The British Film Institute's First World War commemorations continue with a special screening of The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands, an epic recreation of two key naval battles 100 years ago.
The 100th anniversary of the battles known as the 'Race to the Sea' will be remembered with a historical re-enactment in the French town of Armentières in October 2014.
The Jewish Museum in Prague focuses on Jewish refugees who fled the Eastern Front with an exhibition running until February 1st 2015.
Thousands of flaming torches will light up the former Western Front in Belgium on October 17th 2014, commemorating the line as it stood 100 years ago.
Sir Fabian Ware, founder of the Imperial War Graves Commission, has been honoured today (September 25th 2014) with the unveiling of an English Heritage blue plaque at his former London home.
An exhibition examining artistic and literary responses to the horrors suffered by First World War soldiers can be seen at the Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, until December 13th 2014.
London Transport Museum's 1914 'Battle Bus' took part in the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate, Ypres, on September 20th 2014 as part of its Centenary tour.
Angela Walker, a retired teacher from Leicester in the UK, has started a blog featuring the daily entries of a diary kept by her grandfather - who was posted to France between 1914 and 1916 with the Royal Army Medical Corps.
A pair of stone lions from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra will be lent to Canada for a First World War Centenary exhibition.
Today (September 22nd 2014) marks the 100th anniversary of attacks by German warships in the Bay of Bengal, the Pacific Ocean and the North Sea.
The legacy of one of the First World War’s best known pieces of literature has been re-imagined in a stark new way. Article by CN writer Christopher J Harvie.
East Belfast & The Great War, a First World War commemoration project, has just announced the first date in a series of ‘Military Antiques Roadshows’.
London Transport Museum's restored First World War bus has set off on a tour of the former battlefields of Flanders and France.
Paul Kendall reports for Centenary News on events in France marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Aisne, where trench warfare started in September 1914.
The Great War, as seen through both the fine and popular arts, is the theme of a Centenary exhibition which runs at the Morley Gallery in London until October 2nd 2014.
The Wilfred Owen Association has announced the winners of its International Poetry Competition, held in memory of the First World War soldier and poet, Wilfred Owen.
Pope Francis has used a First World War Centenary pilgrimage to warn of the dangers of a third global conflict.
The Imperial War Museum is embarking on a new venture to display its First World War collection to a world audience.
The French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, has led commemorations marking the centenary of the Battle of the Marne.
The Battle of the Aisne was fought 100 years ago as German troops pulled backed across northeastern France.
Dr Jillian Davidson attended the “Perspectives on the Great War”, an international conference held at Queen Mary, University of London in August 2014 - and has sent this report.
Flanders House New York and the Arts in the Armed Forces organised a commemorative arts event on August 4th 2014. Josef Goodman went to the performance, and has written this report for Centenary News.
A lecture series for the Burlington Historical Society, in Ontario, Canada, looks back at the beginning of WWI. Centenary News writer Christopher J Harvie attended the opening of the series event - and sent this report.
The latest Centennial Countdown posting by the American First World War blogger Dennis Cross - covering August 1914.
The Battle of the Marne started on September 5th 1914 with French and British forces launching a counterattack against the German army.
The Chateau which hosted a historic meeting between the British and French military commanders, as the Battle of the Marne was getting under way, is specially open to the public for a weekend of Centenary remembrance.
A black American soldier could finally be decorated with his country's highest bravery medal, almost a century after his heroic actions during the First World War.
A two-day programme of commemorations is planned in Maubeuge to mark the siege of the French town by German troops in 1914.
New Zealand has held commemorations to mark the occupation of Samoa at the start of the First World War.
The spread of the First World War to East Africa has been remembered with a series of Centenary events in Kenya.
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