British Army in Battle and Its Image 1914-18 (Birmingham War Studies)

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Sanders Marble is an authority on British artillery in the Great War, with two books and six articles. He has a dozen chapters or articles on various military and medical topics published, and Scraping the Barrel: armies use of sub-standard manpower will be published in autumn Chris McCarthy left school at fifteen without a qualification to his name.

After an array of jobs, including suit salesman, window dresser and electrician, he became manager of a model soldier shop in Kennington. He has been Head of Conservation since He is the author of The Somme. He is also working on a data base that will allow users to pin point a unit to a specific place at a specific date throughout the war. She is the author of The Long Silence. Tauris, ; paperback, Helen McPhail is an authority on the poetry of the Great War.

He was a general practitioner from until his retirement in During his medical career he took a particular interest in the treatment of casualties and in anaesthetics. He has a lifelong interest in the Great War: his father and three uncles fought on the Western Front. The Journal of the Western Front Association Geoffrey Noon was a founder member of the Western Front Association. In the time he can spare from attending rock concerts he arranges and leads battlefield tours.

He is an authority on the battlefields of the Western Front and of Gallipoli. Without the sustenance provided by her excellent food the University of Birmingham might never have been founded. Gerry Oram is a social, legal and cultural historian who specialises in military law, international law, war crimes, the control of armies and their impact on civilian populations.

He has taught at a number of universities both in history and in criminology - a combination that has influenced his research. This broad approach is reflected in his publications, which are listed below.

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In these he often draws on the contrasts and similarities between criminal civil codes and military codes in various countries. In his most recent publication, Military Executions during World War I Palgrave, , he analyses the impact on the military death penalty of ongoing developments in the understanding of the concepts of morale, discipline and management of the army within the context of attitudes towards crime, punishment and deviance in other armies and in society as a whole. Godfrey, C. Emsley and G. When not researching or writing he can often be spotted riding his bicycle through the West Wales countryside or on Alpine mountain passes.

He was the author of Dettingen and a number of articles and chapters on the history of the British Army. He specialized in Soviet army tactics and organizations and was one of the authors of the British Army Field Manual on the Soviet Army.

Michael Orr has lectured and written on Russian Army peacekeeping and counter-insurgency operations since the end of the Cold War. He has been studying the 55th West Lancashire Division TF for some years and is beginning a book that will use the division as a case study on how a division operated on the Western Front. He has been involved for some time as a guide on battlefield tours to the Western Front and has lectured to the Western Front Association and other audiences.

He is the editor of the Records of the Douglas Haig Fellowship.

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Michael Orr is married to a Camberley GP and has three daughters. His spare time is spent trying to reduce a stubbornly high golf handicap. He specialized in Mechanical Engineering, and his sea service included aircraft carriers, frigates, the minesweeper Bristol , and the Royal Yacht Britannia.

He is the author of Command in the Royal Naval Division. A Military Biography of Brigadier A. Asquith DSO Staplehurst: Spellmount, and many other talks and articles and chapters on various topics of naval and military history in books and journals. He is also one of two vice Chairmen of the Committee to reinstate the Royal Naval Division memorial from Greenwich to its original site on as part of the balustrade of the Old Admiralty Building overlooking Horse Guards Parade. Chris Page is married with two grown-up - or at least adult - sons, and lives in Bath. Apart from history, his interests include walking and playing golf.

Ian Passingham served for over seventeen years in the Army as a member of the Royal Hampshire Regiment and in staff appointments. Ian left the Army as a Major in to pursue a second career as a defence analyst and historian. This latest offering will be published in early to coincide with the 90th Anniversary of the momentous events of Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

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Andy Rawson is a civil engineer. He is that unusual phenomenon, an original thinker on the Great War, much influenced by his experience of war gaming. He is an authority on the British and French orders of battle in the Great War and is especially interested in the movement of British, Allied and enemy forces on the Western Front. He is also interested in British military intelligence in the Great War, particularly tactical intelligence behind enemy lines. He is also author of numerous essays, book reviews, articles for the popular press, and entries in major reference works.

