1. Old Front Line - WWI Battlefields by Paul Reed.
    This is one of the very best, if not THE very best, WWI websites.
2. The Western Front Association, Tayside Branch.
     This branch of the WFA was established in January, 2009, and has seen a healthy growth since then. Meetings are held once a month on
     Saturday afternoons in Dundee, Scotland, and all are welcome, whether WFA members or not. For details, go to
3. Peter Hart - Find Peter's website at and enjoy a good read!
4. Bob Paterson, the recent Chairman of the WFA, has set up an excellent website at . Bob and his wife, Julia, have completely renovated their  property, Maison Lavande, on the Somme and I must say that it would make an ideal base for touring the battlefields with all mod cons etc. The rental price is also spot on. I would encourage you to visit their website as it not only gives full details for consideration by prospective occupants but also stands on its own merits as a very good battlefield guide. If you are thinking of visiting the Western Front, take a close look at . You won't be disappointed.