As members of The Western Front Association will know, in 2012 the WFA stepped in to save from destruction over six million pension records of men who served in the Great War. Below are various articles explaining the background to these records.
In order to access the Pension Records, WFA members can click on the icon below which shows the 'Fold 3' logo. This will take you to a 'members log-in' page.
Alternatively click on 'Member Login' at the top of this page.
WFA members should enter their user name and password to access these records. If you do not know your username or password, click on the 'forgotten password' link and enter the email address held by the WFA. This will generate a new password for you. A video guide showing the process can be seen via the first of three videos which are available by clicking the 'Video Tutorial' icon below.
If you wish to view these records, but are not yet a member of the WFA please do join us via this link.
A Brief Guide showing how to use The Western Front Association's Library Ed…
Below are four videos created to help WFA members log into the Pension Records via the WFA's web site and also demonstra…