Welcome to the October 2017 edition of The Western Front Association journal Stand To!
Editor's Notes : Communication Lines
Remembrance and Armistice 2017 and 2018
Britannia's Unruly Stepchildren: Part One - The Army by Michael O'Brien
Major General Sir Robert Fanshawe in the Great War by Richard Earl
The Camera Returns (92) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall
To Pardon or Not to Pardon? The Twenty Five Canadians Shot at Dawn. Part One by Diana Beaupre and Adrian Watkinson.
A Lonely Anzac: 1394 Private Harold Meston - 9th Battalion AIF by Paul Cobb
The Battle of the Somme a Cinematic Watershed of Propaganda and Persuasion by Mark Connelly
Who was Who? How a Military Medal Conundrum Led to a Case of Mistaken Identity by John Sly
A Pessimistic Attitude? The Sacking of Horace Smith-Dorrien by James Benn
The Home Base - The UK 1914-1918: Part Three - Guarding the Home Base by Bob Butcher
Alnwick - A Typical Town in the Great War by Dudley George
Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major! British Army Expansion of the Warrant Officer Class by Graham Caldwell
Garrison Library: First World War Book Reviews
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