‘The Empire Strokes Back’ BEF Logistic and Engineering Preparations and Development for the Advance to Victory, 1918 by Rob Thompson
Feeding Victory Food and British Victory in the First World War by Professor Eric Grove
The Croix de Guerre Battalion 6/Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch) in the Battle of Tardenois, July 1918 by Chris Noble
The Camera Returns (95) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall
Missing at Arras, Lost in Persia A Family’s Tragedy by Richard Thompson for Judith Ley
The Battle of Cambrai - No, Not that One! by Jack Sheldon
‘Brothers in Arms’ Breaking the Hindenburg Line by Clive Harris
Anglo-French Views of the American Army in the Autumn of 1918 by A D Harvey
Through a Soldier’s Lens Jack Speed’s Great War Photography by Jana Meye and Heather Potter
The End. The German Army in Autumn 1918 by Sebastian Laudan
The US 2nd Division at Blanc Mont Ridge by Major General (read.0 David T Zabecki
Crossing the Sambre: 4 November 1918 by Derek Clayton
The New Zealand Division in 1918 by Christopher Pugsley
All Over Bar the Shouting 11 November 1918 by Peter Hart
Reflections on 11 November 198 by Paul Cobb
After the Armistice GHS, Command and Celebrations in the Days following the End of the War by James Benn
The Post-Armistice Collection, Identification and Burial of the Dead by David McGregor
‘Nix Mear Gefangener’ The Return of British Prisoners of War after the Armistice by Simon Fowler
One Hell of a Row. A War Widow’s Pension by John and David Lea
‘To Keep the Faith’ John McCrae, Moina Michale and the Flanders Poppy by Diana Beaupre and Adrian Watkinson
Garrison Library: World War I book reviews.
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