2014-2018 Centenary Events in the United States
- The Western Front Association East Coast Branch
- The WW1 Centennial Network
- National WW1 Museum Exhibitions & Events
The Western Front Association East Coast Branch
Spring 2016 World War 1 History Symposium
Saturday 11 June 2016 from 08.30 hours
Venue: MD War Memorial Building, 101 N. Gay St., Baltimore, MD 21202
Fee: USD35 per person, USD10 students. 20% discount for WFA members.
Talks will include:
- Liebe Kück! A German Soldier’s Story from The Great War, by Peter Lubrecht
- African American Doctors of World War 1, by Doug Fisher and Joann Buckley
- Hold Still, Madame — Wartime Gender and the Photography of Women in France, by Dr Nicole Hudgins
- Betrayal at Little Gibraltar, by William T Walker
- U-Boat in the Patapsco! The curious career of the submarine DEUTSCHLAND, by Paul Cora
The symposium will also include door prizes, refreshments, films, table displays of WW1 memorabilia, book signings and a Branch-sponsored WW1 used book sale.
To see more detail about the talks and the registration form you can download this pdf (4pp / 815kb):
Registration Form: WFA-East-Coast-Spring-2016-Flyer.pdf
If you would like more information about the symposium or have any enquiries regarding the Western Front Association or the East Coast Branch you can contact East Coast Branch Chairman Paul Cora by email:
WFA East Coast Branch
Visit the WFA East Coast Branch website for information about the branch and its WW1 activities:
The WW1 Centennial Network
The WW1 Centennial Network is sponsored by The Western Front Association (WFA). The founding organization for the WW1 Centennial Network is The Western Front Association East Coast Branch (USA).
A comprehensive website has been established to bring together organizations, museums and historic sites in the United States which commemorate and study the First World War.
To find out about special events, exhibitions, Network members, WW1 links and news visit the website at:
National WW1 Museum Exhibitions & Events
Exhibitions and events to commemorate the centenary at the National WW1 Museum in Kansas will be announced by the museum in due course. For information visit the museum website:
WFA East Coast Branch
The Western Front Association (WFA)
Founded in 1980. The Western Front Association (WFA) was founded by the late John Giles and friends as an association to maintain an interest in the First World War (1914-1918). The WFA aims to perpetuate the memory, courage and comradeship of all those who participated in the war from all sides, and on all Fronts: on land, at sea, in the air and on the Home Front. The WFA is a non-political organisation. It does not seek to glorify war. To find out more about the WFA and how you can join visit the website: