Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • John Terraine's health
  • John Terraine's poem 'In May'
  • School party Behaviour at the Menin Gate 
  • Cricketing Photographs

Territorial Battalions of the King's (The King’s Liverpool Regiment) by Lieutenant Colonel A J Moore, TD

Poetry by Helen MacPhail

Postcard by Tony Allen

Dolomitenfreunde by James Ure

Black Soldiers in the British Army 1914-1919 by Paul Reed

Bruges and Gravelines July-September 1914: A Diary Edited by Meryl Moore

War Art: Jean Berne-Bellecour b. 1874 by David Cohen 

The Innkeeper and the Upper Room: Talbot House

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Sir Ivor Maxse
  • Non-Conformists
  • Martin Middlebrook on ‘blacking in’ names on memorials with chalk or crayon
  • Harry Wells VC
  • School Visits to the Western Front

Where are the Blankshires ?

Towards a Memorial Avenue: The Western Front Association and the National Memorial Arboretum by Paul Gough

County and Regiment: An Analysis of Recruitment and the Northumberland Fusiliers 1914-1918 by Graham Stewart

The Camera Returns (31): Blangy on the outskirts of Arras by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy

Geology and Warfare on the Western Front by Peter Doyles and Matthew Bennett

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • The Indian Corps in France by Lt Col J W B Merewether
  • Brassey's Companion to the British Army by Maj Gen Makepiece-Warne
  • The History of the 89th Brigade 1914-1918 by Brig. Gen F C Stanley
  • The Finest of all by F Holcroft
  • Listening In. Intercepting German Trench Communications in World War I by E Henrichs
  • British Fighting Methods in the Great War by P Griffiths (Ed.)
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