The Enemy Above: British Reactions to German Zeppelin Raids in the Great War by Frank A Blazich Jr.

The Enemy Above: British Reactions to German Zeppelin Raids in the Great War by Frank…

The Enemy Above: British Reactions to German Zeppelin Raids in the Great War by Frank A Blazich Jr. In Stand To! No. 86 …

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The Bombing of London

The Bombing of London

The Bombing of London  By Ian Castle   (Reproduced here under Creative Commons license from the 1914-18 Encyclopedia …

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The First Air Raid: Great Yarmouth by Bob Wyatt

The First Air Raid: Great Yarmouth by Bob Wyatt

This item by Bob Wyatt, Stand To! Editor who was also editor of Stand To! for a while, appeared in Stand To! No. 27 1989…

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The End of The Zeppelins

The End of The Zeppelins

This item first appeared in Stand To! No. 31 (Spring 1991). It was the 22nd piece in a series titled 'The Home Front'. …

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Revist 'The Camera Returns' (47) Beaucourt-en-Santerre with Google Street View

Revist 'The Camera Returns' (47) Beaucourt-en-Santerre with Google Street View

The Camera Returns (47) Beaucourt-en-Santerre. Original research by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy. Travel the roads of the …

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The Battle of the Bees

The Battle of the Bees

The First World War was a truly global conflict. Although the vast majority of the fighting took place in France and Bel…

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The Easter Rising - Dublin 1916

The Easter Rising - Dublin 1916

The Battles of the First World War took place in many countries and across various continents - from China to Lake Tanga…

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The first footballer killed in 1914: Larrett Roebuck of Huddersfield Town

The first footballer killed in 1914: Larrett Roebuck of Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town full-back Larrett Roebuck was the first professional footballer from the English Leagues to be killed …

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Medal Index Cards

Medal Index Cards

During the late part of the First World War the Army Medal Office began a system of making out an index card for each in…

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British Corps Commanders in the Great War

British Corps Commanders in the Great War

As identified by Andrew Simpson in his PhD thesis,[1] there is remarkably little written about British Corps command in …

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Two men with five names: The Curious Case of Cornelius Costello

Two men with five names: The Curious Case of Cornelius Costello

The image of the headstone below - which is in Dover (St James's) Cemetery - is perhaps not terribly unusual. It names a…

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The loss of HMS Bulwark

The loss of HMS Bulwark

Losses of life in the First World War are more often than not attributed to engagements in battle or enemy action of som…

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