The Soldiers' Press
Created by soldiers for soldiers, trench newspapers were written at the front or close to it. Often marked by dark humour, they aimed to lift the morale of the troops.
Only a few copies were produced; they were handwritten and mimeographed a cheap and quick form of printing. They generally had a short run, although a few titles such as Le Poilu reached 30, copies. These publications are in many respects a rare and moving testimony of the psychology of World War One soldiers.
More info OK. A Song of the Western Cavalry musical score 1 Dec. Aussie: The Australian Soldiers' Magazine. Another Mystery Ship cartoon 1 April The Canadian Sapper.
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Jan 1, A Night out in Turkey. Mar 28, Navy - The Kia-Ora 1 Dec. Organ of H. New Zealand.
Infantry - The Inchkeith Lyre 1 Jan. The Prisoner's Pen, 1 May Unit Origins 1 October Russia - V Plenu 1 Jan. United Kingdom - Britannia 1 June The Illustrated War News. My Experience of the European War 1 Jan. Highland Light Infantry Chronicle. By Pte.
Turner , 2nd Battalion, H. Le bombardement des Dardanelles 28 Feb The Battle of — Hill. Letters from the Front.
Turkish Defeat on the Tigris. Peninsula Press.
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