Centenary News Videos
The New Zealand WW100 Programme Office has announced the production of a video marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Hill 60 in Gallipoli.
Author Diana Preston discusses her new book A Higher Form of Killing: Six Weeks in World War I that Forever Changed the Nature of Warfare, with Centenary News' Ashlee Godwin.
A documentary exploring Irish speaking Ulstermen during the First World War is to air on BBC 2 Northern Ireland on Sunday 29th March at 10pm.
As part of the 'Beyond the 1914-1918 Centenary' lecture series, author Gerry Docherty gave a presentation on the 'hidden history' of the Commission for the Relief of Belgium (CRB).
The Football Association of Wales has just sent through a video of its visit on 17 November 2014 to the Artillery Wood cemetery and the Wales World War One Memorial in...
Military historian Paul Reed has started filming First World War battlefields from the air for his new website WW1 Revisited.
Echoes from the Deep is a unique book and documentary chronicling the exploration of shipwrecks which were sunk during the Dardanelles Campaign.
The Royal Australian Artillery Historical Company (RAAHC) has undertaken a project to deliver an original WW1 Quick Firing 18 Pounder gun and ammunition limber complete with horse team and gun...
The First World War fighting which engulfed western Belgium 100 years ago was remembered by torchlight on October 17th 2014.
As part of the 'Beyond the 1914-1918 Centenary' lecture series, Terry Boardman considers the implications of the German invasion of Belgium and its impact on the British decision for war.
A memorial arch has been constructed in Folkestone, England, to mark its role as a major port for troops departing to the battlefields of Europe during the First World War.
Wallace and Gromit creators Aardman have made a short film, Flight of the Stories, to mark the re-opening of the Imperial War Museum's galleries in London.
The Royal British Legion has released a video which encourages people to take part in the 'lights out' mass commemoration on the 4th August 2014.
The ship Edmund Gardner, moored in Liverpool, England, has been painted in dazzle camouflage to mark the Centenary of the First World War.
The Tank Museum in Dorset, England, has opened its new First World War exhibition to mark the Centenary of the conflict: Warhorse to Horsepower.
Margaret MacMillan has delivered the Boeing Commemorative Lecture 2014 at the Australian War Memorial, where she argued that the First World War was not inevitable.
The BBC's Great War Controller, Adrian Van Klaveren, has said that programming so far has managed "to set some really important context about the Centenary".
Malta has selected a song which commemorates the Centenary of the First World War to represent it at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014.
Historian Dan Snow talks to Centenary News Deputy Editor, Peter Alhadeff, about a First World War practice battlefield discovered in undergrowth on the south coast of England.
The British Library has organised a debate focusing on the First World War in light of the upcoming Centenary, with a panel of academics discussing the conflict.
In the latest video upload from the Western Front Association & National Army Museum's 'Great War Underground' conference, Professor Peter Doyle explains the role of geologists in the conflict.
In the latest video upload from the Western Front Association & National Army Museum's 'Great War Underground' conference, Andy Prada provides "an introduction to military mining".
Centenary News has filmed The Great War Underground, a conference organised by the Western Front Association and the National Army Museum to explore the hidden world of the tunnellers who fought below ground.
The BBC has released the official launch trailer for its World War One Season, which will run from 2014 - 2018, to mark the Centenary of the conflict.
The State Library of Queensland in Australia has launched a five year programme of initiatives to commemorate the First World War and Anzac Centenary.
Artist Sylvia Bollé is marking the Centenary of the First World War with her new artwork 'My Flanders' Field', which she hopes to exhibit internationally in 2014.
The Fritt Ord Foundation is planning a programme of events to mark the Centenary of the First World War, with a series of lectures having been held in November 2013.
ProQuest is launching a new database - Trench Journals and Unit Magazines of the First World War - which will provide access to primary sources from the conflict.
Casa de la Imagen has digitised 500 stereo negatives of a previously unpublished photo archive from the First World War. The photographs were taken by a French soldier during the conflict.
The author of 1913: The World Before the Great War, Charles Emmerson, talks to Centenary News about his book and his efforts to "provide an alternative perspective" of the world in 1913.