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Editions from the 1940s
21 December 2016

Number 9, October-November 1949 (pdf, 7.5MB)

  • Soldier: Where Do You Stand?Editorial
  • DefenceSchool of Tactics and Administration
  • Germs and GeneralsMajor-General F. Kingsley Norris
  • El Alamein to the River Sangro - 1Major O. D. Jackson
  • MarksmanshipGeneral J. L. Devers
  • Developments in ArtilleryDirectorate of Royal Artillery, AHQ
  • CARO - How it WorksColonel R. L. Bennett

Number 8, August-September 1949 (pdf, 18.3MB)

  • Higher Defence Organization in AustraliaDirectorate of Military Training
  • Allied Grand Strategy in the Defeat of GermanyColonel C. P. Stacey, Canadian Army
  • Developments in ArmourDirectorate of Armour
  • Military WritingLieutenant-Colonel M. C. A. Henniker, Royal Engineers
  • Pacific StrategyLieutenant-Colonel A. H. Burne
  • Selection and Training of British Army OfficersMajor-General R. J. Collins
  • Changes in the British Empire since 1939Directorate of Military Intelligence
  • The German Invasion PlanLieutenant P. G. Lachlan, RN
  • The AMF Gold Medal EssayEditorial Staff
  • Servo SystemsMajor A. G. Cairns
  • The Central Army Records OfficeColonel R. L. Bennett
  • The Post-War Russian ArmyLieutenant-Colonel J. S. Addington, US Army
  • The School of Tactics and AdministrationLieutenant D. R. Jackson

Number 7, June-July 1949 (pdf, 5.5MB)

  • Where Does the Army Stand To-Day?Lieutenant-General S. F. Rowell
  • The Place of Armour in the Modern ArmyMajor-General W. G. Livesay, US Army
  • Modern Problems of Defence of the British CommonwealthDirectorate of Military Intelligence
  • Allied Grand Strategy in the Defeat of Germany - Part IColonel C. P. Stacey, Canadian Army
  • Supply by AirColonel R. G. Pollard
  • "Miniaturization" in the Development of Signal EquipmentLieutenant-Colonel E. G. Foster
  • Operation "CAULDRON"Directorate of Military Training
  • The Things that MatterReport on Operations
  • TelevisionMajor P. H. Read, British Army
  • Mapping a ContinentColonel L. Fitzgerald
  • The Middle EastDirectorate of Military Intelligence
  • Eyes in the NightArmy Illustrated Magazine

Number 6, April-May 1949 (pdf, 5.2MB)

  • The Defensive Battle - Alam HalfaDirectorate of Military Training
  • Reciprocal CommunicationBrigadier A. A. Wilson
  • Organization, Equipment and Employment of Airborne ArmiesColonel R. G. Pollard
  • The German Officers' Corps - 2J. H. Morgan
  • American Infantry DivisionLieutnenant-Colonel M. Austin
  • It's Hard to Fight a GhostAnonymous
  • Netherlands East IndiesDirectorate of Military Intelligence
  • Rise and Development of the General Staff SystemMajor E. W. O. Perry
  • The Base BusinessBritish Army Journal

Number 5, February-March 1949 (pdf, 7.1MB)

  • The Development of British Airborne ForcesColonel R. G. Pollard
  • The German Officers' Corps - 1J. H. Morgan
  • West PointGarry Armstrong
  • The Long Range Weapons Organization in AustraliaLieutenant-Colonel S. A. Morrison
  • Recruit Training - 1847Lieutenant D. H. Colsey
  • The Rise and Development of the General Staff SystemMajor E. W. O. Perry
  • Far Away and Long AgoCaptain A. Preston
  • AntarcticaDirectorate of Military Intelligence
  • How to Study Military HistoryDirectorate of Military Training
  • Training for War in the Russian ArmyMilitary Review, USA
  • Is the Army Wrong or are You?Anonymous
  • The Training FilmDirectorate of Military Training

Number 10, December-January 1949-50 (pdf, 59.4MB)

  • The AMF Gold Medal Essay, 1948-49Lieutnenat-Colonel C. W. T. Kyngdon
  • Recent Advances in Guided Missile DevelopmentMajor G. A. Johnston
  • Barbs, Bullets and BayonetsMajor J. T. Ashenhurst
  • The Dirty WorkMajor-General F. Kingsley Norris
  • El Alamein to the River Sangro - 2Major O. D. Jackson
  • Organization and Employment of EngineersOffice of the Engineer-in-Chief
  • The Central Army Records Office - 3Colonel R. L. Bennett
  • Trends in Tank DevelopmentColonel H. H. D. Heiberg

