Notes by the Way (Notes from the Editor)

  • Somme 90th Anniversary
  • Surviving US Veterans

Salvation Army At War

The Battle Against Venereal Disease by Emily Payne 

The 22nd (French Canadian) Battalion by Dr Jean-Pierre Gagnon

The Camera Returns (58): Royal Leamington Spa by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy 

Was The 'Rainbow Division' Tarnished by Its Behaviour on the Battlefield by David C.Homsher

Leadership by G.Long

Mine Warfare: The Royal Engineer Officer's Problem by David Langley 

1817 Pte Lynton Goode 1/15th Battalion Australian Imperial Force, Gallipoli by Jerry Murland 

The Army Pay Corps Girls 1914-1920 by John Black 

For King & Country: Canada and the Chinese Labour Corps in the Great War by Judy Maxwell

His Story Came From the Bible. In Search of L/Cpl Lewis Charlesworth by Paul F. Guthrie 

Three Canadians by J P Lethbridge 

Military Sketching by G.Long

War Art: Major John Empson Tindall, MC (Part IV) by David Cohen 

Frank Richards DCM MM: His Early Years and the genesis of the Old Soldier Sahib by David Langley 

The Lost Brothers of Great Rissington by Paul Cobb 

Communications Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • High Command and Strategy from Gary Sheffield
  • Bodelwyddean Castle from Martin Middlebrook
  • David Filsell 'War Books: A Reflection on some Contemporary Views ' ST! 74 

Garrison Library (First World War Book Reviews)

  • A Brief History of 1917: Russia's Year of Revolution by Roy Bainton
  • Lloyd George and the Generals by Professor David Woodward
  • Diary of an Old Contemptible from Mons to Baghdad 1914-1919 by Peter Downham (Ed.)
  • Uniforms and Equipment of the British Army in World War I. A Study in Period Photographs by Stephen Chambers
  • Britain's Economic Blockade of Germany 1914-1918 by Eric W. Osborne
  • Boys in Khaki, Girls in Print: Women's Literary Responses to the Great War by Jane Potter
  • Tolga Ornek's Gallipoli (Film) by Tola Ornek
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