Editor’s Introduction

  • The Lord Ashcroft Victoria Cross/George Cross Gallery, IWM

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Hundred Days
  • The Strange Case of Walter Napleton Stone VC
    Fromelles

Private 'X' and the Immortal Eighty of Festubert (Part 1) by Colin Taylor

The Aristocrats' Cemetery at Zillebeke by Jerry Murland

The Adventures of Byng and Birdwood by David Nalson

A Fortnight in France - A Soldier's Story of the Battle of Estaires, April 1918 by David Thompson

The Camera Returns (72): Becordel-Bécourt by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

Great War Memorials - Memory and National Identity by Christopher Nash

The BEF 1914-18 (Part 3) - 1916  by Bob Butcher

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

War Art: Art of the Great War - Some Examples from the German Side by David and Judith Cohen

Great War British Army Officer Records as a Research Source by Michael Lucas

Remembering the Great War at the Royal Academy of Arts, Picadilly by Ray Westlake

Joseph Ashmore - 1/6 Battalion Durham Light Infantry by Fred Ashmore

The Port of Spain Great War Memorial, Trinidad by John Dixon

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • A Companion to World War I by John Horne (Ed.)
  • World War I and the Question of Ulster. The Correspondence of Lilian and Wilfred Spender by Margaret Baguley (Ed.)
  • The Burden of Guilt: How Germany Shattered the Last Days of Peace, Summer 1914 by Daniel A. Butler
  • War Record of the London & North Western Railways by Edwin A Pratt
  • The Story of the Footballers' Battalion in the Great War by Andrew Riddoch and John Kemp
  • Tanks on the Somme from Morval to Beaumont Hamel by Trevor Pidgeon
  • War Planning 1914 by R F Hamilton and H H Herwig (Eds.) 
  • Some Desperate Glory: The Diary of a Young Officer by Edwin Campion Vaughan
  • Aristocrats Go to War: Uncovering the Zillebeke Churchyard Cemetery by Jerry Murland
  • When the Whistle Blows: The Story of the Footballers’ Battalion in the Great War by Andrew Riddoch and John Kemp
  • War Planning 1914 by R F Hamilton and H H Herwig (Eds.)
  • Tank Action in the Great War - B Battalion’s Experience 1917 by Ian Verrinder
  • A District at War - Irlam and Cadishead’s Part in the Great War 1914-1918 by Neil Drum and Pete Thomas
  • Mud Blood and Bullets: The Memoirs of a Machine Gunner on the Western Front by Edward Rowbotham
  • Brief Glory: the life of Arthur Rhys Davids, DSO, MC
  • Albert Ball VC - The Fighter Pilot Hero of World War I by Colin Pengelly
  • Lander’s War. The War Diaries of Lieutenant Charles Lander 10th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment
  • Carnival of Hell - German Combat Experience on the Somme, 1916 by Richard A Baumgartner (Ed.)
  • The Other Side of the Wire Vol.I - With the German XIV Reserve Corps on the Somme, September 1914-June 1916 by Ralph J Whitehead
  • Somme 1916: A Battlefield Companion by Gerald Gliddon
  • Tracing Great War Ancestors: Finding uncle Bill by Pen and Sword
  • No Labour, No Battle, Military Labour during the First World War buring the First World War by John Starling and Ivor Lee

Short Notices

  • First World War Studies from The International Society for First World War Studies
  • DVD: Official History of the War
  • Rural Sacrifice. The War Dead of Bisley, Eastcombe and Oakridge (1914-19) from N J Thornicroft
  • The Great Western Railway in the First World War by Sandra Gittins
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