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Celebration the 100th Edition of 'The Camera Returns'


Celebrating its 100th instalment over 33 years, ‘The Camera Returns’ has become the most enduring feature of the journal of The Western Front Association. In Stand To! 17, summer 1986, Mr R.B Grundy had an article published entitled ‘Q744’. Imperial War Museum Q744 is the well known photograph of the 1st Lancashire Fusiliers apparently fixing ba…

Stand To ! No. 120 The Unknown Warrior Special November 2020


Available in print and digitally to members of The Western Front Association. 96 richly illustrated pages including the following articles:  No Man’s Land: Vernon Bartlett, The Unknown Warrior, and the Literature of Disillusion by Professor Gary Sheffield  Peace and Commemoration: Britain after the First World War by Justin Saddington  The Fr…

War Books by David Filsell 2005


War Books: A reflection on some contemporary views by David J. Filsell, for Stand To! No.74 September 2005 'Frightened of War Books'  Although many books published in Britain during the Great War were propagandist, interest in 'war stories' remained at an extremely high level between 1914 and 1918. Only when the conflict ended did interest declin…