It is almost impossible to describe shortly the contents of these 28 pamphlets, which were issued throughout the war as the need arose. Each contains training memoranda, but in addition there are reports from theatres of war, personal experiences in battle, notes about weapons, tactics, equipment and organisation, plus advice on many aspects of warfare and of military life in general. There is no easy way to catalogue the contents, but they make fascinating reading. Also included is a listing of pamphlets issued during the war and those which have been amended or superceded. In all a first class reader of army life and the increasing professionalism of the British Army.In two volumes.