Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)
- Roll of Honour - Five Veteran Members remembered
The Camera Returns (19) Chinese Labour Corps, Noyelles-Sur-Mer by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall
What is a Signal Company? by Ronald Clifton
Photo Call: The National Motor Museum by David Filsell
Attack on the Somme 15 and 16 September 1916 by Lance Cattermole
The Home Front (27) Memories of a Munition Girl
The Case Against Haig. Mr Denis Winter's Evidence by John Hussey
Have You Any News of My Boy Jack? (Part I) by Tonie and Valmai Holt
Laertes' Sword: Threats and Responses to Poison Gas in the Great War by William C Hannigan
Western Front Myths: Most British Generals were Cavalrymen fro John Terraine's The Smoke and the Fire.
Behind the Lines (21) Feeding the Guns
The Reserve and the Training Reserve by Colonel Terry Cave
The London Pharmacists Volunteers 1915-1917 by Ray Westlake
Formation Signs (4)
The Advance into Germany, 1918-1919 (Part II) The memoirs of Sergeant W G Sweet, 2nd Bn Monmouthshire Regiment by Barry Johnson
Sergeant Sweet's Memoirs
Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)
- Artillery: Fromelles, 1916
Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)
- Somme Harvest. Memories of a PBU in the Summer of 1916 by Giles W M Eyres
- The Accrington Pals by William Turner
- A Contemptible little Flying Corps by I McInnes and J V Webb
- A History of the Great War by C R M F Cruttwell
- Soldier Boy. The Letters and Memoirs of Gunner W J Duffell 1915-1919
- Epsom's Military Camp by R I Essen
- The Smoke and the Fire by John Terraine
- Blasting and Bombardiering by Wyndham Lewis
- Britons to Arms by Glenn A Steppler
- Military Operations. Gallipoli Vol I by C F Aspinall-Oglander
- Dreadnought. Britain, Germany and the Coming of the Great War by Robert K Massie
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