Number 4, December-January 1948 (pdf, 12.2MB)

  • Atomic Bomb ExplosionsDr. R. E. Lapp
  • Is Anything New?Captain A. Preston
  • The Bulldog-Wau RoadLieutenant-Colonel W. J. Reinbold
  • The First Australian Expeditionary ForceEditorial Staff
  • Guided MissilesMajor G. A. Johnston
  • The Importance of Africa in Relation to Commonwealth DefenceDirectorate of Military Intelligence
  • The Tactical Employment of the Variable Time FuzeDirectorate of Royal Artillery
  • Offensive Air Support, Part 2Lieutenant-Colonel C. A. E. Fraser
  • Recruiting One Hundred and One Years AgoLieutenant D. H. Colsey
  • The Rise and Development of the General Staff System - Part IMajor E. W. O. Perry
  • Cannae - The Perfect BattleDirectorate of Military Training
  • Mountain Warfare"Soldier"
  • What Air Power Can - And Can't DoHanson Baldwin
  • Are You a Good Instructor?Directorate of Military Training

Number 3, October-November 1948 (pdf, 7.9MB)

  • The AMF Gold Medal Prize Essay 1917-48Lieutenant-Colonel E. G. Keogh
  • The Variable Time FuzeCaptain R. C. Baker
  • The Strategic Importance of CanadaLieutenant-Colonel G. J. H. Wattsford, Canadian Army
  • Origin of Some Military TermsEditorial Staff
  • Operation "Totalize"Lieutenant-Colonel A. Jolly, Royal Tank Regiment
  • DisciplineDurbar Notes, India
  • Offensive Air SupportLieutenant-Colonel C. A. E. Fraser
  • Tradesmen for the Regular ArmyColonel G. H. S. Moran
  • Black LightWarrant-Officer R. W. Sandon
  • KoreaDirectorate of Military Intelligence
  • The Battle of KurskMilitary Review, USA
  • Raw MaterialField Marshel Montogomery

Number 2, August-September 1948 (pdf, 8.6MB)

  • Psychological Warfare and the SoldierDirectorate of Military Training
  • Railways in Relation to DefenceColonel J. G. N. Wilton
  • Fighting in ForestsInfantry Bulletin, UK
  • Reserve of Officers TrainingDirectorate of Military Training
  • El Alamein to TripoliColonel Hugh M. Exton, US Army
  • Customs of the ServiceEditorial Staff
  • History of RadarDirectorate of Royal Artillery
  • Development of "B" VehiclesCaptain G. E. Johnson
  • The Indian Sub-ContinentDirectorate of Military Intelligence
  • Fresh Food on Active ServiceBrigadier P. S. McGrath
  • The AMF Gold Medal Essay, 1948-49Editorial Staff
  • The Future of Biological WarfareMajor G. A. Johnston
  • Winston Churchill on SalutingBrigadier J. Field
  • Staff WorkAir Marshall Sir T. Elmhirst
  • The Anti-Tank RegimentMajor G. P. Marriot, Canadian Army
  • Junior LeadershipField Marshel Montogomery
  • The Battle of MoscowMilitary Review, USA
  • Magnetic Scrap CollectionDirectorate of Mechanization
  • What is Morale?General Sir William Slim, GBE, KCB, DSO, MC

Number 1, June-July 1948 (pdf, 37.4MB)

  • The Citizen Military ForcesLieutenant-General V. A. H. Sturdee
  • Editorial
  • Development of Dress for the Post War ArmyLieutenant-Colonel C. W. T. Kyngdom
  • The Principles of WarPrepared by Directorate of Military Training
  • Promotion ExaminationsPrepared by Directorate of Military Training
  • Biological Warfare - Its Place in HistoryCaptain I. R. McKenzie
  • The Recruit - Make Him Welcome"Soldier"
  • The Ex-Italian Colonies in AfricaPrepared by Directorate of Military Intelligence
  • Why Men FightColonel S. L. A. Marshall, US Army
  • Radar and Field GunneryPrepared by Directorate of Royal Artillery
  • What Makes a Good Unit"Soldier"
  • British Armoured BattlesN. Campbell
  • The German Nebelwerfer RocketMajor C. A. Johnston
  • Regimental Colours
  • Russian Artillery - 1941-1945Lieutenant-Colonel H. G. de Wateville, CBE.
  • Army Development and Proving EstablishmentLieutenant-Colonel J. F. Wrigglesworth
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