Another bumper edition with 11 articles, editorial and favourites such as 'The Camera Returns', this and nine considered and detailed book reviews. Including John Terraine's 'Smoke and Fire' reappraised by Gary Sheffield. Illustrated throughout with photographs, maps, charts and tables.

The Front and Back Covers of Stand To! No.122

Communication Lines 

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Reduced and Reconstituted British Divisions, 1918 by Bill Mitchinson [an expanded version of this article appears in full on the WFA's website here > Reduced and Reconstituted

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James Neville Marshall VC MC and Bar by Peter Lees

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The Camera Returns (103) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

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Disaster to Triumph Saving life and limb on the Western Front 1914–18 by Tom Scotland

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The Memoirs of a Japanese Nurse on the Western Front (pt 1) Introduction by Dr Dominiek Dendooven

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Hajimeko Takeda’s Notes by a Japanese Nurse Sent to France or Women Soldiers Dispatched to Europe: the Japanese Red Cross Relief Corps and the First World War by Eiko Araki

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A Poet’s War Office Files by Michael Lucas

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Map Study of 10th Essex (Service) Battalion : Movements 20 – 27 March 1918 by Dora Ringland

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Stereography in the Great War Part I: Paper card manufacturers by Ian Ference

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The Pill Boxes on Ypres’ Ramparts Vestiges of the Anglo/American defence of Ypres, 1918 by Peter Oldham

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Malvina Hoffman – A Monumental Woman : The odyssey of an artist through the Great War by Michael O’Brien

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Garrison Library - First World War Books Reviewed

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John Terraine. The Smoke and the Fire: Myths and Anti-Myths of War 1861-1945. A reappraisal by Gary Sheffield

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Zero Hour Z Day, Volume Two: XV Corps Operational between Mametz and Fricourt by Jonathan Porter

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The Kaiser’s U-Boat Assault on Germany: Germany’s great gamble in the First World War by Han Joachim Koerver

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Endell Street: The Suffragette Surgeons of World War One by Wendy More

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Major General Oliver Nugent: The Irishman who led the Ulster Division in the Great War by Nicholas Perry

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The Coolie’s Great War. Indian Labour in a Global Conflict 1914-1921

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Verdun 1917: The French Hit Back by Christina Holstein

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Directing the Tunnellers’ War: The Tunnelling Memoirs of Captain H R Dixon MC RE b (Eds) Phillip Robinson and Nigel Cave 

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A Lancashire Fusilier’s First World War by Norman Hall

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