The UK National Archives mark the Battle of Loos Centenary with the online release of diaries shedding light on the tactics and decisions of top military commanders.
The exhibition, called 'Jutland: the Battle and its Legacies', will run from 20 May 2016 to 2018.
The British Library has selected Centenary News to include in its UK Web Archive, containing websites of "cultural and historical significance".
Commemorations have been taking place in France to remember the Battle of Loos, fought as part of Allied Western Front offensives in autumn 1915.
Princess Anne from the UK and Belgium's Princess Astrid are to attend commemorations in Brussels honouring the executed First World War nurse, Edith Cavell.
Public reaction to a recent BBC News item featuring Dr Bryce Evans’ research on national kitchens has convinced the historian that the British approach to communal feeding in the First World War can have a contemporary impact.
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'Mary Borden is one of the most remarkable writers of the First World War. Being positioned so close to the front lines gave her a unique experience of war that transfers to her poetry and prose. This collection of Borden's poetry, chosen by Paul O'Prey, sheds new light on her war experience and demonstrates the passionate and 'erotic' side of her.'
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The latest Centennial Countdown posting by the American First World War blogger Dennis Cross - covering September 1915.
An exhibition about the work of Ernest Hemingway has opened in New York - at the Morgan Library and Museum in Manhattan. Centenary News writer Jillian Davidson visited the exhibition, and describes how the First World war had a major impact on the writer.
In July 2015, Centenary News was contacted by a TV company researching a documentary about Mametz Wood. Katherine Quinlan-Flatter with Louise Bray descibe how this led to one of Katherine's German contacts being interviewed for the programme.
An online ballot opens today (September 28th 2015) for tickets to attend next year's Thiepval commemorations marking the Battle of the Somme Centenary.
British and Indian forces captured the town of Kut al-Amara on September 28th 1915 during their advance up the Tigris Valley towards Baghdad.
Centenary News reports from Dundee on Scotland's commemorations, attended by Prince Charles and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, marking the Centenary of the Battle of Loos.
The offensives that started on September 25th 1915 were the Second Battle of Champagne, the Third Battle of Artois and the Battle of Loos.
A British soldier's description of the Battle of Loos has been republished for the Centenary by the charity, Blind Veterans UK.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has launched a remembrance trail for visitors to the battlefields of Loos ahead of this week's Centenary commemorations.
The medals of Australia’s most decorated First World War soldier are to go on display at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
There's clear evidence that Edith Cavell's close associates were involved in gathering intelligence, says a former head of Britain's security service in a BBC programme.
One of the more unusual operations of the First World War is the focus for a family event at the UK National Archives in London on October 3rd 2015.
A new exhibition at France's National Maritime Museum in Toulon invites visitors to discover the 'still unknown' role of sea power during the First World War.
Prince Charles and Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, are to attend the Battle of Loos centenary commemorations in Dundee on September 26th 2015.
Three British soldiers of the First World War have been buried at Commonwealth cemeteries after the discovery of their remains in France.
French and German school students are being invited to take part in a joint project reflecting on the historic significance of the Battle of Verdun in 1916.
Centenary News takes a first look at commemorations coming up in October 2015 to mark the centenary of the execution of the British nurse, Edith Cavell, in occupied Belgium during WW1.
Centenary News highlights forthcoming events at Norwich Cathedral in this preview of UK commemorations marking the centenary of Edith Cavell's execution in occupied Belgium.
A Western Front Association conference in Cork will consider the impact of the First World War on Ireland and its legacy.
Russia entered September 1915 with Tsar Nicholas II as the new commander-in-chief of his armies, replacing Grand Duke Nicholas, a fellow member of the royal family.
The sinking of the transatlantic liner Lusitania 100 years ago was remembered at the UK's Merchant Navy Day commemorative service in London on September 6th 2015.
Ensigns flown by British warships at the Battle of Jutland are being readied for display as part of a major centenary exhibition at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in 2016.
More details have been announced of commemorations in Northern France marking the centenary of the Battle of Loos in September/October 2015.
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