In early April 1918 Ludendorff launched his "Georgette" offensive and the soldier in the grave shown on the frontispiece died countering the German attack.  His story, together with that of Lieut. Col. Egerton Fairclough and the motto on the grave is the first article in the Despatch.  Separate, there is a tale written by Brigadier General Kentish about an incident during Georgette.  Also read inside about the Zeebrugge raid on 23 April 1918 and the Lancashire volunteers who died; a report about the 10th Commanding Officer's conference; seven Lancashire VCs; France's Monument to their Marne Victory; a soldiers poem and more.