Serbian magazine reports that memorial to Archduke's assassin was given to Hitler as birthday present
A news magazine in Belgrade publishes a picture showing Hitler being given a memorial stone that commemorated Princip, the assassin of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Sir Max Hastings: UK's Centenary must explain that the First World War "was ghastly, but it was not futile"
On the BBC current affairs programme, The Daily Politics, Sir Max Hastings and Dr. Andrew Murrison MP took part in a discussion about plans to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War.
Heritage Lottery Fund announces £51,000 for First World War projects across Lancashire and Greater Manchester, EnglandMinister Helen Grant (centre) on a tour of the Fusilier Museum in Bury
Britain's Minister for Sport, Tourism and Equalities, Helen Grant, has announced £51,000 of Heritage Lottery Fund support for six First World War projects.
The Ambassador of Ireland to the Kingdom of Belgium, Eamonn Mac Aodha, will host a reception today launching the Embassy of Ireland's First World War Centenary programme.
Archive of Serbia and National Assembly plan to tackle “100 times repeated lie” of Serbia’s First World War guilt with 2014 exhibitionsNational Assembly of Serbia Speaker, Dr. Menjsa Stefanovic, signs 'Protocol of Cooperation' with Archive of Serbia
The Archive of Serbia & National Assembly of Serbia launched the first in a series of exhibitions on First World War documents in November.
The Belarusian Telegraph Agency reports that a memorial park will be opened in the town of Smorgon to mark the First World War Centenary.
The Royal Mint has announced that it will produce a five year coin series to mark the Centenary of the First World War.
London Transport Museum calls for family stories about First World War bus drivers for Centenary project
The London Transport Museum plans to mark the Centenary of the outbreak of the First World War by collecting stories about wartime bus drivers.
La Voix du Nord reports that the towns of Douai in France and Recklinghausen in Germany are planning a joint Centenary exhibition.
The French Minister for Veterans' Affairs, Kader Arif, has visited New Zealand for talks aimed at strengthening educational and cultural ties during the First World War Centenary commemorations.
BBC News reports that 'sacred soil' from Belgian First World War battlefields, which was presented to the UK at a ceremony in Ypres, arrived at the Guards Museum on the 30th November 2013.
BBC News reports on the arrival of soil from First World War Belgian battlefields which will be used for a Centenary memorial garden at Wellington Barracks, London.
The forthcoming Centenary of the First World War, and the crucial role of railways in the conflict, have been highlighted at one of Britain's biggest model railway shows.
The Somme Association has announced that during roadworks and improvements at the Ulster Tower, First World War remains were discovered.
The National Library of Wales has launched a digital archive entitled The Welsh Experience of the First World War.
More than one hundred collection points across France were visited by people in November 2013 as part of a project to collect material related to the First World War.
Codehesive has developed an online interactive resource which provides information about the number of Commonwealth soldiers who died during the First World War.
The Australian War Memorial's new First World War exhibition - Anzac Voices - opens on the 29th November 2013.
News Track India reports that Princess Astrid of Belgium has paid tribute to First World War soldiers as she leads a trade delegation to India.
The French Ministry of Defence has developed a First World War online portal to aid those carrying out research into the conflict.
As the Centenary of the First World War approaches, many independent and community based projects to mark the conflict are emerging.
National Historic Ships UK has received a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £64,700 for its project War and the Sea – A Maritime Centenary.
Centenary News contributor Dan Hayes reports on how the garrison of Fort Loncin, near Liège, secured an enduring place in Belgian history.
Jeremy Paxman has told Bucks Free Press that he "wasn't calling [British Prime Minister] David Cameron an idiot" in relation to the First World War Centenary.
National World War I Museum's new Director of Strategic Engagement to oversee Centennial commemorations
The National World War I Museum in Kansas City has appointed Linda Trout as its new Director of Strategic Engagement.
Nottingham City Council announces a programme of events and activities entitled Trent to Trenches to mark the Centenary of the First World War.
An article in The Independent highlights concerns that the First World War Centenary "is set to trigger a boom in the underworld memorabilia market".
ANZAC Ultra will stage a seven day footrace to commemorate the Centenary of the ANZACs landing at Gallipoli in 1915.
In an interview with Deutsche Welle, Professor Jay M. Winter explains how the First World War changed the culture of grieving, and how that legacy is present in modern day mourning.
The British PM, David Cameron, has announced that Commonwealth soldiers who fought during the First World War and were awarded a Victoria Cross will be honoured during the Centenary.
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