The stories of Waterford men who fought in the First World War and who never returned home will be told in Waterford City tonight.
The free lecture at the Medieval Museum is part of a series of events to mark 100 years since the end of the war.
1,100 men and women from Waterford died in the great war.
There will also be a special Armistice Day mass in the Friary on Lady Lane at 12:15pm tomorrow,
Donnchadh O’Ceallacháin from Waterford Museum of Treasures will be giving tonight’s lecture and says it’ll be a reflection on the past 100 years.
“I’ll be looking at how the Waterford men and women were remembered, or not as the case may be, here in the City and County,” he said, “and I’ll be looking at the lives some of those who lost their lives in the war.”
Tonight’s event takes place at 8 o’clock and all are welcome.