Welcome to the Lancashire (North) branch of The Western Front Association.

Meetings usually first Monday in the Month. 

Meetings 7.00pm for 7.30pm

Entrance donations of £3.00 are invited; there is a raffle and coffee & biscuits to finish the meeting off.

Further 2019 Meetings:

Follow us on our website: The Western Front Association North Lancashire Branch.

 

July

1st

Frightfulness – Britain and the Advent of Chemical Warfare on the Western Front 1915 by Nick Paul

Upcoming Branch Events

'Bloody Paralyser - The Giant Handley Page Bomber of the First World War by Rob Langham'
02 Mar

'Bloody Paralyser - The Giant Handley Page Bomber of the First World War by Rob Langham'

The King's Own Regimental Museum, The Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster LA1 1HT
02 Mar 2020 19:30

Bloody Paralyser - the giant Handley Page Bombers of the First World War This talk tells the story of the largest British bombers of the First World War and the men who flew them. Introduced in 1915, this twin-engine monster with a 100-foot wingspan, was designed to be a Bloody Paralyser to the Germans. Operating mainly at night, the Handley Page …

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'Propaganda and Reportage: How the Press Reported the War and How the News Was Received at Home by Mike Coyle'
06 Apr

'Propaganda and Reportage: How the Press Reported the War and How the News Was Received at Home by Mike Coyle'

The King's Own Regimental Museum, The Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster LA1 1HT
06 Apr 2020 19:30

Propaganda and Reportage: how the Press reported the War and how the news was received at home.   A look at local and national reporting of the Battles and their aftermath: editorial, 'Spin' and conclusions drawn.

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'The Battle of Fromelles' with Niall Cherry'
04 May

'The Battle of Fromelles' with Niall Cherry'

The King's Own Regimental Museum, The Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster LA1 1HT
04 May 2020 19:30

Niall Cherry will be giving a talk on the Battle of Fromelles. Image: a German strongpoint in the Fromelles salient, July 1916.

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