Jeffrey has lectured nationally and internationally on a variety of historical and contemporary health subjects.

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Jeffrey is also a former member of the board of the Friends of the National Library of Medicine, having served that nonprofit organization for nearly seven years before joining the staff of the NLM. During his career Andrew has lectured to international audiences on many aspects of British military history including Leadership at the Staff College, Shrivenham, infantry history at the Infantry Training Centre, Catterick, and twentieth-century military medicine at the Wellcome Trust, London. For the past fifteen years Andy has been involved in conducting archaeological projects on the Western Front.

His publications include various articles and essays, three books on military history for young people including A Soldier's Life , Heinemann Somme 1 July Tragedy and Triumph was published by Osprey in Matthew Richardson has worked closely with Peter Liddle.

Liddle ed , Passchendaele in Perspective. Matthew Richardson is interested in all aspects of personal involvement in the First World War. This work formed the basis of his important study, British Generalship on the Western Front, Defeat into Victory , which was published by Frank Cass in December He is also the author of God's General.

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Andy Simpson works in IT. Since he has been a freelance software testing consultant. He is about to embark on a study of British armoured doctrine, but does not intend to desert the First World War permanently. He is currently Shadow Minister for Defence. He also effected the re-publication of J. William Spencer joined the Royal Navy after leaving school.

Although he claims to have spent most of his naval career doing sport he is a sub-four minute miler , he did find time to take part in the Falklands War. He has written widely on the First World War and has developed a special interest in the Gallipoli campaign. Nigel Steel is a frequent visitor to the battlefields of the Great War, in whose preservation he has taken a keen interest.

Jim Storr has a portfolio career in the defence sector. His principal areas of work are consultancy, teaching, writing and research. He teaches occasionally at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom. His first career was as an infantry officer. His doctoral thesis, entitled 'The Nature of Military Thought', was completed in His principal area of interest is the interplay of human behaviour and technology on the battlefield, and the resulting implications for military effectiveness. The revival in First World War Studies over the last twenty-five years has been due largely to the availability of new archival material.

The collection, cataloguing and maintenance of this material is of central importance to all scholars. His other interests are the British Expeditionary Force in and the uniforms and equipment of the British Army during the Great War. Mike Vice is a retired museum curator who is now pursuing a freelance museum consulting career. He has always had a strong interest in the Great War as both his grandfathers served with the US Army overseas in France.


His interest in field fortifications has caused him to explore the parallels of their usage between the American Civil War and the Great War. Additionally, he is at work on a book dealing with British military artifacts of the Crimean War, which has caused him to make several research trips to the UK in the last three years which is something he always enjoys. Mike continues to reside in Gettysburg with his wife Jean where he is active with a number of professional military history and living history organizations in both the US and the UK.

David T. Zabecki retired from the Army of the United States in He started his military career in , serving in Vietnam as an infantry rifleman. He rose to the rank of Sergeant First Class before receiving a commission as a field artillery officer. He later qualified for a secondary specialty as a military intelligence officer.

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He also served as a chief of staff. In and he served in the Balkans. His principal task was to serve as the chief negotiator between the Israeli Defense Force and the multiple Palestinian Authority security organizations. In and he was the U. In and he commanded the U. Army Commander South of the Alps. He is a graduate of the U. He has lectured at the U. He has served as a staff ride leader or instructor on more than 30 European battlefields.

He is author of more than magazine and journal articles, encyclopedia entries, and book reviews. Naval Institute Press: He has served as an assistant editor of seven military history encyclopedias under the general editorship of Professor Spencer, published by ABC-Clio. He has appeared as a commentator on The History Channel. In collecting them together, the Birmingham War Studies Series has done all those interested in the British army during the First World War a service by providing ready access to an interesting selection of work from an important scholar.

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