Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Tony Noyes, Chairman and Committee Member Retires
  • Front Cover photographs
  • Requests for information will only appear in Bulletin 

Maintaining Regimental Identity in the Great War: The Case of the Irish Infantry Regiments by Nicholas Perry

Poetry by Helen McPhail 

The Canadian Ross Rifle by Edward Storey

War Art: Plugstreet Observation Post on the St.Yves Ridge May 1916 by Lieutenant Richard Barrett Talbot Kelly MC by David Cohen 

Granezza Cemetery: The Grave of Edward Brittain by Rob Kirk 

Executions in the Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-18 by Cpt Andrew B Godefroy

The Camera Returns (34) Hourges, astride the Amiens to Roye Road by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy

Rugby and the Great War by Edmund McCave

The WFA Schools Prize

  • Lions Led By Donkeys by Tim Howard
  • Casualties of the Somme by Jane Wright

How I Escaped from Germany Lieutenant Walter Duncan 1/8th Battalion King's (Liverpool) Regiment

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Rubbish fiction about the Great War
  • German Navy 
  • German Graves
  • London Scottish, 1914
  • Photographing Headstones
  • Red Cross Visits

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • From Emmanuel to the Somme. The War Writings of A E Tomlinson (1892 - 1968) by Michael Copp
  • Death So Noble: Memory, Meaning and the First World War by Jonathan F Vance
  • The Imperial War Museum Book of the Somme by Malcolm Brown 
  • Naval Operations. Volume I by Sir Julian Corbett
  • Naval Operations. Volume II by Sir Julian Corbett
  • The Campaign in German South West Africa 1914-1915 by Brig. Gen. J Collyer
  • Seaborne Trade. Volume I by C Ernest Fayle
  • Medical Services - Casualties and Medical Statistics of the Great War by T J Mitchell and G M Smith
  • The Campaign in Mesopotamia 1914-1918 by F J Moberly
  • VCs of the First World War by Gerald Gliddon
  • The Campaign in German South West Africa 1914-1915 by J J Collyer
  • British Trench Warfare 1915-1917 by General Staff, War Office
  • Shock Army of the British Empire. The Canadian Corps in the Last 100 Days of the Great War by Shane B Schreiber
  • Dr. Brighton's Indian Patients by Joyce Collins
  • The Jasta Pilots. Detailed Listings and Histories, August 1916-November 1918 by Norman Franks, Frank Bailey and Rick Duiven 
  • The War Memorials of Purton by John Belt
  • Birmingham Pals 14th, 15th & 16th (Service) Battalions of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. A History of the Three City Battalions Raised in World War One by Terry Carter
  • British Regiments at Gallipoli by Ray Westlake
  • Captured by History by WFA Honorary Vice-President John Toland
  • Remembrances of Hell - The First World War Diary of Norman F Ellison by D R Lewis (Ed.)
  • Above the Trenches by Christopher Shores, Norman Franks and Russell Guest
  • The 90th Division in World War I. The Texas-Oklahoma Draft Division in the Great War by Lonnie J Wight
  • Above the Trenches - Supplement by Christopher Shores, Norman Franks & Russell Guest (Reviewed by Garry Sheffield)
  • They Lived with Death. Local (Wigan) Men in the Battle of Passchendaele 1917 by Fred Holcroft


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