Editor’s Introduction

  • The passing of the last veterans of the First World War

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • In From the Cold - Project update
  • Tyne Cot Visitor Centre

Private Harry Bowring and 'The Hampshire Cross' by Roger Coleman

The Enemy Above: British Reactions to German Zeppelin Raids in the Great War by Frank A Blazich Jr.

47167 Gunner Thomas William Sargent. His War Time Service with the 117th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery by Stan Sargeant

‘Dear Robert’: The Letters of Frank Richards DCM MM to Robert Graves - Part III by David Langley

A Spy in the Lincolns? By David Nalson

57318 Sergeant Pilot Hermon William Tozer 110 Squadron Royal Flying Corps by David Evans

British Casualty Clearing Station No.37 Mont Notre Dame, Aisne by Fred Ashmore

War Art - Percy John Delf Smith (12 March 1882 - 30 October 1948) by David and Judith Cohen

The Camera Returns (68): Chateau de Wyngacourt, Fletre by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

Rutherford, Geiger, Chadwick, Moseley, Cockcroft and their role in the Great War by John Richardson, Russel Edgell, Nick and Harold Hankins

The Lowestoft Drifters and the Dover Mine-Net Barrage in the Great War by Neville Skinner

They Also Service - Lieutenant Charles Bryce Muir by Trevor Lindley

Luxmore Newcombe - a scholarly Soldier by John Sly

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed) 

  • Cambrai 1917: The Myth of the First Great Tank Battle by Bryn Hammond
  • Heart of the Dragon: The VCs of Wales and the Welsh Regiments 1914-1982 by W Alister Williams
  • First World War Flying Act: 20-year Adventure of Harry Chisam 1912-1923 by A Milne, M C Partington and T Preece
  • Bonner VC. The Biography of Gus Bonner; VC and Master Mariner by Sue Satterthwaite
  • Battles in the Alps: A History of the Italian Front of the First World War by G Irvin Root
  • 9th Service Battalion The Sherwood Foresters: Notts and Derby Regiment During the First World War by John Steven Morse
  • The Suicide Club: Machine Gun Corps Companies and Battalions, Guards Machine Gun Units, Their Formation Records & Operations by Graham Sacker
  • The Secret Battle: a Tragedy of the First World War by A P Herbert
  • An Improbable War: The Outbreak of World War I and European Political Culture Before 1914 by Holger Afflerback and David Stevenson (Eds.) 
  • Thank God I am trying to do my little bit. Pte Jim Elwell 7th Suffolks. A Walsall Lad’s Letters from the Trenches 1916-1917 by Ken Wayman
  • History's Greatest Heist: the Looting of Russia by the Bolsheviks by Sean McMeekin
  • World War One: A Chronological Narrative by Philip Warner 
  • The Great War on the Western Front by Paddy Griffith
  • Zeppelins over Suffolk, the Final Raid of the L48 by Mark Mower
  • Harry's War. A British Tommy's Experiences in the Trenches in World War One by Harry Stinton

Short Notices

  • A Young Man’s War. The Diary and Letters of W L Ward 1918 by Alec Ward
  • Cornwall’s Fallen. The Road to the Somme by Nick Thornicroft
  • Biggleswade and the Great War. Our own flesh and blood by Kenneth Wood
  • Knights of Penrhyn. A Tribute to the Fallen Heroes of Penrhyn Parish by Ken Evans
  • Our Glorious Dead. Malmesbury and the Great War 1914-21 by Charles Vernon
  • Their Name Liveth for Evermore. The Great War Roll of Honour for Leicestershire and Rutland by Michael Doyle
  • An Officer’s Manual of the Western Front 1914-1918 by Stephen Bull
  • Shrapnel and Whizzbangs. A Tommy in the Trenches 1914-18 by Jeremy Mitchell
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