Notes by the Way (From the Editor)

  • Memorial Fresco, St Lukes, Brighton 
  • Royal Naval Division searchable database online

British Divisional Christmas Cards 1914-1918 by Andrew Brooks 

Mobilising the BEF August 1914 by Jim O'Brien 

Not 'Ordinary Lunatics' The Ex-Services' Welfare Society & The Treatment of Shell-Shocked Men after the Great War by Fiona Reid

Bringing the Unknown Warrior Home - A Coffin for the Unknown Warrior by Mr Nodes (writing in 1920)

Surgery of the Head & 70 Day Brain Surgeons by William C. Hanigan MD, PhD

The Legacy of the Army of 1918 by G. Long

  • Training, Tactics and organisation

Poetry: The Pilgrimage 1930, Christmas, 1915

The Mark VII Tank: Experiments with Hydraulic Drive by Christopher Nash 

'Nothing Like Nickyteen' - on smoking in the Great War 

The Price of Fags in 1916 by Michael Senior 

Woodbine Willie 

First and Last. Durham Light Infantry involvement in the Battles of the Aisne by David Thompson MLitt

War Art :  Sculpture of the Great War by David Cohen

  • Sir Jacob Epstein

A Pioneer in Picardy Part II extracts from Pioneer James Greenwood's memoirs

A Scottish Memorial Then & Now by John Andrews

The Camera Returns (60): Ransart by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall 

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Impact of Malaria
  • Camera Returns 57 

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • Call to Arms. The British Army 1914-1918 by Charles Messenger
  • Race to the Front: The Material Foundations of Coalition Strategy in Great War by Kevin D. Stubbs
  • Pyrrhic Victory: French Strategy and Operations in The Great War by Robert A Doughty
  • All Roads Lead to France, Bath and the Great War by Andrew Swift 
  • Haig: the Evolution of a Commander by Andrew A Wiest
  • Before Endeavours Fade by Rose Coombs
  • The Warlords: Hindenburg Ludendorff by John Lee
  • Victoria Crosses of the First World War: The Sideshows by Gerald Gliddon
  • Combat - A Neglected Area of Military History by Stefan Felleckner 
  • Haig: the Evolution of a Commander by Andrew A Wiest
  • The Old Front Line by John Masefield
  • Wigs and Guns: Irish Barristers by Anthony P. Quinn
  • The Great Game of Genocide: Imperialism, Nationalism and the Destruction of the Ottoman Armenians by Donald Bloxham
  • The American Expeditionary Forces in World War I by John Evotaw
  • Somme: the Battle Ninety Years On from Wharncliffe Magazines
  • Flyboys directed by Tony Bill 

Philatelic Corner: Commemorative Stamps by Len Shurtleff

 

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