Across England schools are coming up with a range of projects to help their local community learn about the First World War
Supporting projects such as these that aim to uncover hidden or unknown stories from the First World War
is particularly close to my heart as head of HLF Wales.
Thanks to money raised by national lottery players, this inspiring project will bring local people together to help reveal the history of Newcastle during the First World War
Now, Lives of the First World War
wants people to help complete these records by adding more information, facts and photos of those who opposed active service on moral, religious or political grounds.
There is also a rare opportunity to see Coventry Transport Museum's First World War
Maudslay lorry, lovingly restored from the brink of decay.
The plaque honours the bravery of Sepoy Khudadad Khan the first South Asian and Muslim recipient of the Victoria Cross Jemadar Mir Dast and Naik Shahamad Khan, who were all awarded Britain's highest award for gallantry during the First World War
100 years have passed since the outbreak of the First World War
in August 1914.
The Great War: Coventry's Story marks the centenary of the outbreak of the war, and has three strands: stories of individual soldiers, Coventry's huge contribution in war manufacturing and photographs of up to 50 of the city's surviving First World War
Why did the building and First World War
galleries need refurbishment?
THE Edinburgh Riding of the Marches will this year commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War
RHONDDA Cynon Taf Council is set to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War
Pembroke Dock district Parade Marshal David Boswell said: "The graveyard is a monument to the Army, Navy and Artillery stationed here during the First World War
8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ProQuest is launching a landmark database offering unparalleled access to rare and unique sources on the common experiences of First World War
servicemen and women.
For King and Kanata: Canadian Indians and the First World War
THE Memorial Arch, which commemorates the members of the Armed Forces from across all counties of North and mid Wales who died during the First World War
, will be open to the public during Remembrance Week.