This is a Special Edition of Stand To! 'Aftermath'.

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Peter Hart

Heimkehr - Coming Home The Demobilisation and Transformation of the German Army 1918 - 1919 

Sebastian Laudan

The German ‘Stab in the Back’ Myth

Jack Sheldon

The Camera Returns (98)

Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

Walls of Papers vs Walls of Steel: France, the Failings of the 1919 Peace and the Route to the Maginot Line

Martin S Alexander

The Demobilisation of Britain’s Equine Army 1918-1919 An Overview

Dr Graham Wantson

‘The biggest single bit of work since any of the Pharaohs’ the Imperial War Graves Commission and the Commemoration of the Great War, 1917-1939’

Mark Connelly

Will We Remember Them? The Linkister Looks at h the Meanings and Functions of Commemoration.

Henry Daniels

Shackleton’s Pall Bearer William Andrew Sandiso

Jon Sandison

‘Worst pests than weeds!’ Remembering the Great War Women’s Land Army

Helen Frost

Clearing the Battlefields the Chinese Labour Corps in 1919

Dominiek Dendooven

‘What a chance for an artist!’ Alfred Munnings, War Artist, 1918

Emma Mawdsley

The British Army Demobilisation Strikes in 1919

William Butler

Cartography of Wounds

Dr James Wearn and Jenny Martin

Garrison Library : First World War Book Reviews


Terriers in India; British Territorials 1914-19 

Peter Stanley

Guiseley Terriers: A Small Part of a Great War: A History of the 1/6th Battalion Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment.

Stephen Barber

Great Escapes of the First World War

Various Authors

A Visitor’s Guide, The Battles of Arras: North: Vimy Ridge to Oppy Wood and Gauvelle

Jon Cooksey and Jerry Murland (Reviewed by Mark Connelly)

A Long Week in March: The 36th (Ulster) Division in the German Spring Offensive, March 1918

Michael James Nugent

Hero on the Western Front: Discovering Alvin York’s Battlefield

Michael Kelly

Biplanes at War: US Marine Corps Aviation in the Small Wars Era 1915-1934

Wray R Johnson

War Amongst the Clouds

Air Vice Marshal Hugh Granville White and Group Captain Chris Granville WHite 

Royal Air Force and Australian Flying Corps Squadron Losses 1st July - 11th November 1918 

W R Chorley

Those Bloody Kilts; The Highland Soldier in the Great War

Thomas Greenshields

Ordnance: Equipping the British Army for the Great War

Philip Hamlyn Williams

Supplying the British Army in the First World War

Janet MacDonald

Battle of the Baltic Islands 1917: Triumph of the Imperial German Navy

Gary Staff

The Last Days of the High Seas Fleet: From Mutiny to Scapa Flow

Nicholas Jellicoe

The Great Scuttle: The End of the German High Seas Fleet

David Meara

The French on the Somme: From Serre to the River Somme - August 1914 - 30 June 1916

David O’Mara (Reviewed by Christina Holstein) 

A Time to Die and a Time to Live

Tom Scotland

The Drumhorse in the Fountain & other Tales of Heroes and Rogues in the Guards

Christopher Joll & Anthony Weldon

The German Failure in Belgium, August 1914 

Dennis Showalter, Joseph P Robinson and Janet A Robinson

Ghosts of Old Companions: Lloyd George’s Welsh Army, The Kaiser’s Reichsheer and the Battle of Mametz Wood, 1914-1918

Jonathan Riley

Defending Trinity College Dublin, Easter 1916: Anzacs and the Rising

Rory Sweetman

Other Ranks

W V Tilsley (ex-Private 202926) with additional research and material by Gaye Magnall

The Killing of the Iron Twelve

Hedley Malloch

Between the Darkness and Light

Roy Peachey


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