Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Editor. Tony Farquharson
  • Roll of Honour - Three Veteran Members remembered

New Committee

The Final Offensive. The 1993 Presidential Address by the Honorary President John Terraine

WFA Poets

Address at the AGM, 12 March 1994 by Tony Noyes, The WFA Chairman

Ironclad. The Service of 202081 Pte Frank Beresford H Bn Tank Corps by Charles Reece Beresford 

Old Soldiers Never Die by Frank Richards DCM MM 

Be Strong and of Good Courage: The Lives and Careers of the Barrington-Kennett Brothers by Nigel Wood

The Camera Returns (22) Hedauville by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy

The Field General Court Martial of 7595 Private James A Haddock 12th (Service) Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment (Sheffield City Battalion) by P J Oldfield

"At the Eleventh Hour ... " Recollections of 11 November 1918 by Paul Cobb

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Neuve Eglise
  • Book Reviews
  • Clearing Battlefields 
  • The Camera Returns
  • 42nd East Lancashire Division 
  • Pals Battalions

Reminiscences and Experiences of Adam Fulton in the Great War (10th Bn Border Regiment, later 6th Bn Border Regiment) by John M Cameron

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)

  • A Deep Cry. A Literary Pilgrimage to the battlefields and Cemeteries of First World War British Soldier Poets Killed in Northern France and Flanders by Anne Powell (Ed.) 
  • The War Correspondents: The Boer War by Raymond Sibbald
  • The Tenth (Irish) Division in Gallipoli by Bryan Cooper
  • German WWI Identity/Disks by Peter Meinlschmidt 
  • Experiences of the IV German Corps in the Battle of the Somme during July 1916
  • Birmingham in the First World War by P J Letheridge
  • Forearmed by Anthony Clayton
  • Coalitions Politicians & Generals by Dominick Graham and Shelford Bidwell
  • "I Survived Didn't I" The Great War Reminiscences of Private 'Ginger' Byrne by Joy Cave (Ed.)
  • Battle Maps of the Ypres Salient by Mr & Mrs Holt

 

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