Foreign Office to tweet First World War events

Live tweeting of key events begins with the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand

Real life Baldrick was born in Derry

Blackadder's Private Baldrick based on real person from northwest

'Shot at Dawn' photographic series recalls WW1 executions

Photographer revisits the British army execution sites of the First World War

New film tells story of Easter Rising

Docudrama film attempts to tell new stories of the Easter Rising

First World War heads in rap music battle

Tongue in cheek video raps the story of how First World War broke out

Facebook character relives his First World War

Fictional character reliving First World War experiences through Facebook

First World War cartoon mural to go on display

Large scale cartoon mural depicting Battle of the Somme to be unveiled in Paris

Upcoming computer game relives First World War

Valiant Hearts introduces puzzle based game play to tell story of First World War

Derry~Londonderry war records go online

Records containing details of soldiers from Derry~Londonderry who fought and died during the First World War are now available to view online. Derry City Council's Archive and Genealogy Service, along

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

Letters reveal Willie Redmond's pride of fighting Irish men

'They never forgot Ireland but sang her songs all the time'

Ulster Division war diaries among newly released digital archives

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