Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

Home Front (9): London: A birds-eye view of the Ministry of Munitions temporary Charing Cross Buildings in 1917 on the Savoy Gardens (Victoria Embankment)

On the Western Front: Soldiers' Stories from France & Flanders 1914-1918 by John Laffin 

The War Office 'Old' and 'New' by P T Scott 

  • Inside the War Office: Previously unpublished photographs (11 pages) pp15-29
  • Director of Graves Registration & Enquires - photos and facsimiles P T Scott (14 pages) pp29-43

The Staff of the BEF: The Myth? The Reality (11 pages) pp15-56

Divisions at Rest: Company Commanders, Course, Doullens 1917 by F A Baker 

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • Echoes of the Great War. The Reverend Andrew Clark 1914-1919 by Rev. Andrew Clark 
  • Q Ships by Carson La Ritche
  • From Mons to Messines and Beyond. The Great War Experiences of Sergeant Charles Arnold by Charles Arnold
  • The Burgoyne Diaries by Gerald Achilles Burgoyne
  • 'Don't be a Soldier!' The Radical Anti-War Movement in North London by Ken Weller
  • The Kitchener Enigma by Trevor Boyle
  • British Food Policy by L Margaret Barnet 
  • Great Uncle Fred's War, an illustrated diary 1917-1920 by Fred Mills
  • The German Poets of the First World War by Patrick Bridgwater
  • Winged Victory by V M Yeats
  • Flying Corps Headquarters 1914-1918 by Maurice Baring
  • The Onslaught: The German Drive to Stalingrad: documented in 150 unpublished colour photographs from the German Archive for Art and History forward by Max Hastings
  • God of War by John Toland
  • The Unknown Army. Mutinies in the British Army in World War I by Douglas Gill and Gloden Dallas

Communication Lines (Letters from the Editor)

Field Punishments

  • Reply by A J Peacock to the ‘splenetic reply’ by P T Scott in ST!13
  • John Terraine, the 50th Division and the failure to learn from the successes of the First World War in the Second
  • Riots of Canadian Troops
  • Glasgow Highlanders 

Intelligence Summary

Roll of Honour - Seven veteran members remembered

  • The Youngest killed 
  • Tunnels at Zonnebeke

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