Stoker’s Submarine; Australia’s Daring Raid on the Dardanelles on the Day of the Gallipoli Landing

Stoker’s Submarine; Australia’s Daring Raid o…

Reviewed by Robin Broadhurst. Most naval historians know that the first two submarines through the Dardanelles were com…

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When the Navy Took to the Air: The Experimental Seaplane Stations of the Royal Naval Air Service

When the Navy Took to the Air: The Experiment…

Reviewed by Niall Ferguson. Those hoping to read of the exploits of the RNAS on the Western Front will be disappointed …

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Two Wheels to War. A tale of twelve bright young men who volunteered own motorcycles for the British Expeditionary Force 1914 at War

Two Wheels to War. A tale of twelve bright yo…

My only experience of motor-cycling is as pillion passenger on a trip to Ypres 20 years ago. Since, as a mode of travel,…

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Givenchy in the Great War – a Village on the Front Line

Givenchy in the Great War – a Village on the …

Reviewed Stephen Broomfield. I am sure many reading this review will have visited Givenchy - lying as it does in a cent…

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Joseph 1917

Joseph 1917

Reviewed by Peter Powderham. Joseph 1917 examines a neglected aspect of the First World War: British wartime tribunal p…

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Roll of Honour: Schooling and the Great War 1914-1919

Roll of Honour: Schooling and the Great War 1…

Reviewed by Barbara Taylor. Roll of Honour marks the contribution of schools and the pupils and teachers who went off t…

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1917 The Passchendaele Year: The Diary of Achiel van Walleghem

1917 The Passchendaele Year: The Diary of Ach…

Reviewed by Stephen Broomfield. In 1913, Achiel van Walleghem was appointed curate to the village of Dickebusch. After …

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The Lion and The Rose: The 1/5th Battalion The King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment 1914-1919

The Lion and The Rose: The 1/5th Battalion Th…

Reviewed by Bob Wyatt. The 1st/5th Battalion The King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment 1914-1919, is impressive. The majo…

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Crossing No Man’s Land. Experience and Learning with The Northumberland Fusiliers in the Great War

Crossing No Man’s Land. Experience and Learni…

Reviewed by Bob Wyatt. Crossing No Man’s Land is the 17th in Helion’s acclaimed series of Wolverhampton Military Studie…

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Friends are Good on the Day of Battle: The 51st (Highland) Division During the First World War

Friends are Good on the Day of Battle: The 51…

Review by Bob Wyatt. Friends are Good on the Day of Battle, an important evaluation of the 51st (Highland) Division, is…

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Loyal Gunners:  3rd Field Artillery Regiment (The Loyal Company) and the History of New Brunswick’s Artillery, 1893 to 2012.

Loyal Gunners:  3rd Field Artillery Regiment …

Review by Charles Messenger. This is Volume 2 of the Loyal Company’s History, the first, covering its initial hundred y…

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Fallen Eagles: Airmen Who Survived the Great War Only to Die in Peacetime

Fallen Eagles: Airmen Who Survived the Great …

In his introduction, Norman Franks states that he came across a list of RAF officers who died between the end of the Fir…

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