- Photographic contributions: cropping of images and a request for pictures from Members. Peter T. Scott
- Mle O7 Sainte-Ettiene
- Hotchkiss gun (Mle 14)
- One-man range-finder
A Bavarian Returns by Richard Baumgartner
- George Maier, 1st Bavarian Infantry, 3rd Machine-gun company
- An attack on Jussy, Crozat Canal 22 March 1918
WFA Poets edited by David Patterson
Chairman's Letter by John Giles
- Seven unknown soldiers dug-up on the ‘old’ Western Front whose sense of duty and motivations interest us.
Per Ardua Astra by Fred Dixon
- Witness to air action over Poperginge and Menin, summer 1918
- Red Farm Cemetery, Brandhoek. April-May 1918 46 British soldiers and 3 Civilians buried
Light Railways of the BEF: 3
The Taking of Thiepval - a personal account by R G Emmett
New Paths IV: Records of the Great War at the PRO: Part I by Peter T.Scott
- The creation, and later ‘weeding’ and destruction of thousands of tons of documents
Feeding the Guns by Lt F H MacKay, RFA 1916-19 (written in 1928 now first published) Part V.
Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed by ‘Obturator’)
- The Illustrated London News Social History of the First World War by James Bishop
- Behind the Lines: One Woman's War 1914-1918. The Letters of Caroline Ethel Cooper by Caroline Ethel Cooper
- A detailed and intimate picture of the war’s effects on the German civilian population
- War Against War: British and German Radical Movements in the First World War by F L Carsten
- A Higher Form of Killing. The Story of Gas and Germ Warfare by Robert Harris and Jeremy Paxman
- The British Service Lee: The Lee-Metford and Lee-Enfield Rifles and Carbines 1880-1960 by Ian Skennerton
- A Guide to Military Museums by Terence Wise
- My Grandfather's War: Canadians Remember in the First World War by William D Mathieson
- The Aeroplanes of the Royal Flying Corps by J M Bruce
Home Front (3) Home Defence: 2nd (Home Service) Garrison Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, August 1917
- John Giles and the WFA - 'a well-fashioned and yet adaptable instrument for the future' from Michael Brewer, Faversham, Kent.
- Cropping Photographs
Clearing the Butte de Wallencourt and placing memorials there August 1982 marking the work of The Western Front Association and Souvenir Francais
Developments at the Imperial War Museum: aquiring HMS Belfast, opening Duxford and planning for repairs and expansion.
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