Ahead of the Somme Centenary, Imperial War Museums is appealing for help to complete the stories of soldiers who fought in the 1916 battle on its digital memorial, Lives of the First World War.
France's Nord Département is inviting applications from local Great War projects seeking endorsement by the Centenary partnership, Mission Centenaire, in 2016.
Australia and New Zealand are to hold commemorations in August 2015 marking the 100th anniversary of the last major Allied offensive at Gallipoli.
The Tower of London poppy sculptures will begin a First World War Centenary tour of the UK in northern England in autumn 2015.
Two First World War sound mirrors can now be seen on Engand's Kent coast as part of a newly-opened National Trust site exploring Second World War tunnels.
The 30,000th sounding of the Last Post at the Menin Gate in July 2015, reminded Dr Viv Newman of the unveiling ceremonies held in Ypres on July 24th 1927. In an article for Centenary News, she explains how one very special group attended the unveiling.
The Australian War Memorial has acquired a rare collection of portraits by an Australian artist whose work was inspired by her own loss during the First World War.
Britain's RAF Museum has been awarded a lottery grant of almost £5million to take forward the next phase of its centenary programme, “The First 100 Years”.
British and Indian forces advancing into Turkish-ruled Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq) took the town of Nasiriyah on July 24th 1915.
The New South Wales Government has unveiled plans for the redevelopment of the Anzac Memorial in Sydney, including a new water feature and educational centre.
Forces veterans tell Centenary News about their project to commemorate First World War troops from Trinidad & Tobago on the dates they died.
Britain's Royal Navy has paid tribute to Lieutenant Commander Martin Dunbar-Nasmith, who was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions during the Gallipoli Campaign.
A restored British warship from the Gallipoli campaign officially opens on August 6th 2015, the centenary of the last major Allied offensive at Gallipoli.
First details have been announced of commemorations in France to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Loos, fought in September/October 1915.
Entry to the Somme commemoration service at Lochnagar Crater on July 1st 2016 is to be restricted to 5,000 ticket holders for safety reasons.
Centenary News writer, Katherine Quinlan-Flatter, describes how her research into the life of a young German doctor at the Western Front has led her to rediscover an undeveloped film of the last days of the war in a German archive.
Academics gather in Brussels in October 2015 for an international conference focussing on the First World War as a key event in the development of the European nation state.
Hungary's role in the First World War is explored in a Centenary exhibition which has opened in Budapest.
Worldwide tributes accompanied the 30,000th sounding of the Last Post at the Menin Gate, in Ypres, on July 9th 2015.
The buglers of Ypres will sound the 30,000th Last Post tonight, with the event streamed live worldwide.
Surgical techniques pioneered during the First World War to reconstruct faces shattered by injury are explored in a new exhibition at France's Museum of the Great War in Péronne.
More than 150 fire stations and other organisations worldwide have announced events on Thursday (July 9th) marking the 30,000th sounding of the Last Post at the Menin Gate, Ypres.
Centenary News reports from a ceremony in London honouring the first British merchant seafarer to win the Victoria Cross during the Great War.
The UK's Heritage Lottery Fund is making an extra £4 million available for community projects exploring, conserving and sharing local heritage of the First World War.
The UK Government says 8,000 free tickets will be balloted for next year's commemorations at Thiepval marking the Battle of the Somme Centenary.
On the 99th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, a ballot has been announced for next year's Centenary commemorations at the Thiepval Memorial in France.
The latest Centennial Countdown posting by the American First World War blogger Dennis Cross - covering June 1915.
The names of hundreds of thousands of seafarers who kept Britain supplied in 1915, the first full year of the Great War, can be searched online for the first time.
A musical telling the story of a British officer and his soldiers who drowned at sea off Gallipoli is being performed at the St James Theatre, London, from June 30th-July 11th 2015.
A propeller from a submarine sunk off the English coast in March 1915 has been returned to the German Navy.
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