Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor) 

  • Passchendaele Anniversary
  • Fiftieth Edition of Stand To! 
  • 100th Birthday Veteran George Louth 
  • Remembering the Armistice
  • Roll of Honour - deaths of veterans

The Battles of Flanders in the summer and autumn of 1917 from Gen Van Kuhl's Der Weltkrieg 1914-1918, Volume II (pp.117-132) (Berlin, Kolk, 1928) translated by the late Colonel Roderick Macleod DSO, MC, Royal Artillery and revised by Colin Fox BA, MPhil with an introduction by John Hussey from a copy made available to him by John Terraine. 

The Camera Returns (32): Vaulx Vraucourt north-east of Bapaume by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy

Subvention, Impressment and Mass Production. The 'Standard' Lorry and British Military Logistics 1912-1918 by Alan S Wakefield 

The Somme Memorial to the Missing by Martin Middlebrook

A Policeman on board the Hampshire by R McAdam

The Hon. Evelina Haverfield by Ray Westlake

War Art: William Cecil Dunford, FRSA, RDS (1885-1969) by David Cohen

Casualties during the Somme Battles by Geoffrey Noon

The Anti-Aircraft Corps by Michael N Jackson 

Poetry by Helen MacPhail 

Postcards by Tony Allen The Daily Mail Series

The Raid by Ralph Whitehead

Remembering - Poem by Sarah Hendry, age 15, Lewes, East Sussex

An Australian Diary: Thomas Edward Keeling with an introduction by Brian F Dyer

William Alonzo, Border Frontiersman by David Ashwin

A Casualty Clearing Station at War by Philip Guest

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Geology and Warfare
  • Hill 60 bunker
  • Black Soldiers
  • Commemoration 1918-1998
  • London Scottish
  • Tubby Clayton at Talbot House

Rifleman John Corns: Tracking a Spirit of the Great War by Adrian Gregson

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • Passchendaele - the untold story by Prior Wilson reviewed by Gary Sheffield
  • Legacy of the Some 1916 by Gerald Glidden
  • Walking the Somme by Paul Reed 
  • La Boiselle by Michael Stedman
  • The Royal Air Force in the Great War 
  • Handbook of the Russian Army by General Staff
  • Of Those Who Lie In Foreign Fields (Colton, Staffordshire) by R I Stanley & Joy Bratherton
  • The Trumpet Sounded (Oxfordshire) by Patricia Utechin
  • The Launton Lads Who Went to War by Pat Tucker
  • The Conservation of War Memorials from the National Inventory of War Memorials
  • Poems about the Accrington Pals by Benjamin Hargreaves
  • Cinema and the Great War by Andrew Kelly
  • Collecting Metal Shoulder Titles by Ray Westlake
  • W H R Rivers by Richard Slobdin
  • The Air VCs by Peer G Cooksley
  • Naval Aviation in the First World War by R D Layman
  • Valour - A History of the Gurkhas by E D Smith
  • A Fiery Glow in the Darkness by Michael Grundy
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