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The Somme: The Epic Battle in the Soldiers’ own Words and Photographs
By Richard van Emden Pen and Sword, 2016, £20.00 hb, £11.99 pb and £15.00 e–book, 355pp, fully illustrated throughout, index. ISBN: 9–781– 473–855–21 2 Review by Barbara Taylor Richard van Emden is an ‘everyman’ author. He has published many titles that need no repetition here. His work is very popular and it seems that this book is an almo…
106: July 2016 Special Edition
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Journey's End - The Surrey Branch Seminar - November 2018
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REMINDER: Up Coming WFA National and Regional Conferences
Suffolk : 11 August 2018 Suffolk 5th Annual Centenary Conference '1918 The Winning Formula' Speakers: Peter Simkins, Jack Sheldon and Peter Hart Panel Discussion chaired by Taff Gillingham VENUE: University of Suffolk in Ipswich Purchase Tickets > HERE Wolverhampton : 6-8 September 2018 WFA/University of Wolverhampt…
Stand To! No.1 to No.129 Full Contents Listing
Stand To! 1-128 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…
Gallipoli : The Dardanelles Disaster in Soldiers' Words and Photographs.
An insight into the book's origins by one of its authors, Stephen Chambers: During research for our recent book on Gallipoli, co–author Richard van Emden and I came across some incredible personal accounts, most never before published. One of those to provide a fresh and illuminating version of events was that of Second Lieutenant David Rodger Fyf…
Sir John Edward Fowler – the Last Repatriation from The Western Front in 1915?
By April 1915 the exhumation of bodies from the Western Front and their repatriation was banned. Historian Richard van Emden identifies the last ‘official’ case of repatriation of a fallen British soldier to be that of Lieutenant William Gladstone, the grandson of former Prime Minister William Gladstone. This took place in April 1915, nine da…
Find here a full contents listing for Stand To! No.126 (April 2022) with part of the introduction to this edition from the Editor.
All standard members of The Western Front Association should have received their print copy over the weekend; all digital members were sent their copy this morning and can also download it via their Member Login. Communication Lines p.2 An introduction from the editor Matthew Leonard It’s April 2022, and Europe and the world is again staring i…
Boy Soldiers of the Great War Revisited by Richard van Emden
[This wonderful article first appeared in the April 2022 edition of Stand To! It is shared here by way of example of the quality of articles members enjoy in every edition of our journal]. Shortly before my father died in 2002, he had a book published that he had been working on since the late 1970s (it was on the Old French epic The Song of Rol…