All issue of the British Go Journal are now available online. Please note that the PDF files are often several MB in size and may therefore have slow download times, but none is larger than 10MB, being split into sections if necessary to achieve this.
Internal and external links inside these files work from BGJ157 onwards and external links work in issues from 119 on, but there are no working links in scanned copies, i.e. issues up to 118.
Note that the latest editions of the BGJ are members only.
In addition there are a selection of individual articles from old British Go Journals. The html articles reproduced are the 'go-ish' ones - games (since Autumn 1999 in sgf format), tutorials and problems - whilst news, tournament results, humour and so on are usually omitted.
Printed backnumbers of British Go Journals  are also available.
These archives are presented here as a service to the worldwide Go community. Feel free to read, study and print a copy of the pages for your own use. Making multiple copies of these pages or the information on them - in particular for any commercial activity - is prohibited.
The article pages were created by volunteers in a sporadic fashion and with the completion of the PDF archive this activity has now ceased. Each journal listed below also shows the month that the web pages or pdfs for that issue were last updated.
Diagram technical info
Mixed whole and half point GIFs: GifGuide.txt  provides a list of the many tiny GIFs which are used on most of the pages. Bd19x19.txt  provides the raw html for an empty 19x19 board. A 'quick and dirty' QBasic program to generate the board html code (ENTERGO.BAS) is available from http://www.stocton.org/tools.htm#entergo  without charge or guarantee.
To view *.go files:
Configuring browsers to read *.sgf files is similar.