- In Memoriam at the Imperial War Museum based on the personal stories of 90 individuals who fought or were involved in the war.
- Remembered, in Shrewsbury, a photographic exhibition of some of the memorials and cemeteries in the care of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
- Last Post at the Churchill Museum is about the role of the Post office during the war.
- A World War One Day is being organized at the National Museum of Ireland on November 8th
- The Imperial War Museum is hosting an evening dedicated to poetry and to the memory of war on November 11th.
In France, numerous ceremonies will be held on November 11th, including a ceremony at the British Thiepval Memorial.
- Photographies de l’enfer et du chaos: a display of photographs taken by the French, British, Canadian, Australian and German armies during the war.
- Two exhibitions at the Historial de la Grande Guerre at Péronne about the depiction of the war by German artists and the commemoration of the war today.
- Orages de papier 1914-1918, in Strasbourg, about the role of the media during the war.
- The 19th edition of the Festival International du Film d’Histoire at Pessac is devoted to the First World War and the Invalides is organizing a screening of European and American films about the war.
- In Madrid, the exhibition 1914! The Avant-Garde and the Great War considers the influence of the First World War on the development of early avant-garde international art movements.
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