The French and German leaders meet for the centenary of the Battle of Verdun - 300 days and 300,000 lives lost.
French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are marking the 100th anniversary of the battle of Verdun.
At zero seven fifteen on the morning of February 21 1916.
A dawn service is held at ANZAC Cove in Gallipoli in Turkey to remember the Australian and New Zealand troops who landed there during the First World War
Tens of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders have attended dawn services to mark ANZAC Day. In the Australian capital, Canberra, about 55,000
This article sets out how Turks generally view the context, events and implications of the massacres of ethnic Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire
This article sets out how Armenians generally view the context, events and implications of the massacres of ethnic Armenians living in the Ottoman
The first feature film by Naji Abu Nowar is an adventure film. It is a story of revenge and survival in the Jordanian desert. The action revolves
Adapted from the classic novel of the same name by Scottish author Lewis Grassic Gibbon, ‘Sunset Song’ is the story of a farming family in rural
Millions of people across Europe and the world have taken part in Armistice Day commemorations. In the French capital, President Francois Hollande
At the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, World War One, also known as the Great War, ended.
On this morning in a railroad car
In the UK and Canada many wear red poppies on their jackets and clothing to commemorate Remembrance Day. Why do members of the public do this an how did the tradition start?
A ceremony attended by the Australian Governor General Peter Cosgrove has been held in Turkey to mark the 100th anniversary of the August offensive
After 80 years the World War One memoirs of Italian General Francesco Paolo Ronco have been published. Ronco was a lieutenant when he was captured by
Ceremonies mark the 100th anniversary of one of the bloodiest battles of World War One
Britain’s Prince Charles and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan watch a display of music and pageantry on the Gallipoli peninsula, during a memorial
Crowds of Australians and New Zealanders attend 100th anniversary event
A century on, reconciliation and friendship replaced conflict at Gallipoli in Turkey – the scene of one of the bloodiest battles of the First World
The Armenian community in Istanbul commemorated the 1915 mass killings of their ancestors by Ottoman Turks at a religious memorial service, stressing reconciliation and avoiding the term "genocide".
The mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turkish forces a century ago was genocide, according to Germany’s parliamentary speaker. Norbert Lammert