Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)
- Soldiers Died CD ROM
- The Kipling Society
- Questions about the size and scope of Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)
The American ‘Royal Engineers’ by Walter Kudlick
Hobart’s History of Cambrai (Part I)
Chapter I: The Allied Situation in October 1917
Chapter II: Tank Corps 1917
Chapter III: The Inception and Development of the Plan Battle
Chapter IV: The Orders and Preparation for Battle
- Patrol at Villers Carbonnel 5 March 1917
- Two Long Service Medal Stories. How Far West Was the Western Front? Ernie Wicks and George Wilson by John S Sly
The Camera Returns (36): Sunken Road at Bourlon February 1918 by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy
The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I by Edward M. Coffman
One Story Among Many by David Heal
War Art: Tank Battle on the Somme by Captain Bryan De Grineau, 1883-1957 by David Cohen
How I escaped from Germany by Lieutenant Walter Duncan 1/8th Batt. King's (Liverpool Regiment)
Poetry by Helen McPhail
A Padre at Amiens: Richard V H Burne
How to find ‘Some Corner of a Foreign Field’ by Peter Francis
Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)
- Who Downed the Aces during the First World War by Norman Franks
- The Arming of Europe and the Making of the First World War by David G Herman
- They Shall Not Grow Old - Irish Soldiers by Myles Dungan (Reviewed by Gary Sheffield)
- Arras to Cambrai: the Kitchener Battalions of the Royal Berkshire Regiment 1917 by Colin Fox et al.
- Handbook of the Belgium Army
- Field Marshal Sir William Robertson by David R Woodward
- Official History of the War. The War in the Air by H A Jones
- A Short History of the Royal Airforce. Air Publications 125
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