Notes by the Way (Notes from the Editor)

  • Request to appoint a new editor
  • Chris Baker and the Internet
  • Claude Monet 

Malaria in the Great War by Dr David Payne 

The War Lists of Caius College, Cambridge by Dale Hjort 

War Art: Jean-Jacques Berne-Bellecour (1874-1939) by David Cohen 

A Pioneer in Picardy - Part I from the memoirs of Pioneer James Greenwood

'Damn the Dardanelles' by Howard Mallinson

The Regimental History of the 21st (Light Railway) Engineers American Expeditionary Force by Norma O'Keeffe

The 2nd Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers and the Tragedy of Mouse Trap Farm, April/May 1915 by Tom Burke MBE 

How the Legacy of an old Porstmuthian May Save a Depressed Australian Bush Town by Stuart Gardiner

Nurse Annie Brewer by Ian Brewer

The Battle of Rosieres 1918 Three Years Ago by Captain Hal Armstrong 

Keeling Gaines Pulliam JR Heroics or Hoax by Paul Guthrie

This Article was previously published in Camaraderie, the journal of the Western Front Association in the United States

The Camera Returns (59): Fricourt/Mametz Valley by Steve Wall and Bob Grundy

Philatelic Corner by Len Shurtleff

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor) 

  • The Haig Debate 
  • Great War Generals
  • Five Lost Sons 
  • The Camera Returns (57)

Memorial Sites on the Western Front: The Continuing Debate 

  • Arlene King, Director Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial
  • 90th Anniversary
  • Professor Paul Gough, University of the West of England 

America's Great War Veterans by Jeffrey S Reznik PhD

Poets United in Death by Frank Ledwidge

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed) 

Short Notices 

  • The 1st Battalion the Wiltshire in the Great War by Edwin Astill
  • Somewhere in Flanders: Letters of a Norfolk Padre (Ed.) Stuart McLaren
  • Badshot Lea and Farnham in the Great War by Maurice Hewins
  • Last Post. The Final Word from our First World War Soldiers by Max Arthur
  • Changing Perceptions. The War Poets by Cecil Woolf
  • The Territorial Battalions of the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 1/4th 1/5th 5th 2/4th 2/5th 1908-1919 by Malcolm Johnson

Full Reviews

  • The Somme by Peter Hart
  • The Somme by Robin Prior and Trevor Wilson
  • The Irish on the Somme by Steven Moore
  • Jack's War (An Illustrated Diary) by Jack Halstead transcribed by Jane Vincent 
  • Bloody April. Slaughter in the Skies over Arras, 1917 by Peter Hart
  • Eddie Rickenbacker by W D Lewis and J Hopkins
  • Trial by Fire: Command and the British Expeditionary Force by Nikolas Gardner
  • War Girls. The First Aid Nursing Yeomanry in the First World War by Janet Lee
  • Tunnel-Master & Arsonist of the Great War. The Norton-Griffiths Story by Tony Bridgland & Anne Morgan
  • Trench Art: An Illustrated History by Jane A. Kimball
  • Absolute Destruction: Military Culture and the Practices of War in Imperial Germany by Isabel V. Hull
  • Battles on the Tigris by Ron Wilcox
  • Fight or Pay: Soldiers' Families in the Great War by Desmond Morton
  • The Netherlands and World War I: Espionage, Diplomacy and Survival by Hubert P Van G Tuyll van Seroosken
  • Fifty Good Men and True by Michael Kendrick

Recent Publications in Brief

  • A Century of Remembrance - One Hundred outstanding British War Memorials by Derek Boorman
  • Britain’s Lost Tommies by Richard van Emden
  • Under Fire in the Dardanelles by Kira Charatan & Camilla Cecil
  • Devil’s Wood by Tim Hailwood
  • Most Unfavourable Ground by N Cherry
  • Cheerful Sacrifice - the Battles of Arras by Jonathan Nicholls
  • The War Lords by Michael Carver
  • Naval Battles of the First World War by Geoffrey Bennett


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