Christmas Messages

  • From our Founder
  • From our Patron
  • From our Chairman
  • From our Honorary President

Editorial Notes

Emil & Franz: Pilot and Observer in the German Air Service by Richard Baumgartner

  • Unteroffizier Robert Niemann - Flieger Abteilung (A) 250
  • Lt. Peter von Ustinow - Observer

The Diary of an Old Contemptible by CQMS H J Hopper 2nd Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps 

John Henry Stephen ‘Jack’ Dimmer VC, MC by David J Harrison

Picked for the Machine Gun: An Instructor's Story by Don Cook

Christmas in Plugstreet: The London Rifle Brigade, Christmas 1914 by Peter T Scott

  • Truce between 11th Brigade and the German 40th (4th Saxon) Division 

The View from GHQ. The Third Part of the War Diary of General Sir Charles Deedes, KCB, CMG, DSO with notes, by Peter T Scott

  • St.Omer

An Officer's Letters from 1914: Captain Lord James Stewart-Murray by Bruce C Cazel

  • Captain Lord James Thomas Stewart-Murray, Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders

Who? Where? When? Detective work on a war photograph (Photograph P T Scott)

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • Gun Fire by Dr A J Peacock
  • The Red Horizon by Patrick MacGill
  • Letters from a volunteer by Charles St.G Cook 
  • British Army Proficiency Badges by Denis Edwards & David Langley
  • The Air Defence of Britain 1914-1918 by Christopher Cole & E F Cheeseman
  • Letters from a Volunteer by Charles St.G Cook
    • Raising and Training the New Armies by Basil Williams (1918)
    • The Kitchener Armies by V W Germains (1930)
  • Christmas Truce by Malcolm Brown & Shirley Seaton
  • Two Newfoundland VCs by Joy B Cave
  • The VCs of Wales and the Welsh Regiments by Alister Williams
  • Landships. British Tanks in the First World War by David Fletcher
  • Somme by Lyn Macdonald

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

WFA Poets

Intelligence Summary. Roll of Honour - deaths of veteran members 

  • German Private Museum
  • Army Records Society

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