Stand To! No. 122 April 2021

 

Communication Lines 

2-3

Reduced and Reconstituted British Divisions, 1918 by Bill Mitchinson

4-9

James Neville Marshall VC MC and Bar by Peter Lees

10-15

The Camera Returns (103) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

16-17

Disaster to Triumph Saving life and limb on the Western Front 1914–18 by Tom Scotland

18-23

The Memoirs of a Japanese Nurse on the Western Front (pt 1) Introduction by Dr Dominiek Dendooven

24

Hajimeko Takeda’s Notes by a Japanese Nurse Sent to France or Women Soldiers Dispatched to Europe: the Japanese Red Cross Relief Corps and the First World War by Eiko Araki

25-28

A Poet’s War Office Files by Michael Lucas

29-30

Map Study of 10th Essex (Service) Battalion : Movements 20 – 27 March 1918 by Dora Ringland

30-35

Stereography in the Great War Part I: Paper card manufacturers by Ian Ference

36-41

The Pill Boxes on Ypres’ Ramparts Vestiges of the Anglo/American defence of Ypres, 1918 by Peter Oldham

42-45

Malvina Hoffman – A Monumental Woman The odyssey of an artist through the Great War by Michael O’Brien

46-50

Garrison Library > First World War Books Reviewed

51-56

John Terraine. The Smoke and the Fire: Myths and Anti-Myths of War 1861-1945. A reappraisal by Gary Sheffield

51

Zero Hour Z Day, Volume Two: XV Corps Operational between Mametz and Fricourt by Jonathan Porter

52

The Kaiser’s U-Boat Assault on Germany: Germany’s great gamble in the First World War by Han Joachim Koerver

53

Endell Street: The Suffragette Surgeons of World War One by Wendy More

53

Major General Oliver Nugent: The Irishman who led the Ulster Division in the Great War by Nicholas Perry

54

The Coolie’s Great War. Indian Labour in a Global Conflict 1914-1921

54

Verdun 1917: The French Hit Back by Christina Holstein

55

Directing the Tunnellers’ War: The Tunnelling Memoirs of Captain H R Dixon MC RE b (Eds) Phillip Robinson and Nigel Cave 

55

A Lancashire Fusillier’s First World War by Norman Hall

56

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