The Prince of Wales is due to lead the nation’s tributes to all those who have lost their lives in conflict on the centenary of the Armistice today.
A war memorial featuring a statue of a Sikh soldier has been vandalised less than a week after it was unveiled.
An “unsung” story of a “real-life superhero” British soldier during the Second World War has been immortalised as a comic to mark Remembrance this weekend.
One of the Royal Navy’s most advanced warships has arrived in Belfast to mark Armistice Day in the city.
A “tree from the trenches” has been planted to complete Scotland’s First World War Centenary Wood, created as a living memorial to all who served.
On the morning of September 25 1915, long lines of khaki-clad British infantry advanced on heavily defended German positions in and around Loos, a small coalmining town in the heart of the industrial area of north-east France, says Dr Derek Patrick, University of St Andrews.
A mum has told of her anger and heartache after vandals attacked a memorial to her young daughter.
The grandson of a soldier who was resettled on a remote island in Co Fermanagh after the First World War has recalled both the struggles and happy times he experienced.
One hundred years after the end of the First World War, here is a look at the key figures:
Spectacular aerial footage shows the regimental badges cut into chalk hills near the village of Fovant in Wiltshire. Soldiers stationed in the Salisbury area during the First World War made the carvings and nine out of an original 20 remain.