Bulletin arrived through member's letterboxes this morning and is going out to Digital Members right now.
The following provides a contents listing for Bulletin 116. April 2020
Introduction and News
- President’s Introduction : Professor Gary Sheffield
- Rob Thompson receives The Western Front Association Hero Award
- Obituary: Geoff Longmore
- Executive Committee Matters : WFA Chairman : Colin Wagstaff
- Website, Twitter and Trench Lines April 2019 to April 2020
- Project Alias
- Ypres: Covid-19 measurements at Ypres
- News from Ypres.
- The Last Post Ceremony as from Saturday 12 March 2020
Reviews of the Sam Mendes film '1917'
- 1917: Right Story, Wrong Location by Andrew Rawson
- Truth in the Telling by Alexander Falbo-Wild, Chairman, East Coast USA Branch
Historical Insight into 1917
- Alberich Bewegung : The 1917 German Withdrawal to the Hindenburg Line by Jack Sheldon
- Crossing the Devastated Zone 1917 : Lessons and Consequences for the BEF by Rob Thompson
- The German Use of Booby Traps and Long Delay Devices during the withdrawal to the Hindenburg Line in 1917 by Ian Jones
- When all else fails, runners in the Front Line by Clive Harris
The Mystery Man of Douchy-Les-Ayette - an update by Tom Tulloch-Marshall and Jonathan Porter.
Annual Report & Accounts
- President’s Introduction and Reflections : Gary Sheffield
- Chairman’s Comments : Colin Wagstaff
- Trustees Report and Financial Statements for the Year Ended 31 October 2019
WFA Branch Chairs’ Conference 29 Feb/1 March 2020
- Report on this two day event
- Presentation by the Digital Editor 1st March
- Branch Meetings and Contacts
- Branch Lines : Branch news
- Gun Fire magazine now on the website
- First World War Schools Commemorative Project : Will Butler
- Captain Cecil Thomas Tuff : Rededication of his Grave
- A Soldier’s Story : Arthur Maltby Northants Regiment. Pte Charles Hatter.
- Remembering Wartime: Jewish Heroin Edith Hilda Munro VAD finally remembered.
- SomeKindHand: a Pilgrimage to the Burial Grounds and Memorials of the Great War in Belgium and France.
- MA History and the First World War
- WFA Christmas Tours
A pilgrim to the burial grounds.
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