This article is by John Storey, entitled “Dulce et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori”. About an Italian War memorial he encountered while on holiday in southern Italy.
He gives a detailed account of the information on the Memorial and an insight into one of the lessen known campaigns of the Great War. The battle between Italy & the Austro-Hungarian Armies in what is now north east Italy/Slovenia. Where each side for over three years fought in terrible conditions a lot in being high up in the mountains, each suffering 100,000s of casualties.
The following three articles are by Graham Gathercole.
The first is about his relation, Charles Benjamin Gathercole and his service during the Great War.
The second is about the French village of Roeux and the fighting which happened there during the Battle of Arras and in particular the fighting for the German position known as the "Chemical Works".
The third article is about Vis en Artois Memorial and Cemetery.