Notes By The Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • London Gazette online
  • Pathe News online
  • John Frost Historical Newspapers. 10,000 newspapers online

Webwatch (12) Jim Fanning 

Rumours of Germ Warfare: The Double-Edged sword of bacteriology in the Great War by William C. Hanigan

My Aunt at Mons 1914-1918 (Miss May Ethelreda Crook) by Martin Middlebrook

The Camera Returns (49): Canal de la Haute Colme at Arques by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy 

War Art: Silhouettes by David Cohen 

The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 and The Western Front by Dr David Payne, PhD EuroProBiol CBiol MIBiol

The Blind Soldiers of Ward A15, Savenay, France by Frank Herron

A Belgian Soldier by Fred Ashmore 


Remembering at St Mary's Brecon by Ray Westlake 

The Late Captain Fryatt by Jim Minnoch 

Tank at the Battle of Ancre by Monty Rossiter 

'Warrior' by Ross Mason 

Echoes of the Great War by Walter Kudlick 

A Brothers Love (9162 Sergeant Raymond Alic Risley Simpkin) 2nd Bn West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own): Milencourt Communal Cemetery, Somme. 

Cavell's Norfolk Escaper by Chris Basey 

Sergeant Douglas Hunter DCM 16th West Yorkshire Regiment (Attached 93rd Light Trench Mortar Battery) by Philip Douglas Lodge

Communications Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Controversy over the 'Tank Room' where Sir William Tritton may or may not have 'invented the tank'
  • W H Ogilvie
  • A convicted murderer 'Shot At Dawn' 'controversy' - 
  • Oh! What A Lovely War!' - controversy

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)

  • The 1st Royal Irish Rifles in the Great War by James W Taylor
  • The First World War: The Essential Guide to Sources in the UK National Archives by Ian Beckett 
  • Fort Douaumont. Verdun by Christina Holstein
  • Trench Art by Nicholas J Saunders
  • Command and Cohesion. The Citizen Soldier and Minor Tactics in the British Army by M A Ramsay
  • Touring the Italian Front 1917-1918 by Francis Mackay
  • Peacemakers: The Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and its attempt to end War by Margaret Macmillan
  • The First, The Few, The Forgotten, Navy and Machine Corps Women in World War I by Jean Ebbert and Marie-Beth Hall
  • At the Going Down of the Sun. 365 Soldiers of the Great War by Ian Connery et al. 
  • The Great War. BBC World War by Correlli Barnett
  • The Aristocracy and the Great War by Gerald Gliddon
  • In Enemy Hands. A British Territorial Soldier in Germany 1915-1919 by Malcolm Hall
  • Short Notices
  • CD-Rom Maps 
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