Centre for First World War Studies, University of Birmingham

The Centre for First World War Studies is within Birmingham University's Department of Medieval and Modern History. It was established on 11 November 2002 with the aim to provide a focus for the staff and graduates of Birmingham University, and lay persons, who have an interest in the First World War.

There is a group of external Members of the Centre, many of whom have published books and research on the subject. The Centre is open to lay people who have an interest in the First World War and it is possible to join the Centre as a Friend.


The centre for First World War Studies organizes seminars, day schools, courses, conferences and summer schools.

For information about the Centre, its academic programmes, resources and contact details go to the website at:

Website: www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/warstudies

Related Service for Researchers

French Freelance Translator

Brigitte De Cuyper, Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (DPSI) and a member of the Institute of Linguists. All kinds of academic work, letters, leaflets, and brochure translation undertaken. To make an enquiry email or phone Brigitte:

Email: brigittedecuyp@yahoo.com

Telephone: +44 7515 643235

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Detail from a British Trench Map on the Ypres Salient battlefield, 28 NE3 dated 24-10-17.
British Trench Map 28 NE3 dated 24-10-17.

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