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Review of “To our brothers”

To our brothers: memorials to a lost generation in British schools written be Sarah Wearne, photography by James Kerr published by Helion & Company in 2018 hardback ISBN 978 1 911628 25 5 215 pages…

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Review of “Futile exercise?”

Futile exercise? The British Army’s preparations for war 1902-1914 by Simon Batten published by Helion & Company Ltd in 2018 hardback ISBN 978 1 911512 85 1 210 pages plus appendix (order of battle), bibliography,…


Review of “Duty nobly done”

Duty nobly done: the South Wales Borderers at Gallipoli 1915 by Rodney Ashwood Published by Helion & Company in 2017 hardback ISBN 978 1 911512 17 2 281 pages plus appendices, bibliography and index. Illustrated….



Review of “On the dangerous edge”

On the dangerous edge: British and Canadian trench raiding on the Western Front 1914-1918 by Kenneth Radley published by Helion & Company, 2018 paperback ISBN 978 1 912390 75 5 489 pages plus bibliography and…


Review of “A sturdy race of men”

A sturdy race of men: 149 Brigade – a history of the Northumberland Fusiliers Territorial Battalions in the Great War by Alan Isaac Grint published by Pen & Sword Military in 2018 Hardback ISBN 978…


Review of “Two sides of the same bad penny?”

Two sides of the same bad penny? Gallipoli and the Western Front a comparison edited by Michael LoCicero published by Helion & Company 2018 in association with the Gallipoli Association and the Western Front Association…



Review of “With Marshal Foch”

With Marshal Foch: a British General at Allied Supreme Headquarters April-November 1918 by Lieutenant General Sir John du Cane, KCB edited by Elizabeth Greenhalgh published by Helion & Company in 2018 hardback ISBN 978 1…


Review of “Recovering the Past”

“Recovering the Past”by Ian Aldermanpublished by Uniform, an imprint of Unicorn Publishing Group, 2017ISBN 978 1 910500 82 8Paperback 60 pages plus 6 postcards enclosed. Illustrated colour.Cover price £12.99Reviewed by Chris Baker An interesting little…