In Communications Lines, the introduction to Stand To!, editor Matthew Leonard talks football, more on machine gun tactics, the Greek contribution to the First World War, cordite production, and peace medals while introducing Gary Sheffield’s examination of Jay Winter’s The Day the Great War Ended: 24 July 1923.



Communication Lines 


The First Lionesses! The Army Pay Office Preston Ladies Football Team During The Great War by John Black


The Camera Returns (111) by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall


Finding Nancy (the Springbok) by Dirk Danschutter


AIF Machine Gun Tactics at Pozières: July and August 1916 by Greg O’Reilly


Did Whisky Win The War? Acetone for Cordite MD by Derek Bird


Pershing in Retrospect by David T Zabecki


Fighting With The Greek ‘Johnnies’: British encounters with the Greek army on the Macedonian Front, 1918 by Jake Gasson


Peace Medals: Souvenirs of Peace Day 1919 by Giles Thomas Penman


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