Götterdämerung – June 1919:The End of the German High Seas Fleet by Robin Brodhurst
Churchill’s Dummy Fleet Deceiving Germany about Britain’s Capital Warship Strength and Fleet Dispositions by Graham Caldwell
The Camera Returns (97) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall
Medical Officer Recruitment and Demobilisation in the Army in the Great War by Peter Starling
Haus Käthe. The Story of a ‘Pepper Box’ Bunker by Peter Oldham
Henry Bell. Another Sad Story of the Great War by John Sly
How, Where and When was R C Sherriff wounded in August 1917? by Peter Crook
Letters front the Front: The Propaganda War by Martin and Teresa Davies
Garrison Library: First World War Book Reviews
Masters of Mayhem: Lawrence of Arabia and the British Military Mission to the Hejaz. James Stejskal
An Unappreciated Field of Endeavour: Logistics and the British Expeditionary Force on the Western Front 1914–1918. Clem Maginniss.
Mephisto: Technology, War and Remembrance. Jeff Hopkins-Weise and Gregory Czechura
Pershing’s Tankers: Personal Accounts of the AEF Tank Corps in World War. Lawrence M Kaplan (ed).
War and Remembrance: The Story of the American Battle Monuments Commission. Thomas H Conner.
Forgotten Soldiers of World War 1 – America’s Immigrant Doughboys. Alexander F Barnes and Peter L Belmonte
The Indian Empire at War: From Jihad to Victory – The Untold Story of the Indian Army in the First World War. George Morton-Jack.
The Badges of Kitchener’s Army. David Bilton
1918: The Decisive Year in Soldiers’ own Words and Photographs. Richard van Emden.
Flesh and Steel during the First World War: The Transformation of the French Army and the Invention of Modern Warfare. Michel Goya. (Translator Andrew Uffindell)
Godley: The Man behind the Myth. Terry Kinloch.
English Landed Society in the Great War: Defending the Realm. Edward Bujack
That Grim Red Dawn – Shetland’s Sacrifice at the Ancre. John Sandison
A Sturdy Race of Men: 149 Brigade – A History of the Northumbrian Fusiliers Territorial Battalions in the Great War. Alan Isaac Grint.
Noble Savages: The Savage Club and the Great War 1914 – 1918. James Wilson.
The Soldiers’ Peace: Demobilizing the British Army 1919. Michael Senior.
Royal Air Force and Australian Flying Corps Squadron Losses 1st April – 30th June 1918. W R Chorley
Retreat: A Story of 1918. Charles R Benstead (With an introduction by Hugh Cecil)
The Forgotten Front: The Eastern Theater of World War 1, 1914–1915. Gerhard P Gross (Ed) Translated by Janice W Ancker
The South Irish Horse in the Great War. Mark Perry.
A Muddy Trench: A Sniper’s Bullet. Jacquie Buttriss.
Mons: An Artillery Battle. David Hutchinson.
Legacies of the First World War. Wayne Crocroft and Paul Stamper (eds)
With Marshal Foch: A British General at Allied Supreme Headquarters April–November 1918. Lieutenant General Sir John Du Cane, KCB (Elizabeth Greenhalgh, Ed)
Where They Kill Captains: Memories of War 1914–19. Douglas H Butler.
1918: How the First World War was Won. Julian Thompson in association with The Imperial War Museum.
Britain and Victory in the Great War. Peter Liddle (Ed).
Ironside: The Authorised Biography of Field Marshal Lord Ironside. Edmund Ironside with Andrew Bamford
Priests in Uniform: Catholic Chaplains to the British Forces in the First World War. James Hagart
Faith of our Fathers: Catholic Chaplains on the Western Front 1916 – 1919. Stephen Bellis.
College Echoes: An Epitaph to the Great War. Patrick Stevens.
To our Brothers: Memorials to a Lost Generation in British Schools. Sarah Wearne (author) and James Kerr (photography)
Postcards from the Trenches: A German Soldier’s Testimony of the Great War. Irene Guenther
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