108: January 2017 Open Access Copy

108: January 2017 Open Access Copy

Stand To 108 CONTENTS Communication Lines p.2–3 Zeppelins over Edinburgh: Truths and Myths of the First Bombing Raid …

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107: October 2016

107: October 2016

To access the rest of the archive you need to be a member of the Western Front Association. CONTENTS Communication Lin…

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001: Spring 1981

001: Spring 1981

Historian John Terraine berates those who indulge in ‘purely tragic pilgrimages to the Western Front’.

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002: Autumn 1981

002: Autumn 1981

Gunners, guns, doughboys and unremembered generals alongside talk of the Butte de Warlencourt ...

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003: Winter 1981

003: Winter 1981

Porton revisited, a cemetery moved, trench weaponry and plans for the 70th Anniversary ...

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004: Spring 1982

004: Spring 1982

This 1st anniversary edition carries an additional 4 pages for articles and veteran member memoirs ...

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005: Summer 1982

005: Summer 1982

Veterans on the Western Front - in their own words: Loos eye-witness account and more ...

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006: Winter 1982:

006: Winter 1982:

German and British veterans recall, in turn, the March 1918 Offensive and the taking of Thiepval. With regular features,…

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007: Spring 1983

007: Spring 1983

John Terraine's WFA Chairman's Address on Generals, trench weaponry and the RFC over Flanders ...

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008: Summer 1983

008: Summer 1983

Regular features, veterans tell their stories and Col Terry Cave writes about the Territorial Infantry Division.

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009: Winter 1983

009: Winter 1983

Veterans return to Ypres and Tyne Cot and others reminisce. With articles on the New Army and Art at the Front.

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010: Spring 1984

010: Spring 1984

WFA founder John Giles resigns through ill-health, John Terraine counters the stereotypical views of the Western Front a…

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011: Summer 1984

011: Summer 1984

Diaries, memoirs and recollections of 1914 by WFA veteran members, alongside commentary from historians: the diary of Si…

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012: Winter 1984

012: Winter 1984

Christmas Greetings from the Honorary President and Chairman, along with memories of Christmas on the Western Front. Inc…

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013: Spring 1985

013: Spring 1985

As well as regular articles a compelling, though vitriolic exchange between the editor, book reviewer, an author and cor…

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014: Summer 1985

014: Summer 1985

A comprehensive Part II on the Indian Army, as well as articles on the German Air Service, on a WFA veteran's experience…

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015: Winter 1985

015: Winter 1985

Discover in this issue many unique photographs of the interior of The War Office during the Great War, as well as regula…

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016: Spring 1986

016: Spring 1986

Cyclists at War, Horses at War as well as member research and articles from historians.

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017: Summer 1986

017: Summer 1986

The Somme behind German lines, an obituary to Sir John Grubb, bayonets, maps and Craven's Past in the Great War.

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018: Winter 1986

018: Winter 1986

The Canadians on the Somme, the Wounded on the Somme, Delville Wood and vignettes of the German Experience on the Somme.…

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019: Spring 1987

019: Spring 1987

The Camera Returns no.1, comparing 'then and now' begins its 30 year run. A pilgrimage to the Western Front, Stretcher b…

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020: Summer 1987

020: Summer 1987

70 years ago, John Terraine's AGM address, Cyclists and an article from Tonie & Valmai Holt.

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021: Winter 1987

021: Winter 1987

The 1937 unveiling of a statue of Haig, tank regiments, Cambrai memoir, trench mapping and more.

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022: Spring 1988

022: Spring 1988

Articles on the Canadian Corps, The Newfoundland Regiment and memoirs 'From Cambrai to the Rhine' and 'A German Soldier'…

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023: Summer 1988

023: Summer 1988

The recall of Sir John French, Lice, Trench Mortars, memoirs and established items like 'The Camera Returns'.

