Ulster Division war diaries among newly released digital archives

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

WW1 woodland area for North West

Derry~Londonderry chosen among four UK sites for specially commissioned woodland area in memory of First World War

Football encourages remembrance of First World War

Iconic 'Christmas Truce' football match helps school children to remember the First World War

Lives of the First World War project goes live

Innovative digital memorial aims to chart the human stories from the First World War

Changing landscapes of First World War

Photographs show how much iconic locations have changed since the First World War
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - 19:00
Duncairn Centre
174 Trust Complex
Antrim Road
The 36th (Ulster) Division The 36th Ulster Division was formed in September 1914 to create a home for men of the Ulster Volunteer Force. Although not everyone who joined was an Ulster Volunteer the ethos was deeply Unionist. In July
Monday, May 19, 2014 - 18:00
Conor Lecture Theatre
York Street
The public launch of the First World War Community Research Centre will take place with an event called 'Living Legacies 1914-18: From Past Conflict to Shared Future'. The launch of the centre will take place on Monday 19th May from

Derry~Londonderry welcomes Creative Centenaries conference

City Factory Gallery celebrates launch of the Creative Centenaries platform

Lights Out to mark First World War centenary

UK arts organisation urge public to switch off lights in remembrance of the start of the First World War


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