Editor’s Notes

The WFAs stance for the Centenary 1914-2014

Communications Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Cycling Cheminais
  • Remembering Hugo Haase

Conspicuous Bravery at Fromelles by Paul Cobb

Brigadier General R H Husey, DSP and Bar, MC London Rifle Brigade by Jeremy Archer

Loos to St. Eloi - the Experience of the Saxon 123. Infantrie Division on the Western Front, 1915 (Part I) by Andrew Lucas

Army Medical Services on the Western Front by Bob Butcher

Open Warfare during the 'Hundred Days' - 1918 by Dr Alun Thomas

The Camera Returns (78): South of Zillebeke by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

With Three Divisions (but Not His Own) Lieutenant Philip Russell Meredith, MC, 50th Battalion Machine Gun Corps in France July - September 1918 by Barbara Meredith

War Art: 760345 Acting Sergeant Ernest Blaikley, MSM, MBE 2/28 County of London Battalion - Artists’ Rifles (1885-1965) by David and Judith Cohen

‘They sold us a pup!’ - the US II Corps and the Assault on the Hindenburg Line - September 1918 by Gordon Walker

Remembering the Great War in Bradford-on-Avon by Ray Westlake

The Old Watch Factory Prescot, Liverpool - Then and Now by Stephen Nulty

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)

  • The Hounds of Ulster: A History of the Northern Irish Regiments in the Great War by Gavin Hughes
  • 'Young Citizen Soldier' From Boyhood in Antrim to Hell on the Somme. The Journal of Rifleman James McRoberts, 14th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, January 1915-April 1917 by David Truesdales (Ed.)
  • Friends and Enemies: The 7th Royal Berkshire Regiment in World War One by John Chapman
  • The Hidden Threat: The Story of Mines and Minesweeping by the Royal Navy in World War I by Jim Crossley 
  • ANZACS on the Western Front: The Australian War Memorial Battlefield Guide by Peter Pedersen and Chris Roberts.
  • Fall of Eagles: Airmen of World War One by Alex Revell
  • Bad Characters: Sex, Crime, Mutiny, Murder and the Australian Imperial Force by Peter Stanley
  • Marjorie's War by Reginald and Charles Fair 
  • The Romanian Battlefront in World War I by Glenn E Torrey
  • Women in War: from Home to Front Line by Celia Lee & Paul Edward Strong (Eds.)
  • For King and Kanata: Canadian Indians in the First World War by Timothy C Winegard
  • Duty Done: 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers in the Great War by David Langley
  • The March on Paris by Alexander von Kluck
  • The Chinese Attack by John Bishop
  • The Somme Stations by Andrew Martin
  • My Dear, I Wanted to Tell You by Louisa Young
  • The Acolytes by Michael Arnold Williams
  • A Quartermaster at the Front: The Diary of Lieutenant Colonel Allen Whitty Worcester Regiment 1914-1919 by Lieutenant Colonel Allen Witty
  • Somewhere in Blood Soaked France: The Diary of Corporal Angus Mackay, Royal Scots, Machine Gun Corps 1914-1917 by Corporal Angus Mackay
  • Royal Naval Division: Antwerp, Gallipoli, Western Front 1914-1919 by Leonard Sellers (Ed.)

Short Notices

  • North Sea Battleground: The War at Sea 1914-1918 by Bryan Perrett
  • ‘Remember These Men …’ The Dead of Three Cornish Villages: Tintagel, Boscastle and St. Genny’s 1914-1919 by Nick Thornicroft (WFA Member)
  • Dorchester Remembers the Great War by Brian Bates
  • Addlestone’s Victory Park by Jim Knight
  • Search by Paul Mansard: A Collection of prints 1912-1916 by Jeremy Kemp
  • The Baghdad Railway Club by Andrew Martin
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