Editorial Notes

  • Anniversary Issues

Behind the Lines (5) 51 Siege Battery

My Experiences in the Great War by Clarrie Jarman

WFA Poets

The Five Caribou by Joy A Cave 

  • A postcard of the original log cabin built for the Warden of Beaumont Hamel Memorial Park in 1927 (Postcards P T Scott)

A First Visit to the Battlefields (Beaumont Hamel) by Don Cook

The Territorial Infantry Divisions

Chairman's Letter by John Giles

Home Front (5) Bakery Section (Peter T. Scott)

The Territorial Infantry Divisions by Colonel Terry Cave 

Feeding the Guns (Part VII) by Lt F H MacKay, RFA 1916-19 

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • Joe's War. Memoirs of a Doughboy by Joseph Rizzi (reviewed by James Brazier)
  • God on our Side. The British Padres in World War by Michael Moynihan (reviewed by ‘Obturator’)
  • Somme by Lyn Macdonald (reviewed by ‘Obturator’)
  • China on the Western Front. Britain's Chinese Workforce in the First World War by Michael Summerskill (Reviewed by Peter T Scott)
  • For the Sake of Example by Judge Anthony Babington (reviewed by ‘Obturator’)
  • The Last Summer. May to September 1914 by Kirsty McLeod
  • The Eye of Intelligence by Ursula Powys-Lybbe (reviewed by ‘Obturator’)
  • The Best of Fragments from France by Tonie and Valmai Holt (Eds.) (reviewed by James Brazier)
  • Periodical publications

Reminiscence by Jack Dorgan 

Intelligence Summary

  • Roll of Honour - Seven Veteran Members remembered
  • Intelligence Corps Museum
  • National Army Museums new gallery
  • Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)  

Communication Lines

  • Taking Issue with John Terraine’s address on The Generals
  • The departure of menfolk from to villages based on a study of two memorials in North Bovey, Devon
  • Cover Story - Stormtrooper by Richard A. Baumgartner (Photograph: James Brazier)

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