- 90th Anniversary of the Battle of Cambrai
- 90th Anniversary of the German Spring Offensives
- 90th Anniversary of the Armistice
Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)
- Territorials vs Pals - the differences
The Three Seabrook Brothers - The Tragedy of an Australian Family - Passchendaele 1917 by Jan Van de Fraenen
The Chain of Command on the Western Front (as at 30 June 1916) by Martin Middlebrook
2nd Lieutenant Arthur Newberry Choyce: Leicestershire's Great War Poet - by Michael Kendrick
Brothers in Arms: Guernsey's Losses during the Great War by Elizabetg Walton
War Art: Christopher RIchard Wynne Nevison (1889-1946) by David Cohen
Personalities of the 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers Victor Ward. Soldier, Artist and Collector by David Langley
Friends Reunited by Peter Last
The Camera Returns (63):Merris, south of Bailleul by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall
1/7th Battalion Territorial Force (Pioneers) Durham Light Infantry in the First World War by David Thompson
On A Change of Mentality - Percy Stone: His post war thoughts by Ronald Croxford
Allenby's Generals by J P Lethbridge
- Lieutenant General Sir Henry Chauvel
- Lieutenant General Sir Philip Chetwode
The Chippenham War Memorial by Ray Westlake
The Diary of Sergeant Stephen Walter Dury - 33rd Sanitary Section, 2nd London Sanitary Company, RAMC, TT by Andrew Brooks
The Lion of Houplines by Dr John Krijnen
Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)
- The Battle of Vimy Ridge - 1917 by Jack Sheldon
- Doing its Part Nobly - Coventry's King Henry VIII School and the Great War by Chris Holland and Rob Phillips
- Doing Our Bit Middleton 1914-1919 by Martin Purdy and Ian Dawson
- Steady the Buffs? A Regiment, a Region and the Great War by Mark Connelly
- The Great War Diaries of Brigadier General Alexander Johnston by Edwin Astill
- Brief by Glorious. The Story of the 8th (Service) Battalion The Royal Fusiliers 1914-1918 by Charles Messenger
- Walking Arras by Paul Reed
- The German Army at Passchendaele by Jack Sheldon
- The Preparatory Prologue: Douglas Haig Diaries and Letters 1861-1941 by Douglas Scott (Ed.)
- American Battlefields of World War I. Chateau-Thierry - Then and Now. Volume One: Enter the Yanks as told in the actual words of the soldiers
- Liverpool Heroes Book 2 by Bill Sargean and Sid Lindsay edited by Ann Clayton
- The Somme. A New Panoramic Perspective by Peter Baron
- Passchendaele. Unseen panoramas of the Third Battles of Ypres by Peter Baron
- Loos 1915. The Unwanted Battle by Gordon Corrigan
- Trial by Fire. Command and the British Expeditionary Force in 1914 by Nicholas Gardner
- A Richer Dust by Michael Oakland
- Lest we Forget. A History of the War Memorials of Peasenhall and Sibton Suffolk by Leslie Larnder
- Pro Patria Mori. The 56th (1st London) Division at Commecourt, 1st July 1916 by Bill MacCormick
- American Battlefields of the World War 1. Chateau-Thierry - Then and Now. Volume One: Enter the Yanks.
- The Devil’s Chariots. The Birth & Secret Battles of the First Tanks by John Glanfield.
- French Strategy and Tactical Bombardment Forces of Word War 1 by Rene Martel
- Five Days in October. The Lost Battalion of World War I by Robert H Ferrell
- A Pity for Heroes by Derek Hunt
- Mr Punch’s History of the Great War
- The Lion and the Poppy, British Veterans, Politics, and Society, 1921-1939 by Niall Barr
- Julius Buckler: Malaula! Battle Cry of Jasta 17 by Norman Franks.
- The Salient. Ypres, 1914-1918 by Alan Palmer
- The Unwanted. Great War Letters from the Field edited by John Hughes
Ottoman Army Effectiveness in World War I. A comparative study by Edward Erickson
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