© Deutsches Filminstitut - DIF 100 years after World War I The 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War focuses the attention of the world on an event, which left an indelible mark on the history of the 20th century. © Sabrina Wittmann 100-year anniversary Gallipoli It is not only due to its 100-year anniversary that the battle of Gallipoli is of great importance to the Australian commemorative culture. Martin Bayer examines the battle. Photo (detail): Georg Soulek Theatre and the First World War Battlefield Europe The German Theater is dealing with the First World War. But how do you show the horror, how do you portray the decline? Photo (detail): © Jugoslovenska Kinoteka (JK) Europeana Collections 1914–1918 Digitization Project on Everyday Culture 400,000 objects from European national libraries and archives now form part of the virtual collection in one of Europeana’s thematic portals. Photo (detail): © Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen European Film Gateway 1914 Paradoxes of an Era War, comedies, daily life: The “European Film Gateway 1914” Website presents films from the time of the First World War. Kerstin Herlt about an unusual project. © Deutsches Filminstitut - DIF The German Film Industry and the First World War The breakout of war in 1914 meant radical changes for German cinema and in the longer term also led to a period of growth for the film industry – not only in commercial terms. ©normanposselt.com A differentiated Picture – Professional Publications on the First World War Exactly 100 years after the fatal shooting in Sarajevo of the Austro-Hungarian heir to the throne, discussions have again flared up about the origins of the First World War.