Communication Lines 2–6 

A Bridge Too Many on the Oise by Michael Carragher 7–11 

A Short Spell on Mudros and Helles by Barbara Meredith 12–18 

Another Lonely Anzac 1394 Private H V Meston 9th Battalion AIF by Paul Cobb 19–21 

The Camera Returns (102) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall 22–23 

A Fascination for Flora Along the Western Front by Dr James Wearn, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew


Lieutenant Geoffrey Lloyd Eight Months as a Prisoner of War Interesting sidelights on the German Revolution by Andy Taylor 31–33 

The 29th Division The Origins of a Mythical Reputation? by David Griffiths 34–35 

The Last–Minute Rush to Create the BEF Senior Command in August 1914 How Sir William Robertson came to be appointed Quartermaster General to the BEF by Ross Beadle 36–38 

Sir Douglas Haig and the Introduction of the Trench Mortar 1914-1915 by John Mason Sneddon 39–44 

What did you say in the Great War, Bishop? Principles, Patriotism; Power and Pressure by Tom Scherb 45–49 

Garrison Library 50–IBC

  • Victory at Gallipoli: The German–Ottoman Alliance in the First World War by Klaus Wolf (Translator for Tim Iredale)
  • The Russian Baltic Fleet in the Time of War and Revolution 1914 –1918: The Recollections of Admiral S N Timiryov
  • The First and Last of the Sheffield City Battalion by John Cornwell.
  • The Greenhill Dictionary of Military Quotations Peter G Tsouras, Lt Colonel Retired.
  • Haig’s Tower of Strength. General Sir Edward Bulfin – Forgotten General by John Powell.
  • Fokker Dr1 Germany’s Famed Triplane in World War One by Mark C Wilkins.
  • In the Trenches: A Russian Woman Soldier’s Story of World War 1 by Tatian L Dubibskaya (ed) Lawrence M Kaplan
  • Tanks in the Great War 1914–1918 – The Development of Armoured Vehicles and Warfare by J F C Fuller.
  • Valour Beyond Measure – Captain Richard William Leslie Wain: VC The Tank Corps at Cambrai 1917 by Dr Jonathan Hicks
  • Faithful Fighters by Kate Imy.
  • Armoured Cruiser Cressy : Detailed in the original builders’ plans by Andrew Choong.
  • November 1918: The German Revolution by Robert Gerwarth.
  • Kildare The Irish Revolution 1912–23 by Seamus Cullen.
  • Flesh and Steel during the Great War. The Transformation of the French Army and the Invention of Modern Warfare by Michel Goya.
  • For what we have done: The first attack on Bellewaarde, 16 June 1915 by Michael R B McLaren.
  • Wilson’s War: Sir Henry Wilson’s Influence on British Military Policy in the Great War and its Aftermath by John Spencer.
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