Notes By The Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Patron John Terraine turns 80
  • Durham Seminar
  • Trench Map CD Rom

Webwatch (5) by Jim Fanning

First Across: The Letters of Roger Williams Birdseye 1915-17 by Leonard G Shurtleff

War Art from  the David Cohen Fine Art Collection G20333 Lance Corporal Harold Earnshaw 8th (Pioneer) Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (1886-1937)

'All Over by Christmas' by Tony Allen

Heckmondwike Lads by Louis Ackroyd


Teilhard De Chardin's La Nostalgie du Front introduced and translated by Lanayre de Liggera

The Shell-Shock Debate by Barry R. Price

The Camera Returns (42) Bonnay by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy

All Quiet on the Western Front? Fact or Fiction? by Matthew Lucas

Heroes All by Ray Westlake

  • Second-Lieutenant Harold Percy Clarke, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own) 

A German Postcard Collection

Lt. Walter Scott Griffith Northumberland Hussars Yeomanry 

Member's Research: 

  • Incidents in the Aisne Valley May-Aug 1918 by F Ashmore 
  • A Great War web page by David Blanchard and pupils of Simon Langton Boys' School, Canterbury
  • Alan and Amy - love story with a happy ending - like Alan and Iris by Pamela McLeary

Mort de Soissons Arthur Martins by Andrew England, Maurice Johnson and Dick Rayner

Ledbury, Herefordshire The Camera Returns: To the Home Front by Andrew Taylor

Communication Lines

  • Photographic Mystery
  • WFA in America

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)

  • Their Names Shall Be Carved in Stone by F Bond
  • The Lost Battalion by Thomas M Jackson and Fletcher Pratt
  • An Artist's Diary: Expedition to the Somme Battlefields by Robert Perry
  • The British Field Marshals 1763-1997 by T A Heathcote
  • The Hazy Red Hell. Fighting Experiences on the Western Front 1914-1918 by Tom Donovan
  • War Land on the Eastern Front - Culture, National Identity and the German Occupation in World War I by V G Lieulevicius
  • U S Infantry Weapons of the First World War by Bruce N Canfield
  • The Great War 1914-1918 by Spencer T Tucker
  • Nice Girls and Rude Girls. Women Workers in World War I by Deborah Thom
  • A Village Goes to War. A History of the Men of Ravensthorpe who Fell in the Great War by David Tattersfield
  • Seek Glory, Now Keep Glory. The Story of the 1st Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1914-1918 by John Ashby
  • The Battle of Neuve Chapelle by Geoff Bridger

Editor's Choice:

  • The Battle of Neuve Chappelle by Geoff Bridger
  • A Haven in Hell by Paul Chapman
  • French Women and the World War by Margaret H. Darrow
  • Sepoys in the Trenches by G.Corrigan
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