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Education Trustee

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Role/Purpose  Supporting  the organisation by shaping The Western Front Association's (the WFA)education policy to reflect the WFA's objective to ‘educate the public in the history of the Great War, with particular reference to the Western Front', and offer guidance and ideas to the Executive Committee on educational matters. Key Function Educat…


045: January 1996

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Jonathan Vernon BA, MA (Oxon) MA ODE (OU) , MA (WLV).

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  Jonathan has degrees in Geography (Oxford), Open and Distance Education (Open University) and British History and the First World War (Birmingham & Wolverhampton) and is a graduate of the School of Communication Arts (London).  He had a career in TV and Video production in the UK and France first and then moved to online education in 2000…


Branch Meeting On-Line

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The Wiltshire Branch and the Cheltenham & Gloucester Branch are holding a joint on-line meeting on Tuesday, 16th February at 19.30. This will comprise three ten minute talks as under: Dr Simon Fielding - 'Major Edgar James Bannatyne DSO RFC'Gareth Williams - 'Teaching a Great War: an integrated secondary school approach'Joe Devereux -  'Findin…


The Irish Struggle for Home Rule by Dr Graham Mayhew

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The Irish struggle for home rule and subsequently independence can be traced back to the Act of Union of 1800 when the Irish Parliament, from which Catholics were barred, voted to dissolve itself. Daniel O’Connell’s successful campaign for Catholic Emancipation, passed by Act of Parliament in 1829 and the support he received for his public agitat…


Two opportunities for your students to show what they know about the First World War

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Two opportunities for your schools students to show what they know about the First World War.  1. The 2021-22 Malcolm Doolin Memorial Award for Local History Research  2 x £500 prize for Primary and Secondary Schools (incl. Special Schools). What was your town like in 1914-1918? Who went to war? Who stayed at home? Who was killed? Who ca…