Editor's Introduction

  • Plans for the 100th Anniversary of Third Ypres

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • ST106 Special Edition - some footnotes
  • Smokes for blokes
  • Tank myth
  • Somme Special ST 106 - Peter Hart’s ‘Life in the Trenches’ and ‘Off the Beaten Track’ by Tonie and Valmai Holt.

Zeppelins over Edinburgh: Truths and Myths of the First Bombing Raid on Scotland by Alan Reid

The Home Base – The UK 1914–1918: Part One – Mobilising the Nation by Bob Butcher

Death in the Ramparts – December 1917 by Colin Taylor

AIF Battalion Commanders in the Great War: The 14th Australian Infantry Battalion – a Case Study by William Westerman

The Camera Returns (90) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

General Sir John Steven Cowans: Pre–eminent Military Administrator and a War Winning Genius by Terry Dean

John Kipling: On the Balance of Probability by David Langley

‘Big’ Cross, ‘Little’ Cross – Why? by Tom Tulloch–Marshall

A Great War Legend: Major Frederick Elliot (‘Boots’) Hotblack by Colin Hardy

Great Scientists and Gunnery Innovation in the Great War by William Van der Kloot

Garrison Library (World War I Book Reviews)

  • Attack on the Somme: 1st ANZAC Corps and the Battle of Pozieres Ridge, 1916 by Meleah Hampton
  • Somewhere in France: The Story of 4783 Private James Ross Duperouzel, 51st Battalion Australian Imperial Force by W T Superouzel
  • Kitchener's Mob: The New Army to the Somme by Peter Doyle and Chris Foster
  • Behind the Lines by Jeffrey B Miller
  • Victoria Cross: WW1 Airmen and their Aircraft (expanded second edition) by Alex Revell
  • Till the Trumpet Sounds Again: The Scots Guards 1914-1919 in Their Own Words Vol.1. Great Shadows August 1914 - July 1916 by Randall Nicol
  • The Battle of Jutland by John Brooks
  • The First Tank Crews: The Lives of the Tankmen who fought at the Battle of Flers Courcelette, 15 September 1916 by Stephen Pope
  • From the Royal Field Artillery to the Irish Artillery Corps by Mark Mcloughlin
  • Sedbergh and District 1914-1918. But who shall return us the children? by Diane Elphick (Ed.)
  • Dudley's 1914-1918 War Memorial and the 720 Men Commemorated by John Hale
  • Epitaphs of the Great War by Sarah Wearne
  • Battery Action! The Diary of a Gunner 1916-1919 by Paul Cobb
  • Aisne 1918 by David Blanchard
  • They Didn't Want to Die Virgins: Sex and Morale on the Western Front 1914-18 by Bruce Cherry
  • Shell Shock - The Crisis by Taylor Downing
  • The German Army in the Offensives of 1917: Arras, the Aisne and Champagne by Jack Sheldon
  • Neither Unionist nor Nationalist: The 10th Irish Division in the Great War by Stephen Sandford
  • The Welsh at Mametz Wood by Dr Jonathan Hicks
  • Fritz and Tommy: Across the Barbed Wire by Peter Doyle and Robin Schäfer
  • Gallipoli: A Ridge Too Far by Ashley Ekins (Ed.)
  • The Somme. The Epic Battle in the Soldiers' own Words and Photographs by Richard van Emden
  • Airmen Died in the Great War: The Roll of Honour of the British and Commonwealth Air Services compiled by Chris Hobson
  • Local Heroes from the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames War Memorial Association

Short Notices

  • The London Gazette, 40,056 pages of military entries from Naval and Military Press
  • No More Soldiering: Conscientious Objectors of the First World War by Stephen Wade
  • And the World Went Dark: An Illustrated Interpretation of the Great War by Steven N Patricia


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