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A "Royal Sussex" Hero: Memorials of Lieutenant Anson Lloyd Silvester [1888-1914] With extracts from his Journals & Letters.
SILVESTER (Rev. J.) Comp.
A Book of Remembrance: Being a Record of the Services of Old Boys & Masters of Watford Grammar School who served in the Great War 1914-1918.
WATFORD GRAMMAR:
A Brief History of the 12th Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (Pioneers). "The Miners' Battalion."
ENGLAND (Capt. R. Ede)
A Brief History of the 3rd Battalion 1st Punjab Regiment. Formerly 76th Punjabis...&c.
A Brief Record of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force under the command of General Sir Edmund H.H. Allenby, GCB, GCMG, July 1917 to October 1918.
PIRIE-GORDON (Lt.-Col. H.) Ed.
A Brigadier in France 1917-1918.
CUMMING (Brig.-Gen. Hanway R., DSO)
A British Rifle Man: The Journals & Correspondence of Major George Simmons, Rifle Brigade, during the Peninsula War & the Campaign of Waterloo.
VERNER (Lt.-Col. W.) Ed.
A Broken Friendship.
RATCLIFFE (A. Victor)
A C.O. in Prison.
CHAMBERLAIN (W.J.)
A Captive at Carlsruhe & Other German Prison Camps.
LEE (Joseph)
A Cavalry Chaplain.
DAY (Henry C., SJ, MC)
A Cavalry Officer in the Corunna Campaign 1808-1809: The Journal of Captain Gordon of the 15th Hussars,
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB) Ed.
A Cavalry Officer in the Corunna Campaign 1808-1809: The Journal of Captain Gordon of the 15th Hussars,
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB) Ed.
A Century of Yeoman Service: Records of the East Kent Yeomanry (The Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles).
HARRIS (Col. Lord, GCSI, GCIE)
A City Goes to War. [History of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment, 3 PPCLI].
STEVENS (G.R., OBE)
A Clasp for "The Few": A Biographical Account of New Zealand Pilots & Aircrew Who Flew Operationally with Royal Air Force Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain 10th July-31st October 1940.
WYNN (K.G.)
A Contemptible Little Flying Corps: Being a definitive & previously non-existent roll of those Warrant Officers, NCOs & Airmen who served in the Royal Flying Corps prior to the outbreak of the First World War.
MCINNES (I.) & WEBB (J.V.)
A Corner of Armageddon. 1914-1918. A Personal Narrative of the Great War by Corporal of Horse Percy Lloyd King, Second Life Guards.
A Daily Diary of the Gallipoli Peninsula & France during the period of the 1914-1918 War.
COOKSON (Cecil)
A Famous Indian Regiment: The Kali Panchwin, 2/5th (Formerly the 105th) Mahratta Light Infantry 1768-1923.
HENNELL (Col. Sir R.)
A Fatalist at War.
BINDING (Rudolf)
A Field Artillery Group in Battle: A Tactical Study Based on the Actions of 2nd Brigade, R.F.A., during the German Offensive, 1918, the 100 Days' Battle & the Battle of Cambrai, 1917.
WEBER (Col. W.H.F., CMG, DSO)
A Frenchman in Khaki.
MAZE (Paul)
A Frenchman in Khaki.
MAZE (Paul)
A Frenchman in Khaki.
MAZE (Paul)
A Full & Circumstantial Account of The Memorable Battle of Waterloo: The Second Restoration of Louis XVIII; & The Deportation of Napoleon Buonaparte to the Island of St. Helena... Together with an Interesting Account of the Affairs of France & Biographical Sketches of the Most Distinguished Waterloo Heroes.
KELLY (Christopher)
A Galloper at Ypres, & Some Subsequent Adventures.
BUTLER (Maj. & Bt. Lt.-Col. P.R., DSO, Royal Irish)
A General's Letters to His Son on Obtaining His Commission.
[PILCHER (Maj.-Gen. T.D.)]
A Generation Missing.
CARSTAIRS (Carroll, MC)
A German Deserter's War Experience.
A Glance at Gallipoli.
HEAD (Lt.-Col. Charles O., DSO)
A Gloucestershire Lad at Home & Abroad.
HARVEY (F.W.)
A Good Aggressive Fighter Pilot: The Story of One Airman Who Fought in the Battle of Britain.
SIMPSON (Geoff)
A Gurkha Brigade in Italy: Story of the 43rd Gurkha Lorried Brigade.
A Handful of Ausseys.
THORP (C. Hampton, AIF)
A Hilltop on the Marne.
ALDRICH (Mildred)
A History of 28 Engineer Regiment 1951-2014.
KEHOE (Capt. J.A.)
A History of the 10th (Service) Bn. The East Yorkshire Regiment (Hull Commercials) 1914-1919.
A History of the 1st (P.W.O.) Battalion The Dogra Regiment 1887-1947.
ATKINSON (C.T.)
A History of the 1st Bn. The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's), July 1st 1916 to the end of the War.
MAJENDIE (Major V.H.B., DSO)
A History of the 1st Bn. The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's), July 1st 1916 to the end of the War.
