Editor’s Introduction

  • The long term legacy of the centenary

Communications Lines

  • Royal Melbourne Golf Club victim
  • Remembering the Home Front
  • Unknown soldiers
  • Photographic archive

The Caricatures of Private Edward Cole (Part I) by Michael Lucas

Gallantry at Nazareth - Palestine 1918 The Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Plan to Capture General Otto Liman von Sanders by Graham Caldwell

Other Administrative Services on the Western Front by Bob Butcher: The Signal Service, The Remount Service of the Army Service Corps (ASC), Expeditionary Force Canteens, Army Postal Services of the Royal Engineers, Army Printing and Stationery Services, The Labour Corps, Intelligence Corps, The Women's Auxiliary Corps, Transportation Services, Forestry. 

The Gallant Headmaster by Jeremy Archer

From Three Maps to a Man - The Search for Sergeant Trenear by Carol Henderson

British Line Infantry Reserves for the Great War - Part 2: A Case Study of the Royal Welch Fusiliers by David Langley

The Camera Returns (83): Braisne by Bob Grundy anda Steve Wall

Finding Teddy - by Lyndon Sly and Erica Sciolti

The 'Khaki University of Canada' in the Great War by Diana Beaupré and Adrian Watkinson

War Art - Private Eric Henri Kennington, RA by David and Judith Cohen

Chequered Passage - A Snapshot of One Man's Service in the Great War by Julian Wynn

The Few of Us Who Were Left by Robin Gregory

Garrison Library (World War I Book Reviews)

  • Londoners of the Western Front. The 58th (2/1 London) Division in the Great War by David Martin
  • The Stockbrokers' Battalion in the Great War. A History of the 10th (Service) Battalion Royal Fusiliers by David Carter
  • The Great War Dawning - Germany and its Army at the Start of World War I by Dr Frank Buchholz, Joe Robinson & Col.(Ret.) Janet Robinson
  • German Assault Troops of World War I by Thomas Wictor
  • Theirs not to Reason Why: Horshing the British Army 1875-1925 by Graham Winton
  • War Horses. The Story of the World War 1 Remount Depot at Latham Park, Latham, Lancashire by Nigel Neil
  • Verdun: the Longest Battle of the Great War by Paul Jankowski
  • The Leeds Pals by Stephen Wood
  • Haig and Kitchener in Twentieth-Century Britain: Remembrance, Representation, and Approbation by Stephen Heathorn 
  • World War One - Frontline News by Nicholas Pringle
  • Public Schools and the Great War: The Generation Lost by Anthony Seldon and David Walsh
  • Top Secret - British Boffins in World War One by David Rogers
  • Death did not Divide Them by Michael O’Brian
  • Early Trench Tactics in the French Army: The Second Battle of Artois, May-June 1915 by Jonathan Krause
  • Stolen Lives: Individual Tragedies of the Great War by Andrew Hamilton and Alan Reed
  • First World War Heroes of Wotton-Under-Edge by Bill Griffiths
  • The French Army’s Tank Force and Armoured Warfare in the Great War by Tim Gale
  • A Peripheral Weapon? The Production and Employment of British Tanks in the First World War by David J Childs
  • Planning Armageddon: British Economic Warfare and the First World War by Nicholas A Lambert

Short Notices 

  • The Unreturning Army. A Field Gun in Flanders 1917-18 by Huntly Gordon
  • Road to Lindi. The 1st (Hull) Heavy Battery RGA East Africa and France 1914-1918 by Rupert Drake
  • Preston in the First World War by David Huggonson
  • Pioneer Battalions in the Great War: Organized and Intelligent Labour by K W Mitchinson
  • Memoirs of a Rifleman and Scout by F M Crum
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