Communication Lines 


‘Shoppee’s Tower’: The Importance of a Nieuport Church Tower in October 1914 by Luc Vanacker


Lieutenant Colonel Herbert Gordon Carter, DSO, Pioneer Battalion Commander on the Western Front by William Westerman


The Dinwiddy Rangefinder and the Defence of London by Peter Hodgkinson


The Camera Returns (99) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall 


A Lieutenant at Fifteen by Dr Paul Harris 


The Short Life and Demise of the 3rd Regiment, Canadian Mounted Rifles in 1915 by Gareth Jones 


Brigadier General Gordon Strachey Shephard DSO, MC, Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur, MiD (1885–1918) by Trevor Lindley 


A PoW who Made it to Switzerland – but not by Escaping: Private Sydney Smith’s War by Dr A D Chissel 


Frank Richards and the Snake Expert by John Krijnen


Garrison Library 


Belgium in the Great War by Jean-Michel Veranneman

WWI Crusaders: A band of Yanks in German-occupied Belgium help save millions from starvation as civilians resist the hard German rule. August 1914 to May 1917.


Southern Thunder: The Royal Navy and the Scandinavian Trade in World War One by Steve R Dunn


World War I Remembered: Royal Marine Buglers and Musicians at War by John Ambler


Belgrade during the Great War: The City through the Eyes of Those who lived in it 1914-198 by Milos Brun


Armenian Genocide: The Great Crime of World War I by David Charlwood


Lessons from the Mud, 55th (West Lancashire) Division at the Third Battle of Ypres by Paul Knight


A Bradford Pal: from Mill Town to the Battlefields of France by John Broadhead 


Keeping the Old Flag Flying: The World War I Memoir of Kenneth Basil Foyster - Canadian, Prisoner and Internee.


History of the Small Arms School Corps 1853-2017 by Richard Fisher


Jack Beresford: An Olympian at War by John Beresford


Archduke Ferdinand and the Era of Assassination by Lisa Traynor

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