Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor) 

Night Raid on the Hollandscheschuur Salient by Laurence Hopkinson 

Identity and Separation – The Letters of Private Frederick Whitham by Peter E. Hodgkinson, Nikki Oatham and Alastair Caisley 

Brothers of a Certain Stamp – Captains Guy and Lionel Crouch by Andrew Brooks

British Line Infantry Reserves for the Great War – Part 3 by Martin Gillott

Mining at Givenchy by David Whittaker 

The Camera Returns (84) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

Four Years with the British Army Part 1 – Bristol to the Somme by Paul Cobb William Maslin 

The Caricatures of Edward Cole by Michael Lucas

The Army Pay Services in Ireland 1914 – 1922 by John Black

War Art – Erna Plachte (1893–1986) by David and Judith Cohen

Red, White and Blue in North Russia – US Military Medical Care During the Murmansk Intervention, 1918–1919 by Dr. William Hanigan

The Dumfries ‘Atrocity’ by J. P. Lethbridge

Garrison Library (First World War books reviewed) 

  • A Mad Catastrophe: The Outbreak of World War I and the Collapse of the Habsburg Empire by Geoffrey Wawro
  • Poilou: The World War 1 Notebooks of Corporal Louis Barthas, Barrlemaker
  • Worshipper and Worshipped: Across the Divide - an Irish Padre of the Great War, Fr Willie Doyle Chaplain to the Forces 1915-1917 by Carole Hope
  • The Indian Army on the Western Front: India's Expeditionary Force to France and Belgium in the First World War by George Morton-Jack
  • Stemming the Tide: Officers and Leadership in the British Expeditionary Force 1914 by Spencer Jones (Ed.)
  • New Zealand's Great War: New Zealand, the Allies, & the First World War by John Crawford and Ian McGibbon (Eds.)
  • In a Time of War - Kildare 1914-1918 by James Durney
  • Tales from the Trenches - The First World War Stories of Corporal Alexander Norman, 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment by Mary Cole
  • Wyndham’s War being the Diaries of Thomas Wyndham Richards, a Cardiff Schoolmaster in Ruhleben Camp and Havelberg 1914-1918 by Derek Richards (Ed.)
  • Gardens of Hell: Battle of the Gallipoli Campaign, 1915-1916 by Patrick Gariepy
  • To Fight Alongside Friends: The First World War Diaries of Charles May by G.Harrison (Ed.)
  • Postcard Messages from the Great War by Andrew Brooks
  • The Life of Robert Loraine: The Stage, the Sky and George Bernard Shaw by Lanayre D. Liggera
  • There and Back with a Dinkum by W R G Colman
  • Life of Fire by Barroux
  • Hero of the Angry Sky: The World War I Diary and Letters of David S. Ingalls, America's First Naval Ace by Geoffrey L.Rossano.

Short Notices 

  • Remembered with Pride. Past Pupils of the Hitchin Boys' British School by Jean Handley
  • Bishop Stortford in the First World War by D. Clare, C.Downing and S.Turner
  • Men of Horley, 1914-198. Lest We Forget by Dough Cox
  • Dunblane War Memorial. Remembering Dunblane’s Fallen by Edward Campbell
  • Windsor in the Great War by Derek Hunt (WFA Member) and Brigitte Mitchell
  • The Horse Pond War Memorial, Castle Cary, Somerset by Brian Lush and John Carter
  • Racing Pigeon Pictorial International No.528
  • Pigeons in the Great War (1928)
  • The Sideshows. VCs of the First World War by Gerald Gliddon
  • Bracknells’ Great War Fallen by Andrew Radgick
  • Animals in the First World War by Neil Storey
  • The British Airman of the First World War by David Hadaway
  • Medical Services in the First World War by Susan Cohen
  • Ypres 1914: Langemarck by Jack Sheldon and Nigel Cave
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