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024: Winter 1988

024: Winter 1988

John Terraine's Presidential Address, the Canadian Army, behind the lines with the Military Police, the Royal Welsh Fusl…

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025: Spring 1989

025: Spring 1989

The Australians at Broodseinde (Ypres), Gary Sheffield reviews 'Kitchener's Army', the Canadian Corps, Hampshire Aircraf…

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026: Summer 1989

026: Summer 1989

John Terraine's Presidential Address on Haig, the Lincolns, the Last VC passes, the Derby Scheme brassards and more.

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027: Winter 1989

027: Winter 1989

'Soldiers of the Great War' on CD hints at the digital revolution to come, the newly refurbished Imperial Museum is revi…

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028: Spring 1990

028: Spring 1990

Articles from veterans, with diaries and detail on the Belgian Army, Sappers, Hurdcott Camp at Salisbury and more.

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029: Summer 1990

029: Summer 1990

John Terraine addresses the myth of Fissell saying of Third Ypres “Did we send men into this?”

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030: Winter 1990

030: Winter 1990

An emphasis on 1918, with other features on prisoners of war, sound ranging, trench foot and the Butte de Warlencourt.

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031: Spring 1991

031: Spring 1991

James Brazier, WFA member no.4 retires as Treasurer after 11 years. Numerous articles, including: German Tanks, Army Sig…

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032: Summer 1991

032: Summer 1991

Mons: The Retreat to Victory by John Terraine and numerous other specialist articles and regular features.

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033: Winter 1991

033: Winter 1991

The Battles of the Somme (part II), the Northern Irish Regiments (the Southern Irish in ST! 32), British POWs and more .…

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034: Spring 1992

034: Spring 1992

Death of The Western Front Association founder John Giles and John Terraine's Presidential Address on Haig.

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035: Summer 1992

035: Summer 1992

The Camera Returns, One Man's War, Behind the Lines, The Home Front and other regular features.

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036: Winter 1992

036: Winter 1992

The Advance into Germany, Signal Companies and the Training Reserve, poison gas and the London Pharmacists Volunteers.

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037: Spring 1993

037: Spring 1993

Passchendaele - the Presidential Address from John Terraine. Also South Africa and the Great war and much more.

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038: Summer 1993

038: Summer 1993

The Organisation of the British army in the Great War, dealing a blow to Western Front Myths, Germans at Ypres and more …

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039: Winter 1993

039: Winter 1993

A new editor at Stand To! Articles include 'Rebels: The Irish Uprising of 1916' and Peter Liddle on 'The Battle of the S…

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040: Spring 1994

040: Spring 1994

John Terraine's presidential address 'The Final Offensive' with other features on the Tank Corps, Court Martials and the…

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041: Summer 1994

041: Summer 1994

Editor Ann Clayton begins her 12 year stint on Stand To! Established features and heavy-weight articles on a myriad of t…

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042: Winter 1994

042: Winter 1994

With regulars such as 'The Camera Returns' and 'War Art' and the continuing scene setting by Col. Terry Cave with 'Army …

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043: April 1995

043: April 1995

Revisiting the Old Front Line with Ian Beckett, Siege Batteries and RFC Squadrons, the Ypres Salient and John Terraine o…

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044: September 1995

044: September 1995

Book reviews, letters to the editor, regular features and specialist articles on Ypres to Cyclists.

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045: January 1996

045: January 1996

The 15th Anniversary of John Terraine as Hon. President of the WFA is marked. Regular features, articles, letters and re…

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046: April 1996

046: April 1996

The Collapse of Imperial Germany. Soldiers Documents in the PRO, Trevor Pidgeon on Tanks and regular items.

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047: September 1996

047: September 1996

John Terraine at 75 on Generals and WW1 Myths, Sir Douglas Haig's Diaries and Despatches and regular features like War A…

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048: January 1997

048: January 1997

The Affair of Nevy, Horace Pippin an African-American on the Western Front, and reviews of John Terraine's 'Facing Armag…

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049: April 1997

049: April 1997

The Geology of the Western Front is a unique insight to the ground fought over. This and regular features and specialist…

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050: September 1997

050: September 1997

The Battles of Flanders 1917, a review of Prior & Wilson's 'Passchendaele' by Gary Sheffield and regular articles an…

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