Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

Mourning and the Making of a Nation: Gold Star Mothers Pilgrimages, 1930-1933 by Lisa M.Budreau

The National Reserve by K W Mitchinson 

War Art: Will Dyson (1880-1938) by David Cohen 

The Other Half: Regular British Army Reinforcements from Overseas Part II 

The 27th, 28th & 29th British Regular Divisions, France, Gallipoli and Salonika by Louis Ackroyd 

Poetry compiled by Ann Clayton 

Film Review by Jim Minnoch and Rick Belcourt 

  • Lost Battalion (2001)

Lt. Tom Kettle, RDF 'B' Company, 9th Royal Dublin Fusiliers by Tom Burke

The Camera Returns (53): Brimeux by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy 

Sapper Horn's Odyssey by Peter Last 

In a Tunnel at Loos

Did Seven Words Inauspicious Words Bring About the End of the Great War by Dr David Payne 

Kaiser Wilhelm II 'My Ideas and Ideals' extracts compiled by Walter Kudlick 

Special Reservists of the Royal Welch Fusiliers in 1914 by David Langley 

Old Comrades Talking: 146 (Hull) Heavy Battery RGA 

Vets in War by Bob Butcher 

Wartime Waterways

Letters From the Front: John Millar Scott, Black Watch 

Out Elverdinghe Way (with an artist in the Salient) by Tony Spagnoly 

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor) 

  • Sarajevo Outrage
  • The Road to Baghdad
  • Boy Scouts 
  • Major Willie Redmond MP 

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews) 

  • Mud, Blood and Poppycock by Gordon Corrigan
  • The War Underground. The Tunnellers of the Great War by Alexander Barrie
  • For King and Empire. The Newfoundlanders in the Great War. The Western Front 1916-1918 by N M Christie
  • End Game: Britain, Russia and the Final Struggle for Central Asia by Jennifer Siegel
  • Valour Beyond All Praise: Harry Greenwood VC by Derek Hunt
  • The New World Power - American Foreign Policy 1898-1917 by Robert E Hannigan
  • Uniforms & Equipment of the Austro-Hungarian Army in World War One by Spencer A Coil
  • The Trench. The Full Story of the 1st Hull Pals by David Bilton
  • McCrae's Battalion. The Story of the 16th Royal Scots by Jack Alexander
  • Guns, ites & Horses by Sydney Gifford (Ed.)
  • Dear Mother - Great War Letters from a Bristol Soldier by Barry Williamson (Ed.)
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