announced a major project to restore the Thiepval Memorial in France in readiness for the Battle of the Somme Centenary in 2016.
It took just a month for the realities of war to strike home for Captain Cuthbert Lucas. Here, in a third extract for Centenary News from his letters home, he describes the increasingly desperate conditions his 'Biscuit Boys' were facing.
Centenary News looks ahead to some of the major First World War anniversaries which will be remembered in 2015.
Pictures taken by the Centenary News team recall some of the many events in 2014 which marked the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.
The historic ceasefires along the Western Front, today remembered as the Christmas truce, started on Christmas Day 1914 when gunfire briefly gave way to gifts and greetings in 'no-man's land.'
German and British street artists have worked together on twinned projects in London and Berlin to mark the 100th anniversary of the 1914 Christmas truce.
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