Wales marks the centenary of World War One

August 4th 2014 marks 100 years since the outbreak of World War One. Millions of soldiers from Wales and the rest of the UK enlisted to fight in the conflict, which lasted for four years between 1914 and 1918.

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Portraits of the fallen projected onto Bangor arts centre

Hundreds of people have gathered at the Pontio Arts Centre in Bangor for Credit: ITV News/Rob Shelley

Portraits of servicemen from north Wales who died during the First World War are being projected on to the side of Pontio Arts Centre in Bangor tonight.

The images are being beamed from Bangor's Memorial Arch on to the arts centre to mark the connection between the sacrifices of the past and the hopes of the future.

It's part of a memorial service marking the outbreak of the Great War.

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