Notes by The Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Stand To! 1: Spring 1981 - Stand To! 72 : January 2005 = 16 pages to 68 pages 
  • [3024 pages and 4,500,000 words]

Athletes & The Great War by Neil Shuttleworth 

'The Worst Donkey': Representations of Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig in Great War Television Documentaries by Emma Mahoney 

Trench Diseases of the Western Front by Dr David Payne

John Alfred Watts: Soldiers of the Queen and Two Kings by G M Tadman

Wangaratta's Lost Sons by Neil Wilson 

War Art: Major John Empson Tindall, MC by David Cohen 

Beauty in the Wartime Writing of Edith Wharton by Joseph J.Liggera

The Durhams in Italy, 1917-1918 by David Thompson MLitt

Pvt Frank Richards DCM, MM 2/Royal Welch Fusiliers by David E.Langley 

Jimmy Carpenter's War Diary (Part II) Edited by Peter Mealyer and Colin Hague

Captain Ronald Hugh Walrond Rose 1st Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Part II 

The Liverpudlian General: John Grenfell Maxwell by J P Lethbridge 

'The British Weren't on The Aisne in 1917!' by Roger Frankish 

Member's Research: James Henry Cooper, 7th Battery, Motor Machine Gun Section, RFS from Charlton Kings, Cheltenham by Rod Arnold 

Loos - 'They Fell With Their Faces to the Foe' by Peter Last 

The Camera Returns (55): Between Hardcourt and Bernafay Woods by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy 

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Lutyens' Memorials - Dominiek Dendooven and James Brazier exchange words
  • British Locomotives Names
  • Clergymen

Garrison Library (First World War One Book Reviews)

  • Cambrai 1917 by Gerald Gliddon
  • Without Parade. The Life and Work of Donald Hankey A Student in Arms by James Kissane 
  • Foch-Supreme Allied Commander in the Great War by Michael S Neiberg
  • Bushmills Heroes 1914-1918 by Robert Thompson
  • Bringing Uncle Albert Home by David P Whiterhorn
  • Britain, France and the Financing of the First World War by Martin Horn 
  • The Dynamics of Military Revolution, 1300-2000 by MacGregor Knox and William Murray (Eds.)
  • The Coast Guard in World War I by Alex R Larzelere
  • A Fraternity of Arms - America and France in the Great War by Robert B Bruce
  • An Illustrated History of the Embroidered Silk Postcard by Dr Ian Collins
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