Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Which Unit? Postcard by Nicholas Parker

The Camera Returns (11) Becordel-Fricourt Road by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall 

One Man's War (9) with The Chinese Labour Corps - France 1918 by Norman Mellor 

The Bantams. Another Unusual Formation 

The Reconstruction of 169 Brigade July - October 1916 by Kevin W Mitchinson

Behind the Lines (15) Chinese mechanics repairing engines at Tank Corps Central Workshops

In the Trenches with the Lincolns

Special Duties

The Forts of Liege by Colonel F G Robson

Our Hearts That Died: Captain William Thomas Payne-Gallwey, MVO (1881-1914) by B Cory Kilvert JR

The Official History of the Great War : A complete list of military operations volumes. 

The Role and Composition of the Army Corps in the BEF

Valcartier Camp Then and Now by Edward Storey 

An Artilleryman's War: Aneurin 'Dick' Williams by Dick Williams 

Roll of Honour - Eight Veteran Members remembered

The Midland Railway Police and the Great War

Following in Father's Tanks Tracks by J R Sherratt

The Formation of the Lambeth Battalion of the Queen's 

Communications Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Muddy Myth? 'Did we send them into this?' by John Terraine 
  • Somme Anniversary
  • The RAMC officers, orderlies and 120 wounded who stayed behind at Le Cateau

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • The Forgotten Victory by John Baynes
  • Fields of Death by Peter Slowe and Richard Woods
  • When the Barrage Lifts by Gerald Gliddon
  • Kitchener’s Army by Peter Simkins
  • Death From the Skies. The Zeppelin Raids over Norfolk 19 January 1915 by R J Wyatt
  • Battleground Europe by Nigel Cave
  • The Last of the Regiments by Peter Dietz
  • On the Western Front. Soldier's Stories from France and Flanders 1914-1918 by John Laffin
  • In Good Company. The Gordon Highlanders by David Fraser (Ed.)
  • Royal Flying Corps Communiques 1915-16 by Christopher Cole (Ed.)
  • Royal Flying Corps Communiques 1918 by Christopher Cole (Ed.)
  • Gallipoli. A Battlefield Guide by Phil Taylor
  • The Battlefield Guides of Gallipoli. Then and Now by Nigel Steel
  • Bill Kennedy MM, Egypt, Gallipoli, France and Flanders with 42nd (East Lancashire) Division in the Great War by Sue Richardson (Ed.)
  • Behind the Lines. An Account of Administrative Staff work in the British Army 1914-1918 by Col W N Nicholson 
  • Treat Em Rough. The Birth of American Armor by Dale E Wilson
  • Immelman. The Eagle of Lille by Franz Immelman 

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