Landmarks across Wales will turn out their lights tonight as the UK marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Between 10pm and 11pm the lights will be extinguished leaving just a single light or candle burning for a shared moment of reflection.
It is right that we commemorate and remember those who took part in the First World War in this centenary year and always. The bravery and sacrifice of those who fought and of the communities on the home front, continues to humble all of us.
Jonathan Hill has been at Mametz Wood, finding out about what happened there and investigating the stories of some of the men who gave their lives.
Many of the tales of those who fought in the Great War are still being used to educate the children of today. Andrea Byrne reports.
Members of Gwent police have marked a moment of silence as Wales remembers those who fought in the First World War.
One of the main commemorations of the day will take place in Mons this evening, the place where the first and last soldiers of World War One died. David Wood has been speaking to the family of one man from Pembrokeshire whose body is buried there
ITV Wales correspondent Richard Morgan writes about his experience of researching the stories behind those killed in the Great WarRead the full story ›
Long before the internet, it was newspapers that kept up to date with the latest news from the front lines. Kevin Ashfordreports on a unique collection of surviving papers held at the National Library in Aberystwyth.
ITV Wales's Jonathan Hill is at Mametz Wood where thousands of Welshmen gave their lives. Some of the families of those men are arriving at the site where so many made the ultimate sacrifice.
As Wales marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, Dyfed-Powys police is unveiling a plaque to all those officers who served. Simon Prince, Chief Constable of the force said those served showed "exceptional bravery".
“Dyfed-Powys Police has a fascinating history, with many officers serving in both the military and policing during their careers. It is fitting that we mark this centenary, and we thank the public for the very positive response and immense interest shown to our request for names and information. The replies we received contained a wealth of facts and details relating to the officers The exceptional bravery and sacrifice by these officers who volunteered for service in The Great War will never be forgotten.
“It is important that we all take time to come together and remember the great sacrifices made by the people who gave their lives so we could live our lives freely. By reflecting on sacrifices of the fallen, and the great privileges that we enjoy today, we honour and pay tribute to their bravery, commitment and dedication. By remaining in all our thoughts and memories, they will all live on forever.”
Dyfed-Powys Police will unveil a plaque in memory of those police officers who fought in the First World War. It will be displayed in the Dyfed-Powys Police HQ in Llangunnor, Carmarthen.
Police officers were except from conscription due to their occupation but many still chose to fight - with many not returning.