The Great War – Spring Term 1915

We feel so sure that all the readers of the Magazine will desire most of all at this time to have news of one another, and to hear what the past and present members of the School and those who belong to them are doing as they take their part in sharing the responsibilities of this most anxious and momentous time. This number of the Magazine will therefore chiefly concern itself with making some kind of record of the news which reaches us of the various activities in which Godolphinites and their relations are engaged. This record will not only be of very great interest now, but it will surely be of intense interest in after years.