Centenary News profiles Lens' 14-18 - Centre d'Histoire Guerre et Paix, a museum opened in 2015 to remember all those who fought in Northern France during the Great War.
Britain's Royal Navy Museum has started a crowdfunding campaign to raise £25,000 for restoring a sketch of Jack Cornwell, the 16-year-old sailor posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross after the Battle of Jutland.
The heroism of a British soldier awarded the Victoria Cross for rescuing a wounded comrade under fire at Gallipoli is remembered on a new memorial in his home town of Reading.
On November 24th 1915.The Bystander magazine in London published the latest contribution from soldier-cartoonist Bruce Bairnsfather. His drawing, with its caption - “Well, if you knows of a better ‘ole, go to it!” - would become one of the most well-known and enduring cartoons of all time. Mark Warby tells its story.
As part of its centennial “In Flanders Fields Events”, Flanders House hosted a book presentation of Harlem’s Rattlers and the Great War (2014) in its Times Square, Manhattan office on November 17th.
British and Indian troops were halted in their march towards Baghdad at the Battle of Ctesiphon from November 22nd-25th 1915.
Public vigils will be held overnight in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland on June 30th 2016 to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
Britain's War Minister, Lord Kitchener, visited Gallipoli and Winston Churchill left the Government in November 1915 amid fading support for the Dardanelles campaign.
Volunteers creating a memorial to the crew of a British warship sunk off Orkney in June 1916 will also include the names of nine more men, lost on a mine-sweeping vessel days later.
The ballot closes today (November 18th) for tickets to attend next year's Battle of the Somme Centenary commemorations at the Thiepval Memorial in France.
Newly-formed Latvian units went into action with the Imperial Russian Army 100 years ago to resist a German push. Patrick Gregory has recently visited the Baltic, and tells the story of the Latvian Rifles.
A new app explores First World War sites at the centre of events in the Béthune area of Northern France a century ago.
Armistice Day has been observed with moments of silence and the laying of wreaths in countries around the world.
Poppies have again been screened onto the UK Parliament's BIg Ben clock tower for Remembrance Sunday, focussing this year on the battles of 1915.
The 97th anniversary of the Armistice ending the Great War will be marked with commemorations across the world on Wednesday November 11th 2015.
The latest Centennial Countdown posting by the American First World War blogger Dennis Cross - covering October 1915.
A group of national newspapers in the UK have given prominent coverage to comments made in 2013 by Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the British Labour Party - in which he talks about the UK government spending "shedloads of money" on the centenary of the war.
The fate of millions of First World War refugees will be explored at a conference in Italy from November 4-6 as Europe again struggles with a humanitarian emergency.
Tickets can now be requested for admission to the Lochnagar Crater centenary ceremony on July 1st 2016, organisers have announced.
New Zealand has released its latest interactive guide to First World War battlefields of significance for New Zealanders, this time exploring the Western Front.
Centenary News visits a new exhibition in London, paying tribute to 'Tubby' Clayton and Talbot House, the 'home from home' he created for British soldiers behind the lines in Belgium in 1915.
An exhibition paying tribute to Serbia's First World War soldiers has just opened at the Serbian Cultural Centre in Paris, running until November 14th 2015.
Students from two schools in Edinburgh have visited the Gallipoli battlefields on a second tour organised by the UK-based Gallipoli Centenary Education Project.
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta has visited Douaumont to remember soldiers from Mali who were killed fighting for France at the Battle of Verdun in 1916.
Britain's National Museum of the Royal Navy has announced a major exhibition next year marking the centenary of the Battle of Jutland.
The war effort of the small Pacific island of Niue is being remembered, a century after 150 men sailed to join New Zealand's forces in 1915.
Scientists have captured the 'most detailed images ever' of First World War shipwrecks in the Irish Sea, says Ulster University's Dr Ruth Plets who has led a survey marking the Centenary.
General Sir Ian Hamilton, British commander-in-chief at Gallipoli, was recalled on October 16th 1915 amid arguments about the future of the campaign.
The major First World War battles of 1916 will be the focus for an international conference hosted by French Centenary organisation Mission Centenaire 14-18 and its Scientific Council in June 2016.
British and German ships are to lay wreaths in the North Sea and Orkney will host commemorations as part of the UK's plans, announced today, to mark the Battle of Jutland Centenary on May 31st 2016.
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