Search results for Chinese Labour Corps.

004: Spring 1982

/stand-to/004-spring-1982/

Download PDF This browser does not support inline PDFs. Please download the PDF to view it: Download PDF  


029: Summer 1990

/stand-to/029-summer-1990/

Download PDF This browser does not support inline PDFs. Please download the PDF to view it: Download PDF  


036: Winter 1992

/stand-to/036-winter-1992/

Download PDF This browser does not support inline PDFs. Please download the PDF to view it: Download PDF  


076: April 2006

/stand-to/076-april-2006/

Download PDF This browser does not support inline PDFs. Please download the PDF to view it: Download PDF  


Betrayed Ally: China in the Great War by Frances Wood and Christopher Arnander

/world-war-i-book-reviews/betrayed-ally-china-in-the-great-war-by-frances-wood-and-christopher-arnander/

Reviewed by Phil Curme. Although Chinese labourers were active on the Western Front throughout WW1 - and afterwards - many will be unaware of the full breadth that nation’s involvement. Betrayed Ally is an ambitious attempt to tell the history of foreign intervention in Chinese affairs, military actions in the Great War against German interests in…


Stand To! 1 to 120 Full Contents Listing

/stand-to/stand-to-1-to-120-full-contents-listing/

Stand To! 1-120 Content Stand To  1 Spring 1981 Editorial Notes (Peter T. Scott) Serving members of the Western Front Association Early Days, New Paths and Acknowledgements Inaugural Meeting: John Terraine's Address. Historian John Terraine berates those who indulge in ‘purely tragic pilgrimages to the Western Front’. The Loving Care of the…


Dawn of Victory – Thank You China! – Star Shell Reflections 1918-1919

/world-war-i-book-reviews/dawn-of-victory-thank-you-china-star-shell-reflections-1918-1919/

Dawn of Victory – Thank You China! – Star Shell Reflections 1918-1919: The illustrated diaries of Jim Maultsaid £25.00 published price Pen & Sword 348pp, 219 illustrations (some composites) 70 b/w photos, 2 maps, ISBN 978-1-52671-270-7 Barbara McClune The centenary of the end of the First World War this year is unlikely to bring a change …


News from Ypres 25

/latest-news/september-2019/news-from-ypres-25/

[This regular item by Dr Dominiek Dendooven, researcher and curator at the In Flanders Fields Museum, detailing recent and forthcoming events around Ypres was first published in the August edition of Bulletin, the in-house member magazine of The Western Front Association. It is sent to members three times a year].    It is the 25th time I have ha…


116: October 2019

/stand-to/116-october-2019/

Download PDF This browser does not support inline PDFs. Please download the PDF to view it: Download PDF


One Man’s War - with the Chinese Labour Corps France 1918 by Norman Mellor

/world-war-i-articles/one-man-s-war-with-the-chinese-labour-corps-france-1918-by-norman-mellor/

[This article first appeared in Stand To No. 29 Summer 1990. Members receive three copies of Stand To each year and have access to the entire digital archive of al l118 editions via their member login]. It was in March 1918 that I was posted to the 4th Bedfordshire Regiment, 190th Brigade, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division, on my 19th birthday. I was …


Ep. 174 – Ypres and its meaning through time – Prof Mark Connelly & Dr Stefan Goebel

/the-latest-wwi-podcast/ep-174-ypres-and-its-meaning-through-time-prof-mark-connelly-dr-stefan-goebel/

Professor Mark Connelly, Professor of Modern British History, University of Kent and Dr Stefan Goebel, Reader and Director of the Centre for the History of War, Media and Society, University of Kent, talk about their recent book on Ypres. This is published by OUP. Your browser…