Welcome to the Dublin branch of the Western Front Association. 

We have our own website: Dublin Western Front Association

Meetings are held on the third Saturday of each month (except for March &  August, when there is no meeting), at the Lecture Theatre at Collins Barracks, doors open at 2.00 pm for a 2.30 start.

Our meetings are open to the general public. We welcome a donation of 3 Euro towards costs (no donation requested for those under 16). There is a raffle (no obligation), we try to make at least one of the prizes relevant to the First World War (book, DVD etc). We come from all walks of life, and range in WW1 knowledge from casual listener to gifted enthusiast. 

 

Upcoming Branch Events

'Irish Golf and Golfers: Experiences of War and Revolution 1914-16' a talk by Bill Gibson.
09 Dec

'Irish Golf and Golfers: Experiences of War and Revolution 1914-16' a talk by Bill Gibson.

Lecture Theatre Collins Barracks, Museum of Ireland Benburb St Arran Quay Dublin 7 Ireland
09 Dec 2017 14:00

While golf might have been considered a game for the elderly and privileged in the years preceding World War 1, a significant number of the golfing community in Ireland responded to the call for volunteers at the outbreak of hostilities in August 1914. Over 2,000 members of golf clubs throughout Ireland joined the various branches of the British Ar…

Event Details
'How the Allies Won in 1918' Day Long Conference
25 Nov

'How the Allies Won in 1918' Day Long Conference

The Palatine Room National Museum of Ireland National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks Dublin 7 Ireland
25 Nov 2017 09:30

Speakers:   Professor Gary Sheffield from the University of Wolverhampton. ‘How the Allies Won in 1918’ Colonel Brendan O’Shea, Dean of Partner National Military Representatives & National Military Representative-Ireland at SHAPE in Belgium."The Last Days of the 16th (Irish) and 36th (Ulster) Divisions". Ronan McGreevy, Irish Times. Unit…

Event Details