Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Computer Floppy Disk and the next edition of Stand To!
  • Roll of Honour - Five Veteran Members remembered

The Affair of Néry by Gerald Gliddon

Postcards by Tony Allen 

Horace Pippin - An African American Soldier and Artist by Walter Kudlick 

Poetry by Helen McPhail 

  • Geoffrey Dearmer - death of veteran of the Great War and published poet

The Camera Returns (30): Trescault by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy 

Nonconformity at War by Louis Ackroyd

A Canadian Veteran: Roy Henley

War Art: ‘Artillery on the Dunes - Flanders 1915’ by Adrian Jones from the David Cohen Fine Art Collection

The Australian National Memorial and the Villers Bretonneux Military Cemetery by Alan Box

New Western Front Association Constitution (to take the WFA into the next century)

Overseas Service Chevrons by Ray Westlake

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • The Collapse of Imperial Germany
  • WFA Photographic register?
  • A Ukrainian-Canadian VC: Filip Konowal: Ottowa’s 77th Canadian Infantry Battery and 47th Canadian Infantry Battalion
  • Metal Detectors and Vandalism
  • Swagger Sticks 

The Development of Infantry Tactics in the British 12th (Eastern) Division 1915-1918 by Andrew Whitmarsh

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • The History of British Military Bands by Gordon and A W Turner
  • Pilgrimage - A Guide to The Royal Newfoundland Regiment in World War One by Dr W David Parsons
  • Battleground Europe, Somme, Thiepval by Michael Stedman 
  • Arras, Vimy Ridge by Nigel Cave
  • Serre, Somme by Jack Horsfall & Nigel Cave
  • Facing Armageddon - The First World War by Hugh Cecil and Peter Liddle (Eds.)
  • English and Welsh Infantry Regiments - An Illustrated Record of Service by Ray Westlake
  • Manu Forti - A History of the Herefordshire Regiment 1860-1967 by Lt Col T J B Hill MBE
  • Far From A Donkey. The Life of General Sir Ivor Maxse by John Baynes
  • Jutland: The German Perspective by V E Tarrant 
  • The Lions of July - Prelude to War 1914 by W Jannen Jr  
  • Lieux de Battailes: IGN - France
  • The Price of Pity by Martin Stephen
  • Violets from Oversea: Poets of the First World War by Tonie & Valmai Holt
  • The Fierce Light. The Battle of the Somme July-November 1916 by Anne Powell (Ed.)
  • History of the Post Office Rifles, 8th Battalion City of London Regiment, 1914 to 1918 by A D Darvine-Jones 
  • A Select Analytical List of Books Concerning the Great War by George Prothero 
  • The Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Britain in Old Photographs by Roy Masters
  • The Gold Coast Regiment in the East African Campaign by Hugh Clifford
  • War Letters of Bernard Long by V A Hawgood
  • IWM Reprints:
  • France and Belgium 1914 Volume I by J E Edmonds
  • France and Belgium 1916 Volume I Case of Maps
  • Egypt and Palestine Volume II Part I by Cyril Falls
  • Handbook of the German Army in War
  • Vocabulary of German Military Terms and Abbreviation
  • Handbook of German Military and Naval Aviation (War) 1918
  • Tickled to Death to Go - Memoirs of a Cavalryman in the First World War by Richard van Emden
  • A Subaltern on the Somme by Max Plowman
  • A Fox Under my Cloak by Henry Williamson
  • Bushmill Heroes by Robert Thompson (ed.)
  • A Dictionary of Great War Abbreviations by Howard Williamson
  • Brassey’s Book of Camouflage by Tim & Quentin Newark
  • Trench Tea and Sandbags by D McMillan
  • Researching Local History by M A Williams
  • The London Gunners Come to Town - life and death in Hemel Hempstead in the Great War by Bertha & Chris Reynolds
  • Fallen Fighters: Brief Biographies of the Bentley Men Who Died in Action 1914-1918 by Heather Taylor
  • Ballyshannon, Belcoo, Bertincourt. The History of the 11th Battalion the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Donegal & Fermanagh Volunteers) in World War One by W J Canning
  • Authority, Identity and the Social History of the Great War by F. Coetzee and Shevin-Coetzee (Eds.)
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