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The Times includes GHQ in their “Six of the best First World War reads”

Allan Mallinson from The Times reviewed new books on the wider aspects of the Great War. We were delighted that G.H.Q. was selected as one of the 6 books. The scan of the article is below and the link to the website here (summary only available to non-subscribers of The Times): Six of the best First World War reads You can also download the PDF of the article here: Six of the best First World War reads The hardback limited edition […]

The Guards Magazine book reviews of The Agony of Belgium and GHQ

In June the Guards Magazine, Journal of the Household Division, reviewed two Frank Fox books: The Agony of Belgium The Invasion of Belgium; August-December 1914 and G.H.Q. (Montreuil-sur-Mer) . We have copied the text from the reviews below and here is the link to see them on their website World War I books review The Guards Magazine. THE AGONY OF BELGIUM THE INVASION OF BELGIUM; AUGUST-DECEMBER 1914 by Major Frank Fox Frank Fox was an Australian born in 1874. A […]

The Agony of Belgium-May Book of the Month in the Forces War Records Magazine

The British publication Forces War Records, the sister site of Forces Reunited, selected The Agony of Belgium as their Book of the Month for May 2016. Below is the text from the review, and here is the link to see the article in the magazine: https://www.forces-war-records.co.uk/magazine/issues/2016/05/content/assets/basic-html/page-18-19.html Buy the hardback book on the Sir Frank Fox website or on Amazon.co.uk  (where it is also available in Paperback and Kindle). BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: This is a rare chance to re-discover a […]