First World War
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Ensigns from the First World War Battle of Jutland, some damaged in battle, have been unveiled together at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth for the first time since 1916.
Archaeologists working on Ministry of Defence land used by soldiers preparing for the Battle of the Somme say the camouflaged trenches would have originally been used during the First World War.
Scrapbooks compiled by an Edinburgh family during the First World War are being published online thanks to detective work by Edinburgh library staff.
"Lucky" First Wold War ship HMS M.33 is due to open to the public as a unique multimedia experience telling the story of the disastrous Gallipoli Campaign.
100-year-old documents, transcribed by an army of volunteers, are revealing the lives and heroic deeds of merchant seamen during the First World War.
A memorial Victoria Cross paving stone will be laid this weekend in Islington to remember Master Frederick Parslow who died as captain of the SS Anglo Californian, which was attacked by a German......
Tickets for a special centenary commemoration of the Battle of the Somme next year will be distributed by a public ballot on September 15.
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Work to restore the Kitchener Memorial, marking the death of the Secretary of War on HMS Hampshire in 1916, begins as fundraising for a memorial with names of 736 crew lost with him continues.
Historic ambulance train transformation on track for National Railway Museum commemoration of Battle of Somme
The National railway Museum in York is restoring a First World War ambulance train in time for the July 2016 anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.
A First World War structure built as an early warning device against Zeppelin attacks has re-opened to the public in Sunderland following a £68,000 restoration by Historic England.
A new plaque in Stoke Newington has been unveiled to commemorate the first bombs dropped on London during the First World War.