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The Institution of Fire Engineers, IFE House, 64-66 Cygnet Court, Timothy's Bridge Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9NW, United Kingdom

In March and April, Estonia 100 celebrations will take place in major cities in Europe, as well as in Asia, the U.S. and Australia. There are more than 40 events planned in the areas of science, music, art, film and theatre.

On Thursday 8 March, the Estonia 100 film program will be introduced at the Artis Cinema in Tallinn. A total of five feature films, a full-length animated film, two documentaries and the TV series "The Bank" will reach completion during the year marking Estonia's 100th anniversary of independence.

Extensive hiking series dedicated to Estonia's centenary celebrations starts off in April, which will provide a great opportunity for those interested in discovering places to hike in Estonia. The official opening of the Estonia 100 hiking series will be announced on 7 April at the Matkamess Outdoor Trade Fair.

The IFE centenary torch will be travelling around the world throughout 2018 to our international branch events. Find out where the torch will be next! 
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The Institution of Fire Engineers, IFE House, 64-66 Cygnet Court, Timothy's Bridge Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9NW, United Kingdom

In March and April, Estonia 100 celebrations will take place in major cities in Europe, as well as in Asia, the U.S. and Australia. There are more than 40 events planned in the areas of science, music, art, film and theatre.

On Thursday 8 March, the Estonia 100 film program will be introduced at the Artis Cinema in Tallinn. A total of five feature films, a full-length animated film, two documentaries and the TV series "The Bank" will reach completion during the year marking Estonia's 100th anniversary of independence.

Extensive hiking series dedicated to Estonia's centenary celebrations starts off in April, which will provide a great opportunity for those interested in discovering places to hike in Estonia. The official opening of the Estonia 100 hiking series will be announced on 7 April at the Matkamess Outdoor Trade Fair.

To celebrate the Centenary of Armistice in 2018, the Tasmanian community is coming together to remember those who have been part of international conflicts, especially World War I, and the legacy of these events. With two special concerts (1:30 pm matinée and 7:30 pm evening performances in Launceston, Tasmania on Saturday, November 3 in the majestic Albert Hall, artists from across Tasmania as well as a few special guests from around the world will gather to perform at the Centenary of Armistice Remembrance Concert. The event will be an enjoyable event for young and old, and we welcome people from across the world to join with us in this special event.

The Albert Hall was built by J.T Farmils at a cost of 14,000 pounds in 1891 to house the Tasmanian Industrial Exhibition of 1891-92. The exhibition ran for four months and attracted over 260,000 people. The exhibition itself was designed to ease the social misery caused by the depression of the 1880’s. The Albert Hall is one of Launceston’s most significant heritage buildings due to its high degree of heritage value that is attributed to the Classical Victorian style of monumental public architecture. The Hall covers an area of 14,000 square feet and was recognised at the time as the worlds 11th largest building.

At 5am on 11 November 1918, three German government representatives accepted the Armistice terms presented to them by an allied commander, General Foch of the French Army.  The demands of the Armistice included the withdrawal of German forces to the east bank of the Rhine within 30 days; immediate cessation of warfare; and surrender of the German fleet and all heavy guns with no further negotiations until the signing of the peace treaty.

One hundred years ago today, on the morning of November 7, 1917, the Military Revolutionary Committee of the Petrograd Soviet, chaired by Leon Trotsky, issued a proclamation to the citizens of Russia. It stated:

The Provisional Government has been overthrown. State power has passed into the hands of the organ of the Petrograd Soviet of Workers’ and Soldiers’ Deputies, the Military Revolutionary Committee, which stands at the head of the Petrograd proletariat and garrison.

The cause for which the people have struggled—the immediate offer of a democratic peace, the abolition of landlord ownership of land, workers’ control over industry, the creation of a Soviet government—this has been assured!

The IFE centenary torch will be travelling around the world throughout 2018 to our international branch events. Find out where the torch will be next! 
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The Institution of Fire Engineers, IFE House, 64-66 Cygnet Court, Timothy's Bridge Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9NW, United Kingdom

In March and April, Estonia 100 celebrations will take place in major cities in Europe, as well as in Asia, the U.S. and Australia. There are more than 40 events planned in the areas of science, music, art, film and theatre.

On Thursday 8 March, the Estonia 100 film program will be introduced at the Artis Cinema in Tallinn. A total of five feature films, a full-length animated film, two documentaries and the TV series "The Bank" will reach completion during the year marking Estonia's 100th anniversary of independence.

Extensive hiking series dedicated to Estonia's centenary celebrations starts off in April, which will provide a great opportunity for those interested in discovering places to hike in Estonia. The official opening of the Estonia 100 hiking series will be announced on 7 April at the Matkamess Outdoor Trade Fair.

To celebrate the Centenary of Armistice in 2018, the Tasmanian community is coming together to remember those who have been part of international conflicts, especially World War I, and the legacy of these events. With two special concerts (1:30 pm matinée and 7:30 pm evening performances in Launceston, Tasmania on Saturday, November 3 in the majestic Albert Hall, artists from across Tasmania as well as a few special guests from around the world will gather to perform at the Centenary of Armistice Remembrance Concert. The event will be an enjoyable event for young and old, and we welcome people from across the world to join with us in this special event.

The Albert Hall was built by J.T Farmils at a cost of 14,000 pounds in 1891 to house the Tasmanian Industrial Exhibition of 1891-92. The exhibition ran for four months and attracted over 260,000 people. The exhibition itself was designed to ease the social misery caused by the depression of the 1880’s. The Albert Hall is one of Launceston’s most significant heritage buildings due to its high degree of heritage value that is attributed to the Classical Victorian style of monumental public architecture. The Hall covers an area of 14,000 square feet and was recognised at the time as the worlds 11th largest building.

At 5am on 11 November 1918, three German government representatives accepted the Armistice terms presented to them by an allied commander, General Foch of the French Army.  The demands of the Armistice included the withdrawal of German forces to the east bank of the Rhine within 30 days; immediate cessation of warfare; and surrender of the German fleet and all heavy guns with no further negotiations until the signing of the peace treaty.

The IFE centenary torch will be travelling around the world throughout 2018 to our international branch events. Find out where the torch will be next! 
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The Institution of Fire Engineers, IFE House, 64-66 Cygnet Court, Timothy's Bridge Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9NW, United Kingdom


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