- The Wipers Times - Facsimile Reprint - Complete Collection
- The Wipers Times: The Famous First World War Trench Newspaper, Bloomsbury 2013
- The Wipers Times - BBC Film, 2013
Bully – British canned corned beef. “Bully” is believed to be a corruption of the French bouillie meaning “boiled”, and due to the image of bulls depicted on the tin cans.
Cold Meat Ticket - Identity disc. Soldiers were issued two identity discs. In the event of death, one disc was taken from the body (the cold meat) and one remained.
Minnie - short for "Minenwerfer" (German for "mine launcher"), a class of short range mortars
No Man's Land - the area between the trenches of opposing forces
Sherwood Foresters - line infantry regiment of the British Army
Tommy- British soldier. Derived from Tommy Atkins, which, much like John Doe in the U.S., was a name on sample forms to represent a a typical British army private soldier.
Whizz-Bang - A high-velocity shell. Derived from the noise of the rapid flight and the explosion of a German 77mm shell.
Wipers – British soldiers' nickname for the city of Ypres, Belgium (“EE-pruh”)