Editor’s Introduction

  • The Inauguration of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery at Pheasant Wood in Fromelles

Communications Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Iron Memorial Project
  • Pilgrimage or Tourist Attraction

The Southern Tip of the Western Front 1914-1918 - The Terminus of the 'Underground Railway' Oostende-Switzerland by Sebastian Laudan

Raids and Patrols: What's the Difference? By Mike Senior

War Art: Captain Lester Howard Sacré, Essex Regiment, Aide-de-Camp to the Adjutant General, British Armies in France (1916-1917), Lieutenant-General Sir G H Fowke, KCB, KCMG by David and Judith Cohen

‘The Devonshires Held This Trench - The Devonshires Hold It Still’ - (Part 2) by Jeremy Archer

The Camera Returns (71): Ribemont-sur-Ancre by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

Ypres and Beyond - A Sapper's Story: The Reminiscences of Sapper Samuel Charles Drury, 3rd London Field Company RE abridged and edited by David Craigen

The BEF in the Great War - Part 2 - 1915 by Bob Butcher

Rewriting History. An Alternative Account of the Death of Lieutenant George Macpherson of the Heavy Section of the Machine Gun Corps by Colin Hardy

“All means short of murder” British Socialists, 'patriotic labour' and the politics of recruitment during the Great War by David M Young

Remembering the Great War in Borough High Street, Southwark by Ray Westlake

Youth on the Western Front. The Experiences of a Nottinghamshire Lad During the Great War by Sue Andrews

Rutherford, Geiger, Chadwick, Moseley and Cockcroft and their Role in the Great War (Parats 3a) - Henry Moseley by John Richardson, Russell Egdell, Nick and Harold Hankins

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • The Mons Myth: A Reassessment of the Battle by Terence Zuber
  • The Riddles of Wipers: An Appreciation of the Trench Journal 'The Wipers Times' by John Ivelaw-Chapman
  • Mons and the Road to Victory by John Terraine 
  • Cameos of the Western Front: Salient Points Five: Ypres and Picardy 1914-1918 by Tony Spagnoly and Ted Smith
  • The Final Battle; Soldiers of the Western Front and the German Revolution of 1918 by Scott Stephenson
  • Underground Warfare 1914-1918 by Simon Jones
  • Beneath Hill 60 by Will Davies 
  • Boesinghe: Battleground Europe by Stephen McGreal 
  • Belfast Boys. How Unionists and Nationalists Fought and Died in the First World War by Richard Grayson
  • Some Letters from a Subaltern on the Western Front. July 1915-June 1916 by J B Hoyle MC
  • Spies of the First World War. Undercover for King and Kaiser by James Morton
  • Newport Ghosts and the Great War by D J Ashwin
  • The Complete Victoria Cross. A Full Chronological Record of all Holders of Britain's Highest Award for Gallantry by Kevin Brazier
  • The Origins of the First World War by William Mulligan
  • Aircraft of World War I - The Essential Identification Guide by J Harris, B. Pearson
  • R-O-D (The Railways Operating Division on the Western Front 1915-1919 by William A T Aves
  • Letters from Verdun. Frontline Experiences of an American Volunteer in the World War I France by W C and E T Hardy (Eds.)

Short Notices

  • Bloody Victory: The Sacrifice on the Somme and the Making of the Twentieth Century by William J Philpott (In the US published as Three Armies on the Somme: The First Battle of the Twentieth Century)
  • World War I Almanac by David R. Woodward
  • Germany’s Western Front: Translations from the German Official History of the Great War (Eds.) Mark Osborne Humphries & John Maker
  • A Companion to World War I by John Horne (Ed.)
  • Thomas Wilson Bracken: Servant of Empire by Martin Gibson
  • The Occupation of Constantinople 1818-1923 compiled by Brigadier-General Sir James Edmonds.
  • Tyneside Irish, 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th (Service) Battalions of the Northumberland Fusiliers by John Sheen
  • Sheffield Pals. The 12th (Service) Battalion York & Lancaster Regiment by Ralph Gibson

 

 

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