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Western Front Association
The Western Front Association promotes an interest & understanding of the campaigns on the Western Front, in France and Flanders, during The Great War
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3 June. Lancashire (North) Branch. When Tommy Came Limping Home: Caring for the British War Disabled After 1918 by Dr Jessica Meyer
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5 June. Cambridgeshire Branch. Chris John ‘St Eloi: ‘Village of the Crater’’.
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Western Front Association May 19
1 June: Yorkshire (West Riding) Branch ‘Joseph Dines: Teacher, Footballer and Temporary Gentleman’ with Dr Barry Blades.
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Western Front Association May 17
22 May. Wales (Gwent) Branch. The Treaty of Versailles. AGM and Discussion Evening.
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Western Front Association May 17
20 May. Southend on Sea Branch. ‘Schooling & The Great War’ with Dr Barry Blades. This talk examines the impact of on British schools.
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Western Front Association May 17
20 May: Tyneside Branch. ‘To the Glory of God. Newcastle United in the Great War’. Find out more about the sacrifices and contributions made by the players, management and staff during with Paul Joannou.
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Western Front Association May 16
30 May: Commemorating Victory 1918-2018. Thames Valley Branch With Brian Bond, author of The Victorian army and the Staff College, 1854–1914, The unquiet Western Front: Britain's role in literature and history.
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Western Front Association May 16
27 - 28 June: A two day Conference with multiple speakers: ‘Peace Making After the First World War 1919-1923’. Marking the centenary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. , , , ,
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Western Front Association May 15
17 May: FREE EVENT Contested Commemorations: Reflections on the centenary of the First World War. Speakers include: , , , Jay Winter, Annika Mombauer
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Western Front Association May 8
‘Command among the Chaos’ with Dr Spencer Jones' . of a series of popular public lectures on given for by members of the >
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Western Front Association May 7
‘Remembrance and False Memory’: Lecture by Professor Stephen Badsey's. One of a series of popular public lectures on given for by members of the >
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Western Front Association May 6
‘The 1916 Battle of the Somme Reassessed’: Inaugural lecture by . One of the popular public lectures on given for by members of the >
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Western Front Association May 6
Professor Gary Sheffield pays tribute to his predecessor as Honorary President of the Western Front Association, Professor Peter Simkins MBE.
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Western Front Association May 6
9 May. Conference. Antrim & Down Branch. Consequences of War: the Aftermath of the First World War. 4 speakers: William Butler, Mario Draper, Stefanie Linden, Patricia Marsh.
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Western Front Association May 6
27 - 28 June To mark the centenary of the Treaty of Versailles. A UNIQUE 2 DAY Conference +Keynotes +16 sessions +50> speakers: , , , Cost £40 or less. Book through Eventbrite
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Western Front Association May 5
8 May The Aftermath of War with Mike Shaw at Somerset Branch: The Russian Civil War, The Russo-Polish War and The Graeco-Turkish War.
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Western Front Association May 5
10 May. Lancashire & Cheshire Branch. How the War Ended with Sir Hew Strachan. Would it end in 1919 or 1920? Why did it end so quickly in 1918? How important was the situation at home? Come and join us in Stockport.
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Western Front Association May 5
7 May: Contested Commemorations: Reflections on the centenary of the First World War. Speakers: , , , Jay Winter, Annika Mombauer, Santanu Das & Luc-Andre Brunet.
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Western Front Association May 4
7 May. The John Terraine Lecture. The 46th North Midland Division in the . Prof John Bourne in the John Terraine Lecture Theatre. FREE ENTRY.
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LSE International History Apr 30
To mark the centenary of the Treaty of Versailles, , , , & are bringing you “Peace making after the First World War” on 27-28 June, with a keynote lecture by Prof David Stevenson.
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