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Gunfire

G. H. Smith also publish Gunfire, a journal of First World War history. It was edited by the late Dr. A. J. Peacock of York. A selection of the main articles from various issues is appended below. Occasionally one issue is devoted to one subject. Where that is the case it is indicated by an*. The numbers refer to the issue of the journal.



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No. 15

No. 15

The main feature of this issue is an article on Sir Wilfrid Stokes, inventor of the famous mortar. Originally published in the Journal of the Junior...
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No. 16

No. 16

This contains more information on the Belgian coastal landing and an article on a trade journal and films – Bioscope and the War Films of 1914-15....
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No. 17

No. 17

The first part of the diary of Capt. R Fieldsend, titled “A True and Unexaggerated Report”. A moving and detailed account of life in the...
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No. 18

No. 18

One of the strangest things noted by many soldiers in 1914-18 was the result of a realisation that, whereas one could often not hear big guns firing...
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No. 19

No. 19

There were numerous “big guns” on the Western Front. An article here describes one that is not as well known as it should be, the site of which...
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No. 20

No. 20

This contains the concluding part of James Greenwood’s story, some reviews and the regular “Notes and Queries” column. ISSN Number: 0951 662X
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No. 23

No. 23

“Searching for the Truth” is an article on the work of Jean Norton Cru, and there is an article on “The French Cavalry Raid at the Marne”...
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No. 24

No. 24

This issue contains more information about the surrender of the Gordon Highlanders (“A Serious Misfortune (2)”) and an article about “The...
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No. 25

No. 25

The Hartmannsweilerkopf is a major battle site in the Vosges, now visited frequently by World War One buffs. This issue contains articles on that...
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No. 27

No. 27

The cover of this issue is a drawing of Harry Farr who is, perhaps, the most famous of the soldiers executed in 1914-18. “Pardon Ruled Out. The...
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