Saturday, October 8, 2016 - 10:00
PRONI
Belfast
Antrim
BT3 9HQ
Day long conference looks at impact of the First World War on various fronts
Wednesday, March 2, 2016 - 13:00
Ulster Hall
34 Bedford Street
Belfast
BT2 7FF
The First World War was a watershed for women, especially in relation to new employment and enhanced voting opportunities. Carol Walker discusses how the work of the suffragettes and the contribution by women to the war made it apparent that

PRONI's January 2016 blog available to read

New blog entry from PRONI includes diary entry from Portstewart man looking forward to returning home from the Western Front

Creative Centenaries workshops at NI Science Festival

Schools can avail of animation workshops to explore the science of the Lusitania
Monday, March 21, 2016 - 19:00
St. Mary's College
191 Falls Road
Belfast
Antrim
BT12 6FE
Quincey Dougan explores the reactions and experiences of Ireland's abandoned Unionists

Descendants of Irish sailors sought for HMS Caroline launch

Last surviving vessel from the Battle of Jutland will open to the public in May 2016

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