Hodder 1916 by Mrs. StClair Stobbart. The fighting in Serbia and the retreat through
The Aeroplane & General Publishing Co 1918 The Red Baron’s autobiography
Jack 1915 (pseud. of Cyril Gull). Spies & a Sub off the coast of Norfolk.
Wells, Gardner 1916. Memoir/Novel of the Irish Rifles illustrated by Ruth Cobb
Memorials Commission 1929 From Neil Cournoyer
Herbert Reiach 1920
(from Neil Cournoyer)
Priv. Printed 1918. Memoir of 2 brothers in the 18th Div. A series of letters with
fine descriptions of front-line life & flying with the RFC
Fisher Unwin 1914. From the future explorer & educationalist. Issued simultaneously
in hardback at 4/6
Grant Richards 1915
Jarrold 1915. A few simple tricks if you can find any dry matches!
Bodley Head 1916, 1917 & 1918. Humorous verses by Hampden Gordon with illustrations
by Joyce Dennys
Gale & Polden 1921
(from Tom Donovan)
Everett 1916. Humorous verses.
Methuen July 1916 3rd ed. Poems by the Lt. Commander before & during the War
Country Life 1918. Humorous? Cartoons of hospital life.
Gale & Polden 1918
Fisher Unwin 1919. Paperback issue. Story of the 46th North Midland Division.
Western Daily Mercury 1917. War Correspondent.
Simpkin Marshall 1917 on behalf of the National Book Trade Provident Society. Stories,
Poems & Cartoons.
Duckworth 1917. Cartoons
Unknown 1915. An ABC of the Allies
NY Times Mag. 1915 sold in aid of wounded soldiers. The story of a toy dog carrying
the label ‘Woof! Je suis un Lion’ (from Fons)
Hodder 1917 5th imp. (from Andrew Harrison)
2 Flying books from Renzo. John Murray 1917 & Newnes 1915
Jarrold 1919 (from Fons)
Privately Printed 1919 Contains a short history of the Units War record. (unrecorded
in any library)
Electric Boat Co 1919. Anon. Fighting the U_Boats.
Newnes nd (from Andrew Harrison)
Sampson Low 1918
Simpkin Marshall 1915
By Frederick William Bagnall. North Shore Press, Vancouver 1933. Served with the
14th Battalion CEF at 2nd Ypres. Described as the rarest Canadian memoir of the War
(from Nick Fletcher)
George Philip for the Daily Mail 1916
Chambers (Edinburgh) 1918
Garden City Press 1915
Dawson (or Dobson) 1915
Privately printed 1926 by Private Buck O’Neil. The 108th Machine Gun Co. In the War.
Smith, Elder 1916 3rd revised ed. All you never wanted to know about ticks, fleas
Marshall Bros 1916 Bringing God to the soldiers back from the Front.
Menpes Printing 1917
Nelson 1915. With Mrs. St Clair Stobart’s Ambulance Unit in Belgium.
Offprint from the RAMC Journal 1937. General Luce was Director of Medical Services
with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. His replacement as deputy MS with XX corps
was Col. Dowsett to whom this copy is inscribed. I can only trace 1 other copy in
the National Library in Jerusalem.
Turnbull & Spears 1915. A Scottish Padre at the Front.
Co-operative Printing Soc. 1936 by Clara Cole. The fate of conscientious objectors
during the War.
Nelson 1918 French War reporters at the Front.
SPCK 1918 by Paget & Lloyd.
Privately printed, Stockton-on-Tees 1915 (by Private John Rugg RAMC) Captured 1914
& sent to Sennelager. Repatriated in June 1915.
Simpkin Marshall 1916. 15 months in Ruhleben by a British Civilian POW.
Privately printed, Kingston-on-Thames 1932. Captured at Loos, POW at Munster.
Newnes 1915 by Dr. Hugh Cimino. A British doctor on 6 months as a POW at Ruhleben.
Stockwell 1930. Servant to the Padre of the 3rd Tyneside Scottish captured in March
1918. His experiences as a POW until the end of the War.
H. R. Allenson 1919. With a Siege Battery of the RFA from May 1917 until he was killed
by a shell in February 1918. A collection of his letters from the front.
William Stevens 1915. Botha’s campaign in German SW Africa in 1914.
The 4 issues of ‘British Artists at the Front’ published by Newnes in 1918. Each
volume carried 16 (18 for Kennington) full colour illustrations with a commentary
by C. E. Montague. Without doubt the finest collection of War Art published during
Bourges 1919. The final days of the War with the AEF.
Hodder 1914 A book of stories for those injured in the War.
Heath Cranton 1920. An entertaining look at the early days of the WRAF with sketches
by the author (this originally came with a clear onion-skin wrapper which revealed
the cloth beneath).
Sampson, Low 1916 Sketches from the Front Line (from David Ainsworth).
Privately printed by the author, Sergeant J. W. Gale in 1934. A rare account by an
N.C.O. in this Campaign.
Country Life 1915 - 16 in pictorial boards. Each volume details the exploits of nearly
a dozen Territorial Units up to the battle of Loos (from David & Helen Pritchard).