# world-war-i - Tuesday 2 October, 2012
The diary gives a fascinating glimpse into life in Ireland in 1916 for one mother whose son has been declared missing in action.
# world-war-i - Thursday 5 July, 2012
The annual Tipperary Peace Convention takes place this week as the song which inspired it celebrates its 100th anniversary.
# world-war-i - Tuesday 20 March, 2012
Call for public to find old documents, photographs etc. relating to ‘The Great War’ – they will be scanned and recorded on a pan-European website.
National Library of Ireland’s archive shows the emotional, moral and practical pressure put on Irish men to join the ranks in the ‘Great War’.
# world-war-i - Thursday 22 December, 2011
Turkey is reportedly recalling its ambassador to France over a vote in the country’s Parliament that would make it a crime to deny the WWI-era mass killings of Armenians amounts to genocide.
# world-war-i - Thursday 10 November, 2011
On the eve of November 11, writer and film-maker Liam Nolan questions the continued resentment towards the wearing of the poppy of remembrance – especially in light of loss of Irish life in the two world wars.
# world-war-i - Wednesday 9 November, 2011
English FA plan a host of alternative remembrance efforts after FIFA tells them that players can’t wear the poppy on their jerseys.
# world-war-i - Monday 4 July, 2011
The story of the Habsburgs and other famous dynasties that are no more.
# world-war-i - Thursday 5 May, 2011
Claude Choules lied about his age to join the British Royal Navy at the height of World War I – but, despite the fame his military service brought him, he became a pacifist in later life and refused to glorify war.
# world-war-i - Tuesday 15 March, 2011
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