In his introduction, the editor Matthew Leonard introduces the many articles featured in this issue about conflict, the aftermath of war, loss, mental trauma, homosexuality and much more. 

This year's issues of Stand To!

Members now receive a copy of Stand To! four times a year. Most are sent out in print form, while Digital Members elect to receive both Stand To! and Bulletin in digital form. The archive of Stand To! is available online - accessible via your Member Login. 

Here are the contents: 

Communications Lines - Letters to the Editor 

The Camera Returns (109) - Bob Grundy and Steve Hall 

The Repatriation and Burial of French Soldiers After the First World War - Christina Holstein 

Clandestine Exhumations. Brining the dead home - Jill Stewart 

No Bodies Found. ‘Ghost’ burials of the Western Front - Tom Tulloch-Marshall

Sarah Smith, the British War Graves Association and the Issue of Repatriation - Mark Connelly

The Trauma of Those Left Behind. Mothers and widows of the Great War - Richard Preston

The Psychological Legacy of Service in Veterans of the First World War. Some reflections - Peter Hodgkinson

The First World War, Facial and the Psychology of Disfigurement - Andrew Bamni

Invisible Killers of the Great War. The fight against microorganisms causing death from wounds and diseases - Tom Scotland

‘No More Than Three Months’ Trench Service. A study in the length of frontline service by other ranks in one during the Great War - Tom Thorpe 

Three Aussies and an Englishman. A personal story of family and war - Myles Lauchlan Sanderson

‘Queer’ Men, Sex with Underage Boys and a Sheep. Prosecutions for gross indecency with a male person during the Great War - Frances Hurd

My Experience in France and Belgium 1917-18. Private Leonard Edgar Trice 242825, 7th Battalion, The Suffolk Regiment - edited by David Isby

Remembered. A reinforcement draft to the Royal Sussex Regiment - John M Ballard

Garrison Library (World War One Books reviewed)