Belfast jeweller remembered for sniper scopes

A jewellers at Donegall Place in Belfast was once responsible for producing sniper sights for the 36th (Ulster) Division for use in the First World War. The establishment, known as

European landscape still shows signs of war

Key locations from across Europe have been photographed to show how the impact of the First World War can still be seen today. Irish photographer Michael St. Maur Sheil has

Poster exhibition opens at Ulster Museum

Collection of posters explores enlistment and other activities

Podcasts explore Irish life during WW1

BBC podcasts examine spaces and places from across Ireland during the First World War
Monday, June 30, 2014 - 12:30
PRONI
2 Titanic Boulevard
Belfast
Antrim
BT3 9HQ
Lunch time poetry reading explores war time correspondence
Saturday, June 14, 2014 (All day)
Belfast City Hall
Donegall Sqaure
Belfast
Antrim
BT1 5GS
Day long conference to look at events in Ireland leading to outbreak of the First World War
Monday, June 2, 2014 - 22:00 to Friday, May 1, 2015 - 17:00
Ulster Museum
Botanic Gardens
Belfast
Antrim
BT9 5AB
Ulster Museum hosts 'Answer The Call', an exhibition of First World War posters

Letters reveal Willie Redmond's pride of fighting Irish men

'They never forgot Ireland but sang her songs all the time'
Saturday, June 7, 2014 -
10:30 to 15:30
Newry & Mourne Museum
Castle Street
Newry
Down
BT34 2DA
First World War conference to look at impact on County Down

Ulster Division war diaries among newly released digital archives

Wheelbarrow racing and pillow fights among activities used to boost morale, new diaries reveal

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