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A new interactive map launched by The National Archives reveals how the world has changed since the First World War
The Institute of Civil Engineers has created a free online archive of photos, lectures and designs from members who aided their country in WW1
To mark 10 years of Who Do You Think You Are? a very special documentary featuring past celebrities from the show will be shown on Wednesday
People across Britain will be gathering to mark the start of the First World War centenary in commemorative events on Monday 4th August and beyond
Family historians can commemorate their fallen First World War ancestors on the web as part of a campaign led by the Royal British Legion
Browse millions of records for free this weekend with a special offer from Ancestry.co.uk
Don't miss the chance to explore Scotland's hidden past in The Secret History of Our Streets, plus there's another opportunity to see Who Do You Think You Are? featuring Lesley Garrett.
Access to newly released Irish civil registration details has been suspended amid security fears
Over 2.8 million parish records from across Staffordshire are now available to explore on Findmypast.co.uk
This week brings a brand new series of Channel 4 period drama The Mill and another chance to see Ian Hislop's 2004 episode of Who Do You Think You Are?