This account is unusual in two respects: in the first place it is not a formal history but a series of narratives contributed by commanders and others, from GOC down to a WO at divisional HQ, describing events from their point of view; and in the second place there is a separately published supplement containing further narratives from one of the brigade commanders, from the OCs field squadrons, RE and from one of the divisional RASC company OCs. One of the narratives describes a brigade’s operations against the Sinn Fein in Dublin, in which on one occcasion brigade casualties amounted to 19 officers and 143 other ranks of whom 30 died. The supplement is included in this reprint. Among the appendices is one quoting examples of acts of gallantry including one of the two VCs awarded; another gives a summary of the divisional record from formation to armistice and there are extracts from official correspondence and operational orders. Various recreational events are described - horse races, competitions for divisional transport, field ambulances, signal company and other equestrian events. One very useful item is a table listing all the division’s moves, with dates, from arrival in France on 26 February 1917 to 8 March 1919, giving locations and Corps and Army subordination.