Now all roads lead to France and heavy is the tread
Of the living; but the dead returning lightly dance.
Edward Thomas, Roads

Thursday, January 1, 2015

What to Expect in 2015 from

Here's what you can look for in the coming year from all our publications at, including Roads to the Great War, the St. Mihiel Trip-Wire, Over the Top magazine, and our upgraded and expanded Doughboy Center.

Parallel the Centennial Events from 1915
From the Top: HMS Queen Elizabeth prepares for the assault on the Dardanelles; a Zeppelin downed over Essex;  the "Brooding Canadian Soldier" commemorates the first gas attack on the Western Front north of Ypres; Austrian mountain troops in the Italian Alps; a World's Fair in San Francisco in the midst of a world war

Follow America's Inexorable March to the Battlefields
Newly arrived American troops march through St. Laurent, France

Battlefield Imagery from Today
The "Trench of Death," Diksmuide, West Flanders
from Contributor Steve Miller's Collection

 Illustrations and Photographs from the Period
German Prisoner Column
from Editor Tony Langley's Collection

Reviews of Classic and New, Cutting-Edge Books
presented by Editor David Beer and Our Gang of Reviewers

Remembering Those Who Served
Joint French-British Cemetery, Thiepval Ridge, Somme Battlefield


  1. Wonderful plans - glad to be part of this endeavor!

  2. Like Diane, I'm proud to be part of all this! David Beer

  3. We should remember... For those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.