A service has been held in waters off Orkney to mark 100 years since the scuttling of more than 50 German ships after seven months of incarceration.
First World War
One hundred years after the scuttling of the German High Seas Fleet at Scapa Flow in the Orkneys - viewed by many as the final act of the First World War - Michael Alexander reveals how Fife is closely connected with this infamous moment in global history.
A service will be held in waters near Orkney to mark 100 years since the scuttling of more than 50 German ships after seven months of incarceration.
The families of two young British privates killed in the First World War have finally seen them laid to rest more than 100 years later.
Having described the effects of US Prohibition, both on America and the wider world, it is only proper to say the temperance movement a century ago was not solely a US phenomenon. In December 1920 Scotland held local referendums on outlawing alcohol and many places voted “dry” and closed their pubs and off-licences, many for decades.
A Black Watch veteran has offered to buy a memorial plaque for soldiers killed during the First World War and donate it to a museum after its appearance in an online auction caused anger.
An artist is aiming to dazzle the public after she painted an Oor Wullie sculpture in First World War camouflage colours.
Researchers are seeking help to uncover the history of a school's former pupils killed in the First and Second World Wars.
A memorial to Irishmen who died in Flanders has been inaugurated in a Peace Garden in Dublin.
A pair of historians are seeking the public's help in researching the lives of naval reservists who gave their lives in the First and Second World Wars.