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- Podcast: Founder, host and producer of the WFA’s weekly Mentioned in Dispatches podcast which since February 2017 to October 2020 has broadcast 182 episodes and had over 328k downloads. https://play.acast.com/s/mentionedindispatches#:~:text=by%20Dr%20Tom%20Thorpe%20A,www.westernfrontassociation.com).
- Educational resource: Exploring the Battle of the Somme A toolkit for students and teachers (2016)
- Educational resource: Men Behind the Glass pack on education, society and WW1 in Northern Ireland for Y10 (age 14) children (2018). CCB. Approved by the CCEA (NI). Teacher Pack (21.11), Lesson 1, Lesson 2, Lesson 3 & Lesson 4.
- Education resource: Bringing Clandeboye to Life Commemoration of the Somme July 1916-2016 (2016) Living Legacies Programme, QUB.
- Article: T. Thorpe, ‘To volunteer or not: explaining Leicestershire’s recruitment crisis, 1914-1915’, East Midlands History and Heritage, Issue 7 (August 2018). http://eastmidlandshistory.org.uk/magazine-issue-7-out-now/
- Article: T. Thorpe, ‘Why they enlisted, served and killed; the experience and motivation of Leicestershire servicemen during the Great War, Midland History, Vol.44 Issue 1 (May 2019), pp.85-106. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0047729X.2019.1584171
- Article: T. Thorpe, ‘A ‘mere six weeks’? Examining the longevity of infantry officers’ frontline service during the Great War’, Distant Thunder, No.3, (Spring 2020), Journal of the Ireland branches of the WFA https://www.antrimanddownwfa.org/distant-thunder-journal/
- Article: T. Thorpe, ‘A ‘mere six weeks’? A comparative study re-examining the longevity of infantry officers’ frontline service during the Great War. War in History. November 2020, doi:1177/0968344520967706
- Article accepted to an edited collection: T. Thorpe, ‘The double-edged sword: Military Group Cohesion in British infantry battalions during 1917’, in S. Jones (Ed), ‘The Darkest Year: The British Army on the Western Front 1917 (Solihull: Helion, 2021).
- Monograph submitted to various publishers: Cohesion in the trenches: The role of interpersonal relationships in sustaining morale and resilience of British Army soldiers during the Great War.