Editor’s Introduction

  • British West Indies Regiments
  • A British Private Memorial behind German Lines: Henry Hammond Shott DSO 1/Royal Berkshire Regiment

Communications Lines

  • IWM Sound Archive - request for recordings
  • Tyne Cot Visitor Centre

‘The Devonshires Held this Trench - The Devonshire Hold It Still ’ - Part I by Jeremy Archer

Behind the Lines: The Story of the Iron Twelve - Part II by Hedley Malloch

The Fricourt-Tambour Duclos Sector on the Somme: Its Organisation and Defence by David Stowe

War Art: Charles Johnson Payne 'Snaffles' (1884-1967) by David and Judith Cohen

The Camera Returns (70): Armentieres by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

British and German Trench Slang 1914-1918: A Preliminary Formal and Semantic Comparison by Henry Daniels

The BEF in the Great War - Part I by Bob Butcher

Remembering the Great War at Bath Abbey by Ray Westlake

‘A Very English Teacher’ - Wilfred Owen and the 'Lost Boys' of Tynecastle High School by Neil McLennan

The 8th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders on the Western Front 1915-1918 by J H Johnson

The 38th (Welsh) Division in the Great War by Matthew Powell

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed)

  • We Will Remember Them: The Voices from the Aftermath of the Great War by Max Arthur
  • No Labour, No Battle: Military Labour During the First World War by John Standing and Ivor Lee
  • The Day we won the War. Turning Point at Amiens 8 August 1918 by Charles Messenger
  • 'Ours': The Jersey Pals in the First World War by Ian Ronayne
  • Handbook of Imperial Germany by Janet & Joe Robinson
  • The Road to Armageddon: The Life and Letters of Lieutenant Colonel, Henry Cadogan by Colonel Henry Cadogan RWF (Ed.)
  • Great War Portraits by Keith Colman
  • Earth Voices Whispering: An Anthology of Irish War Poetry 1914-1915 by Gerald Dawe (Ed.)
  • Strategy and Command: The Anglo-French Coalition on the Western Front, 1914 by Roy Prete
  • The Marne, 1914: The Opening of World War I and the Battle that Changed the World by Holger Herwig
  • Kitchener's Lost Boys: From the Playing Fields to the Killing Fields by John Oakes
  • The British Army in Battle and Its Images, 1914-1918 by Stephen Badsey
  • A Story of the 1st Battalion London Irish Rifles in the First World War by Ed Harris
  • Mont St Quentin: A Soldier's Battle by Bill Bullett 

Short Notices

  • A new A7V Tank by Max Hundleby
  • DVD: Lee Enfield Rifle
  • The Gas Attack at Ypres by John LeeMen, Horses, Mud and Stew. The Little Fusilier’s Great War by Wilfred Cook
  • Before My Helpless Sight, Suffering, Dying and Military Medicine on the Western Front 1914-18 by Leo Van Bergen

A note on Primary Sources for the Study of Medical Aspects of the Great War by Bob Wyatt  


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