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CONTENTS – Everyone’s War

  • Cover of Issue 4 Everyone's WarAn Appeal from our Chairman
  • Editorial
  • Dugout Doug? Douglas MacArthur, The Making of an American Legend – James J. Cooke
  • From Crookham to Cortina: A Medical Officer in Italy, 1944-1947 – Leslie Collier
  • Severe Wounds for the Serviceman: Wartime Evidence, Memories and Men 1914-1945 – Peter H. Liddle
  • “I think how lucky I am”: The Recollections of Lord Holderness
  • Glories, Grand Occasions and Generals: Godfrey Talbot‘s Wartime Diaries in North Africa and Italy – David Talbot
  • Kingswood School, Bath, and Uppingham: A Wartime Wedding – Malcolm Parsons
  • Crete: A Battle Honour Visited – Adrian Peck & Hugh Sandars
  • The Flying Viking: Wing Commander Erik Haabjorn – Eunice Wilson
  • The Centre’s Education Plans: The Women’s Land Army – Tracy Craggs & Claire Harder
  • Volunteers at Work: Cataloguing – Jacqueline Wynne-Jones &Michael James
  • Archival Accessions
  • The Mosquito Aircrew Association Archives: Update – G R T Willis
  • Snippets
  • Book News, Reviews & Classics Revisited
  • Correspondence
  • Friends Column and Commodities
  • Friends Details and Application Form

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Godfrey Talbot - War Correspondent

From the Battle of El Alamein in October 1942 to the fall of Rome in June 1944, War Correspondent Godfrey Talbot was among the half-dozen or so best-known voices on BBC radio. For countless listeners at home he seemed to provide a much-needed link with the men of the Eighth Army in North Africa and Italy.....