Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Armistice Day 2001
  • 1914-18: Le Magazine de la Grande Guerre

Webwatch (7) by Jim Fanning 

The Legacy of Verdun - Malcolm Brown

No Journey's End: An American Nurse in France by Ann Ray 

Uncle Harper at Cambrai: General Harper at Cambrai by John Hussey

The Camera Returns (44) Bernafay Wood, 5 November 1916 Hamel by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy 

War Art by David Cohen 92100 Sergeant E Claude Rowberry MM 4th Battalion D Squadron Tank Corps (1896-1962) 

Madame Caillaux. Whatever Happened to Her? By Jim Minnoch

Poetry

Records, Recruitment and the Rank and File: Spring 1915 - A Note by Chris Hill 

Heroes All (6) Private Donald Waters 1/4th Seaforth Highlanders 

Remembering the AEF by David C Homsher 

Members' Research:

Philip William Bates 1897- 1974 by Peter Wiseman

Sydney Walter Manning, MC by Marelyn Manning

Out Of A Long Silence: George Gordon Bates by Ione Bates

 

Communication Lines

  • The Military Band at Arras
  • British at Verdun
  • Fovant Badges near Salisbury

Civil Service Rifles

American Combat Experiences in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1915-1917 by T J Harris

Garrison Library (First World War book reviews)

  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to World War I by Alan Axelrod
  • United States Naval Aviation, 1910-1918 by Noel C Shirley 
  • All That We Had, We Gave. The Story of the Denbighshire Territorials August 1914-September 1915 by Peter Glyn
  • United States Naval Aviation 1910-1918 by Noel C Shirley
  • General Headquarters 1914-1916 and its Critical Decisions by Eric von Falkenhayn
  • The Great War and the Twentieth Century by Jay Winter, Geoffrey Parker and Mary R Habeck (Eds). 
  • Mametz Wood - Somme - Battleground Europe by Michael Renshaw
  • The World War 1 Diaries and Letters of W Stull Holy by Maclyn P Burg and Thomas J Priestley
  • Flawed Victory, Jutland 1916 by Keith Yates
  • The Undermining of Austria Hungary. The Battle for Hearts and Minds by Mark Cornwall
  • 148 Days on the Somme, 2nd July to 26th November by Barry Cuttell
  • Verdun by David Mason
  • Out Since '14. A History of the 1.2nd Battalion The Monmouthshire Regiment by John Dixon
  • Kitchener by John Pollock
  • Once a Cameron Highlander. A Record of Personal Experiences from 1914 to 1919 by Robert Burns
  • Irish Voices from the Great War by Myles Dungan
  • Irish Guards - The First Hundred Years 1900-2000 
  • Editor’s Choice:
  • First World War Graves and Memorials by Ray Westlake
  • Bravest of Hearts by Hal Giblin with David Evans and Dennis Reeves
  • In Search of the Better ‘Ole by Tony and Valmai Holt
  • Salient Points by Tony Spagnoly
  • CD: Oh! It’s a Lovely War!
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