pimmThe Western Front Association has a membership of 6,000 worldwide and many of our members are leading contributors in the understanding of the momentous conflict, the 'First World War', 'The Great War', or 'World War One' even, 'WW1' that occurred between 1914 and 1918.

The WFA will be delighted to contribute to discussions on the Great War, and to advise the press and other media on aspects of the First World War.

Please contact Tom Thorpe, The Western Front Association National PR and Media Officer

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For a more local perspective, the WFA's many Branches in the UK and overseas can be contacted.

Note for Editors:

The Western Front Association (WFA) is the UK's leading educational charity on the First World War.

Founded in 1980 with a focus on the Western Front, the WFA has developed to cover all aspects of the 1914 – 1918 war.  Branch activities nationwide include lectures, battlefield tours, museum visits, school competitions and research support for projects including family history. As well as this WFA website which contains a wealth of Great War articles, the WFA maintains a discussion forum (The Front Forum) and a schools’ section. WFA members also receive our journal - Stand To! - exploring life during the conflict - and our in-house magazine, the Bulletin.

National PR and Media Office

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