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‘Allies are a Tiresome Lot’: The British Army in the First World War

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By John Dillon Helion & Co Ltd, Solihull, £29.95, 221pp, 15 ills,4 maps bibliog, notes and refs, index ISBN 978-1-910777-32-9. Book Review by David Filsell This, the 12th in the ever excellent Wolverhampton Military Series, published by Helion, is another good overview of Britain’s relative poorly covered involvement the war on the Italian …


13 November: Soldiers of the Empire by Prof Peter Stanley

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'Soldiers of the Empire' international, intercultural encounters in the Great War, then and now by Professor Peter Stanley (University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy)  Peter Stanley looks at the ways the Great War opened up connections between parts of the British Empire and its peoples, suggesting how the war created con…