Editor’s Introduction

  • Centenary of the Gallipoli Landings

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor) 

Fyffe’s Gallipoli by Stephen Chambers

‘An Entente Most Remarkable’ Indians, Anzacs and Gallipoli, 1915 by Peter Stanley

A Story of Eight Soldiers by Richard J Preston

The Camera Returns (85): Mailly Maillet by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

From Hockey Field to Battlefield – Ten Lives Interrupted by Dr Frances Hurd

The Sandhurst Class of 1915

  • Carl Davies
  • Isaac Usher
  • Stanlie Layard
  • Tom Wilmot
  • Norman Kelley
  • James Fowlie
  • Ivor Cochrane
  • Trevor Southgate 
  • Charles Cook
  • Douglas Wimberley 

Over The Top: British Infantry Battle Tactics on the First Day of the Somme – 1 July 1916 by Tony Ball

The Attack of the 7th King’s Shropshire Light Infantry at Bazentin–le–Grand – 14 July 1916 by Peter Threlfall

William Maslin’s Four Years with the British Army – Part 2: The Fog of War by Paul Cobb

War Art: by David and Judith Cohen – Jean–Jacques Berne–Bellecour

The Ulster Volunteer Force of 1912–1914: Are the Forerunners of the 36th Ulster Division Better Understood as a Political or Military Organisation? by Dan Downer

A Voice from the Past – Gardeschütze Johannes Templiner by Sebastian Lauden

Garrison Library (World War I Book Reviews)

  • The Memoirs of Sir James Edmonds by Ian Becket (Ed.)
  • And We Go on by Will R Bird
  • A Short History of the First World War by Gary Sheffield
  • Memoir of the Trenches, Tanks & Captivity 1914-1919: Frank Vans Agnew MC by James Vans & Peter Widdowson (Eds.)
  • The Truce: The Day the War Stopped by Chris Baker
  • Fire and Movement: The British Expeditionary Force and the Campaign of 1914 by Peter Hart
  • From Boer War to World War: Tactical Reform of the British Army, 1902-1914 by Spencer Jones
  • Great War Railwaymen: Britain's Railway Company Workers at War by Jeremy Higgins
  • Battleground Gallipoli: Anzac Sari Bair by Stephen Chambers
  • A Shipyard at War: Unseen Photographs from John Brown’s Clydebnak 1914-1918 by Ian Johnson
  • Veiled Warriors by Christine E.Hallett
  • The Sky Their Battlefield by Trevor Henshaw
  • Bracknell’s Great War Fallen by Andrew Radgick
  • Armageddon’s Walls: British Pill-Boxes 1914-1918 by Peter Oldham
  • Battleground Gallipoli: Anzac: Sari Bair by Steve Chambers 
  • The Sky Their Battlefield by Trevor Henshaw (reviewed by Peter Hart)
  • Wirral in the Great War by Stephen McGreal
  • 'Wisht Lads': Washington in the Great War by Peter Welsh
  • Loyal Sons: Jews in the German Army in the Great War by Peter C Appelbaum
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