A special screening of a film telling First World War stories is to be shown at the Tank Museum in Bovington this month.

The film, created by Swedish metal band Sabaton, is called ‘The War to End all Wars’ and will be shown on November 13, followed by a Q&A.

They created the film to mark the 105th anniversary of the armistice and it will feature music from the band’s latest album that was inspired by the conflict.

Tank Museum events manager Tom Holmes said: “We are delighted to offer an extra special screening of The War to End All Wars film and to welcome Sabaton’s band manager and bass guitarist Pär Sundström to the museum.

“Pär will also be taking part in a meet and greet with fans and will be signing limited edition Sabaton T-shirts, which can be purchased on the day.”

The Tank Museum was chosen by Sabaton fans to screen the film as part of the History Rocks initiative to bring together a new audience of history enthusiasts to museums worldwide.

The film will also be screened November 5, 6 and 8 and is included in the standard museum ticket price.

There is a 10 per cent discount for online bookings and annual pass holders will be able to watch 'The War to End All Wars' for free.

For more information, see tankmuseum.org/events/the-war-to-end-all-wars-film-viewing-13