Welcome to the Thames Valley branch of The Western Front Association. 

We meet on the last Thursday of each month at 8.00pm.

Members of The Western Front Association and non-members are equally welcome.

We ask for a modest donation of £4 on the door which includes sandwiches after the meeting. A bar is also available.

Any new visitors will be assured of an welcoming and friendly atmosphere among a group of like-minded enthusiasts.

VENUE: Berkshire Sports & Social Club, Sonning Lane, Reading RG4 6ST.

Upcoming Branch Events

How the Allies won The War in 1918
28 Mar

How the Allies won The War in 1918

Berkshire Sports and Social Club, Sonning Lane, Reading, RG4 6ST
28 Mar 2019 20:00

Prof. Gary Sheffield - How the Allies won The War in 1918 Branch member, Academic, and prolific author, Gary Sheffield is sure to give a fascinating talk, usually encompassing his last research.  An annual event that is not to be missed.

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David Filsell   Death and the Air Aces -Leadership: death, success and failure of those who fought in the air.
25 Apr

David Filsell Death and the Air Aces -Leadership: death, success and failure of those who fought in the air.

Berkshire Sports and Social Club, Sonning Lane, Reading, RG4 6ST
25 Apr 2019 20:00

David Filsell   Death and the Air Aces -Leadership: death, success and failure of those who fought in the air. David has had a varied career as a motoring journalist, Head of Corporate Communication for the AA and The British Tourist Board/ English Tourist Board. He still works occasionally as a journalist and media relations consultant.  He is a…

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Prof Brian Bond  -  Commemorating Victory 1918-2018
30 May

Prof Brian Bond - Commemorating Victory 1918-2018

Berkshire Sports and Social Club, Sonning Lane, Reading, RG4 6ST
30 May 2019 20:00

Prof Brian Bond  - Commemorating Victory 1918-2018 Brian Bond is Professor Emeritus of military history at King's College, London and President of the British Commission for Military History.  He has written a considerable number of military history books on subjects as varied as The Victorian army and the Staff College, 1854–1914 and The unquiet …

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