MAJENDIE (Major V.H.B., DSO)
A History of the 22nd (S) Bn. Royal Fusiliers (Kensingtons).
STONE (Major C., DSO, MC)
A History of the 2nd Bn. Monmouthshire Regiment.
BRETT (Capt. G.A., DSO, MC)
A History of the 2nd Bn. Monmouthshire Regiment.
BRETT (Capt. G.A., DSO, MC)
A History of the 2nd Lancers (Gardner's Horse) From 1809 to 1922.
WHITWORTH (Capt. D.E., MC)
A History of the 4th Bn. 19th Hyderabad Regt.
A History of the 4th Prince of Wales's Own Gurkha Rifles: Volume III, 1938-1948.
MACKAY (Col. J.N., DSO) & BORROWMAN (Lt.-Col. C.G.)
A History of the 4th/7th Dragoon Guards & Their Predecessors 1685-1980.
BRERETON (J.M.)
A History of the 58th Surrey Battalion Home Guard.
DODKINS (W.C.)
A History of the 5th Batt. The Lincolnshire Regiment.
SANDALL (Col. T.E., CMG, TD)
A History of the Army Ordnance Services. Vol. I: Ancient History, Vol. II: Modern History. Vol. III: The Great War.
FORBES (Maj.-Gen. A., CB, CMG)
A History of the British Cavalry 1816-1919. Vol. 5: 1914-1919, Egypt, Palestine & Syria.
ANGLESEY (The Marquess of)
A History of the British Cavalry 1816-1919. Vol. 7: The Curragh Incident & the Western Front 1914.
ANGLESEY (The Marquess of)
A History of the British Cavalry 1816-1919. Vol. 8: The Western Front 1915-1918, Epilogue, 1919-1939.
ANGLESEY (The Marquess of)
A History of the British Cavalry 1816-1919. Vol. II, 1851-1871.
ANGLESEY (Marquess of)
A History of the British Cavalry 1816-1919. Vol. III: 1872-1898.
ANGLESEY (Marquess of)
A History of the British Cavalry 1816-1919. Vol. IV: 1899-1913.
ANGLESEY (Marquess of)
A History of The Fourth Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders. With some account of the Military Annals of Ross, the Fencibles, the Volunteers, & of the Home Defence & Reserve Bns. 1914-1919.
HALDANE (Lt.-Col. M.M.) Comp.
A History of the Great War 1914-1918.
CRUTTWELL (C.R.M.F.)
A History of the Sixty-Sixth Field Artillery Brigade American Expeditionay Forces, Composed of the 146th & the 148th Field Artillery; National Guard Troops from the Western States of Colorado, Wyoming, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, New Mexico.
A History of the Transport Services of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force 1916-1917-1918.
BADCOCK (Bt. Lt.-Col. G.E., CBE, DSO)
A History of the Volunteer Forces From the Earliest Times to the Year 1860, Being a Recital of the Citizen Duty.
SEBAG-MONTEFIORE (Cecil, Capt. & Hon. Maj., 1st Middx. RE [Vols.])
A Journal of the Campaign in Portugal & Spain containing Remarks on The Inhabitants, Customs, Trade, & Cultivation, Of those Countries, From the Year 1809 to 1812.
MACKINNON (The Late Maj.-Gen. Henry)
A Kut Prisoner.
BISHOP (Lt. H.C.W., IARO attd. 66th Punjabis)
A Lancashire Brigade in France.
SANDILANDS (Brig-Gen. J.W., CB, CMG, DSO)
A Life Apart.
THOMAS (Alan)
A Life Well Lived: A Memoir of James Wood Colin Taylor, Lt. 3rd Bn. Sherwood Foresters; born May 22nd 1887, Fell in Action at Hooge, Flanders, August 9th 1915.
WOOD (John) Ed.
A Lost Legionary in South Africa.
HAMILTON-BROWNE (Col. G.)
A Manual of Surveying for India. Detailing the Mode of Operations on the Revenue Services in Bengal & The North-West Frontier Provinces.
SMYTH (Capt. R., Bengal Arty.) & THUILLIER (Capt. H.L., Bengal Arty.)
A Martial Medley: Fact & Fiction.
O'RIORDAN (Conal) et al.
A Memoir of the Services of Lieutenant-General Sir Samuel Ford Whittingham, KCB, KCH, GCF, Colonel of the 71st Highland Light Infantry.
WHITTINGHAM (Maj.-Gen. Ferdinand, CB) Ed.
A Memorial Record of the Men of Greenock who Fell in the Great War, 1914-1918.
GREENOCK:
A Memorial Record of the Staff of the Commercial Bank of Scotland Ltd. who served in the Great War 1914-18.
COMMERCIAL BANK OF SCOTLAND:
A Military History of Perthshire 1899-1902.
TULLIBARDINE (Marchioness of) Ed. & Comp. & MACDONALD (Jane C.C.) Comp.
A Minstrel in France.
LAUDER (Harry)
A Narrative of Circumstances Attending The Retreat of the British Army Under the Command of the Late Lieut. Gen. Sir John Moore, K.B., With A Concise Account of The Memorable Battle of Corunna, & Subsequent Embarkation of His Majesty's Troops; & A Few Remarks Connected with These Subject, in A Letter Addressed to The Right Honourable Lord Viscount Castlereagh.
