Notes by The Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Remembering Jim Minnoch, American Member of The WFA 
  • Contributors to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (60 Volume Set)
  • The War Commemorated in Edinburgh 
  • CWG Secondary School Education Initiative 

19th Hussars (QAOR) as Divisional Cavalry 22 August 1914-14 April 1915 by Roger E. Salmon 

Camera Returns (54): D104 Contalmaison to Bazentin-le.Grand Road by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy 

The Great War Records of the 15th Service Battalion Durham Light Infantry by David Thompson

Jimmy Carpenter's War Diary - Part I edited by Peter Mealyer and Colin Hague 

British Locomotive Names & The Great War by Paul Cobb 

Fighting For Respect: African-Americans in World War One by Ms Jami L. Bryan

Letters Home 1914-1915 by Corporal Arthur Wingfield King: Honourable Artillery Company edited by Verity Smith and Ross Mason 

Film Review: Grand Illusion by Jim Minnoch 

War Art: Lance Corporal William Fyffe by David Cohen 

The Weather, The Seasons, And The Loss of Sexual Innocence in the Great War by Emily Payne 

Some Thoughts on the Royal Welch Fusiliers in the Great War by Peter A Crocker 

Crime During The Great War: Some Midlands Examples by J P Lethbridge 

Captain Ronald Hugh Walround Rose St Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 

Canadian Expeditionary Force Records On-Line by Gordon MacKinnon

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Football inscription
  • Bishop Gelsthorpe
  • Sir Edwin Lutyens Sketches for Memorials
  • Resources for POW Information 

The 'Other Half' Regular British Army Reinforcements from Overseas Part III British Regular Battalions in Indian Army Formations France, Mesopotamia & East Africa by Louis Ackroyd

Night Raid on the Vardar by Martin Marix Evans 

Philatelic Corner by Len Shurtleff

Members' Research: Captain Geoffrey Skirrow, Croix de Guerre and the 2/5th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment by Fraser Skirrow 

Great War in Colour 

Capt Geoffrey Skirrow 

Lance Corporal 2586 Harold Boardman 1st/5th Battalion the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment by John G Mandle 

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)

  • The Hell They Called High Wood by Terry Norman
  • Known to the Night. Reckitt's Factory of Hull and the Great War by B S Barnes
  • Passchendaele the Untold Story by Robin Prior and Trevor Wilson
  • All The Kaiser's Men: The Life and Death of the German Army on the Western Front 1914-1918 by Ian Passingham
  • Treatise on Ammunition
  • John Erskine VC of Dunfermline by Alison Cameron
  • Old Soldiers Never Die by Private Frank Richards
  • The Great War - An Imperial History by John H Morrow Jr
  • Castles of Steel: Britain, German and the Winning of the Great War by Robert K Massie
  • Silent Night: The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce by Stanley Weintaub
  • Stamping out the Virus. Allied Intervention in the Russian Civil War by Perry Moore
  • The Road to St Julien - Letters of a Stretcher-Bearer from the Great War
  • Private 12768: Memoir of a Tommy. The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders by John Jackson
  • Verdun 1916 by Malcolm Brown
  • The Angle of Mons by David Clarke
  • Eric Maria Remarque: The Last Romantic by Hilton Tims
  • The Enemy's House Divided by Charles De Gaulle
  • British Campaigns in Africa and the Pacific, 1914-1918 by Edmund Dane
  • Of Silence and Slow Time by Catherine Bruton
  • Beneath Flanders Fields: the Tunnellers' War 1914-1918 by Peter Barton, Peter Doyle & Johan Vandewalle
  • The Great War Captured in Colour by Walter Kudlick



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