World War One Historical Association (WW1HA)
The WW1HA was formed by the merger of The Great War Society and The Western Front Association U.S. Branch in 2011.
The Association is a non-profit organization. It aims to encourage discussion, learning, scholarship and independent research on the events surrounding the First World War.
The Association has a number of activities for members and non-members to participate and learn from:
- two regular publications
- free online e-newsletter
- Q&A forum
- tours are organized from the U.S. to the WW1 battlefields
- annual seminar is held with international speakers who are well-renowned historians
- regular meetings and special events
Chapters of the Association are active in the following areas:
- San Francisco and Peninsula
- Great Lakes
- Florida-Gulf Coast
- New England-New York
Join the World War One Historical Association
Membership is by annual subscription.
Members receive a quarterly publication entitled “The Journal” and “Cameraderie” which is published three times in the year.
There is a free online e-newsletter available by request to non-members called “St. Mihiel Trip-Wire” edited by Michael Hanlon.
For further information about the WW1HA go to the website at: