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100 years since the Battle of Jutland: UK exhibitions mark the greatest sea battle of the First World War
Exhibitions, installations, events and web projects are being launched across the UK to mark 100 years since the Battle of Jutland, on May 31 1916.
On the first anniversary of a fire at a Surrey National Trust house which destroyed a First World War football, re-enactors will embark on a two-day march with an Edwardian-style replica.
The battles of Verdun, Jutland and the Somme left a mass of untold stories and uncelebrated individuals behind. These ten objects help tell some of those tales.
Win a copy of Jutland 1916: Twelve Hours to Win the War, the new book by Angus Konstam telling the story of the largest naval battle of the First World War.
A selection of previously unseen artworks by Dave McKean have been revealed in advance of the world premiere performance of the artist's Black Dog – the Dreams of Paul Nash in Cumbria in May.
Within months of World War One breaking out, it became clear that recruiting enough volunteers to win the war was a huge task. Ahead of a new exhibition in Bath, see some of the persuasive posters......
From the Boer War of more than a century ago to the first World Conference on Women, held in Mexico in 1975, here are six images from the London School of Economics' new exhibition.
The big guns: Arsenal of B98 German destroyer from World War One Battle of Jutland heads to Portsmouth
The large deck gun from the German B98 destroyer, used at the Battle of Jutland, is heading to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard alongside a gun from HMS Opal, which also took part in the battle.
"Mental cases", parasites, brandy injections and food complaints: First World War hospital ship diaries go online
Setting up hospitals in battlegrounds and out at sea created a variety of challenges, as a new set of more than 200 diaries, put online by The National Archives, illustrate.
This is the moment when the mother of John Travers Cornwell – otherwise known as Jack or Boy Cornwell – was informed that he would receive a posthumous Victoria Cross.
Search for World War Two Spitfire, crashed by pilot during routine flight in 1940, begins in Cambridgeshire
A week-long excavation to unearth a Mark 1 Spitfire which crashed on a routine training flight during the Second World War has begun on the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
The Chimp who went to War: This chimpanzee accompanied a skirt-wearing, tattooed commander on an epic World War I mission
See pictures of a First World War chimpanzee, Josephine, and eating from a spoon and having her hair preened as part of a British Admiralty journey from Twickenham to Africa.