Author Dan Mclean about his book on Rugbians in the Great War, published by Pen and Sword.
David Martin talks about his recent book on the 66th Division (East Lancs) during the German Spring Offensive. This is published by Pen & Sword.
Dr Rory Sweetman talks about his recent book on the defence of Trinity College Dublin during the Easter Rising in 1916. This is published by Four Courts Press.
Andrea Hetherington talks about her research into soldiers who deserted in Britain during the Great War.
Professor Sir Hew Strachan, Patron of The Western Front Association and Professor at University of St Andrews, talks about the social, political and economic consequences of the Great War for the major combatants immediately after the Armistice.
Journalist and writer Vanessa Holburn talks about her recent book on the 1919 Amritsar Massacre. This is published by Pen & Sword.
John Cornwell talks about his book on the first recruit and last survivor of the 12th Battalion, Yorks and Lancs Regiment (Sheffield City Battalion). This is published by Pen & Sword.
I wrote a short article in the latest edition of Distant Thunder Issue 3.
Charles Fair talks about his research into Officer Cadet Battalions during the Great War.
Kathryn White, a PhD history student at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, talks about her doctoral research into religion and the YMCA in WW1.