The National United Front (အမျိုးသား ညီညွတ်ရေး တပ်ပေါင်းစု) was a political alliance in Burma.
The alliance was formed in 1955 as a successor to the People's Democratic Front, ahead of the April 1956 general elections. The NUF consisted of left-wing parties such as the Burma Workers Party, the People's Unity Party led by Thein Pe Myint and the People's Peace Front, as well as right-wing parties including the Justice Party led by Aye Maung, the New Mon National Party. In the elections the alliance received 30.4% of the vote, winning 47 seats. Until 1958 it served as the major opposition bloc in the Chamber of Deputies, but when the ruling Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League split into two factions (the Clean AFPFL and the Stable AFPFL) the NUF supported the Clean AFPFL faction led by U Nu in forming a government, although Nu only allowed conservative NUF members to become cabinet ministers.
By the 1960 elections most of the conservative factions of the alliance had