Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • New Editor Jon Cooksey announced from next issue
  • Ann Clayton editor since 1994
  • Regular contributors: David Cohen, Bob Grundy, Bob Wyatt and Terry Cave. 

General Hunter-Weston's Appreciation of the Dardanelles Expedition by Elizabeth Balmer 

The Ottoman Soldier at Gallipoli by Dr David Payne 

A Chaplain with the 18th Division on the Somme by Linda Parker 

Forgotten Victory: The Battle for Hill 70 15 August 1917 by Peter Last 

Three VCs in Two Armies: Salvation Army VCs by CSM John Stanyard 

Philatelic Corner by Len Shurtleff

War Art: Fortunino Matania  by David Cohen quoting Clement K Shorter

A Pioneer in Picardy: Part III from Pioneer James Greenwood's memoirs

The Camera Returns (61): The main road from Albert to Baupaume by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

Personalities of the 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers by David Langley 

The American Refugee Relief in France: The Shurtleff Committee by Len Shurtleff

WFA United States Awards

When The' Tank Bank' Came to Town by Donnie Nelson 

Haul Down and Ease Off: The American Air Service Balloon Corps in the Great War by Frank A. Contey

Electric Relief: Birmingham City Council and the city's power supply by J P Lethbridge 

'We Too Were Soldiers': Women Poets of the First World War by Dr Vivien Newman

Wellington College in 1914: Roll of Honour by G A Long 

Life and Commemoration Raymond Asquith (1878-1916) by Michael Aidin 

Remembering The Great War At St Fagan's, Glamorgan by Ray Westlake 

Communications Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • British Troops at Verdun 
  • 'Billy Smiff' 
  • POW documents online at the National Archive 

Garrison Library (First World War book reviews)

  • The Lights that Failed: European International History by Zara Steiner
  • Vienna and the Fall of the Habsburg Empire: Total War and Everyday Life in World War I by Maureen Heeley
  • Stanley Spencer: Journey to Burghclere by Paul Gough [reviewed by David Cohen]
  • Somme 1916: A Battlefield Companion by Gerald Gliddon [reviewed by Ann Clayton]
  • Tracing Your Ancestors by Simon Fowler
  • The Great War: Myth and Memory by Dan Todman
  • The Unknown Soldier: the Story of the Missing of the Great War by Neil Hanson
  • The Somme: A New Panoramic Perspective by Peter Barton
  • Come on Highlanders! Glasgow Territorials in the Great War by A C Weir
  • The Somme 1916 & Other Experiences of the Salford Pals by Michael Stedman
  • From Pontefract to Picardy by Derek Clayton
  • The Second Battalion Berkshire Regiment in World War One by Ian Cull
  • Command and Control on the Western Front: The British Army's Experience 1914-1918 by Dr Gary Sheffield and Dr Dan Todman
  • Douglas Haig: Architect of Victory by Walter Reid
  • China and the Great War: China's Pursuit of a New National Identify and Internationalization by Xu Guoqi
  • 'Wielding the Dagger' The MarineKorps Flanders and the German War Effort by Mark D. Karau
  • Victory Through Coalition: Britain and France during the First World War by Elizabeth Greenhalgh
  • The Economics of World War I by Stephen Broadberry and Mark Harrison (Eds.) 

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