Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • James Brazier resigns as editor of Bulletin. Stan Grosvenor takes over.
  • US Branch Seminar
  • WFA Calendar
  • Videos
  • Talbot House
  • Idea to place issues of Stand To! on the WFA Web (achieved in 2018)

Webwatch (8) by Jim Fanning 

'A Little Bit of Heaven in a World Which is Otherwise Hell': British and Dominion Soldiers by Simon Fowler

When New York feared an Air Attack by Wing Commander Peter Fairney Williams 

'The Sinking of the T S Marquette': Deaths of staff nurses B M Rogers, Helena K. Isdell by Robin Haslam 

James's Choice: Henry James Becomes a British Subject by Joseph J Liggera

The Camera Returns (46): Rue de Beaumetz, Berneville, (1st Bn Newfoundland Regiment) by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy

The Manchester Contingent and The Great War by H C A Hankins 

  • The Manchester University Officers Training Corps (MUOTC)

Two Naval Episodes by Jim Minnoch

  • SMS Goeben: Whatever happened to her? The Battle of Imbros
  • Cox's Scapa Flow Fleet

Enfield Drill Hall then and Now 

Siegfried Sassoon a lecture by Dennis Silk 


Heroes Remembered at St Peter's Church, Newnham-on-Severn, Gloucestershire by Ray Westlake

The RAMC on the Somme, 1916 by Niall Cherry 

Max Plowman - The Subaltern on the Somme by David Filsell

Editor’s Book Choice: My Boy Jack: the Search for Kipling’s Only Son by Tony and Valmai Holt reviewed by Ann Clayton

Member's Research:

  • Sgt. John Barker 8 East Lancaster Regiment by Stephen Baker
  • The Gordon-Lennox Family in the Great War by Peter Ford
    • Lord Bernard Charles Gordon-Lennox
  • A Family Trilogy by Joe Symon
    • Private Samuel Symon 1st Bn Inniskilling Fusiliers
    • Corporal John Laverty, 3rd Australian Light Horse
    • Petty Officer John (Jack) Traynor, Royal Naval Division (Anson Bn) and 1st Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Values then and now: executions for cowardice 
  • Postman's Gazette Pen 

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)

  • The German Offensive of 1918 by Martin Kitchen
  • Trench Art. A Brief History & Guide by Nicholas Saunders
  • The Myth of the Great War. A New Military History of the Great War by John Mosier
  • My Father's Son by Major The Early Haig OBE DL 
  • Airfields and Airmen by Mike O'Connor
  • Have You Forgotten Yet? The First World War Memoirs of CP Blacker by John Blacker (Ed.)
  • Kaiser Wilhelm II, Germany's Last Emperor by John Van Der Kiste
  • Gallipoli 1915 by Tim Travers 
  • Military Sweetheart Jewellery III, A Guide For Collectors by Pamela M Caunt
  • Managing Domestic Dissent in First World War Britain by Brock Millman
  • The Great War, Memory and Ritual: Commemoration in the City and East London by Mark Connelly

Short Notices:

  • Tommy Goes to War by Malcolm Brown
  • War Letters to a Wife: France and Flanders, 1915-1919 edited by Jonathan Walker
  • Seventeen Letters to Tatham. A WWI Surgeon in East Africa by Ann Crichton-Harris
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