MILBURNE (H., RCS, late Surgeon in the Spanish Service)
A Narrative of the Royal Scottish Volunteer Review in Holyrood Park on the Seventh of August 1860.
VERNON (Ernest Ralph)
A Naval Venture: The War Story of an Armoured Cruiser.
JEANS (Fleet Surgeon T.T., RN)
A Nomad Under Arms: The Chronicle of an Artilleryman from 1914 to the Armistice.
ASSHER (Ben) [Pseud. of BORADAILE (Major Colin, MC, RGA)]
A North Sea Diary 1914-1918.
KING-HALL (Comm. Stephen, RN)
A Padre in France.
BIRMINGHAM (G.A.) [Pseud. of HANNAY (Canon)]
A Passionate Prodigality: Fragments of Autobiography.
CHAPMAN (Guy)
A Practical Treatise on the Attack of Military Posts, Villages, Intrenchments, &c. Intended as a Supplement to 'The Defence of Outposts,' with Familiar Explanation on the Principles & Practice of Escalading.
JEBB (J., Capt. in the Corps of Royal Engineers)
A Precis of The King's Regulations & The Manual of Military Law for Officers.
PENDLEBURY (Maj. W.J., late RFA [T] & Staff Capt., Kantara Area, EEF)
A Private in the Guards.
GRAHAM (Stephen)
A Private Memoir of Sir Thomas Fowler, Bart., Born Aug. 12 1868, Killed in Action April 20 1902.
PEASE (Sir Alfred E.)
A Record of D245 Battery 1914-1919.
GEE (Sgt. A.E., MM) & SHAW (Cpl. A.E.)
A Record of D245 Battery 1914-1919.
GEE (Sgt. A.E., MM) & SHAW (Cpl. A.E.)
A Record of Service: No. 1 Battalion (Denbighshire) Home Guard.
WILLIAMS (Lt.-Col. John R.)
A Record of the 203rd Field Company (Cambs.) Royal Engineers 1915-1919.
GIBBS (W.C.)
A Record of the 3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance (Four Lines) Namely: 1/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance; Special Reserve (Category B); 2/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance; 3/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance, during the Great War 1914-1919.
A Regimental Chronicle & List of Officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot.
WALLACE (Capt. N.W., 60th)
A Regimental Surgeon in War & Prison.
DOLBEY (Capt. R.V.)
A Reply to Various Opponents; Particularly to "Strictures on Colonel Napier's History of the War in the Peninsula" together with Observations Illustrating Sir John Moore's Campaigns.
NAPIER (W.F.P., CB, Col., &c.)
A Ride Through Central Asia.
BIGHAM (Clive)
A Rifleman Went to War: Being a Narrative of the author's experiences & observations while with the Canadian Corps in France & Belgium, Sept. 1915-April 1917. With particular emphasis upon the use of the military rifle in sniping.
McBRIDE (Capt. H.W.)
A Rough Sketch of the Field of Waterloo.
ADDISON (Henry R., FSA, late 2nd Dragoon Guards)
A Roumanian Diary.
CAROSSA (Hans)
A Roumanian Diary.
CAROSSA (Hans)
A Rubaiyat of the Trenches.
CANDOLE (Alec de)
A Saga of Scotland: History of the 16th Battalion The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment).
CHALMERS (T.) Ed.
A Scamper Through the Far East Including a Visit to the Manchurian Battlefields.
AUSTIN (Major H.H., CMG, DSO, RE)
A Schoolmaster at War.
REES (Major R.T.)
A Servant of John Company, Being the Recollections of an Indian Official.
KEENE (H.G., CIE)
A Short Diary of the 11th Service Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. 1914-1919.
A Short Historical Sketch of the 6th Vol. Battn. (Prince of Wales' Own) West Yorkshire Regiment.
A Short History of the 16th Gloucestershire (City of Bristol) Battalion Home Guard.
A Short History of the 19th County of London (S.S. Gas Coy.) Bn. Home Guard.
GOULD (Lt.-Col. J.A., MC)
A Short History of the 1st (West African) Infantry Brigade in the Arakan 1944-45.
SWYNNERTON (Brig. C.R.A.)
A Short History of the 1st King's Dragoon Guards from the Regimental Records, Army Despatches & Othe Papers Connected with The History of the Regiment from its Formation in 1685 to 1929.
A Short History of the 20th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps (B.E.L. Pioneers) 1915-1919.
TURBERVILLE (Capt. A.S., MC)
A Short History of the 3rd Hunts Battalion Home Guard 1940-1944.
A Short History of the 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's) 1960-1985.
BROCKBANK (Robin)
A Short History of the Units administered by the Kent Territorial & Auxiliary Forces Association.
A Silver Lining: The Glasgow Highlanders in France.
D. R. M. [i.e., Donald R. McLaren]
A Sketch of the Growth of the Surgery of the Front in France.
BOWLBY (Sir Anthony, KCB, KCMG, KCVO)
A Soldier's Diary of the Great War.
BELL (Capt. D.H., MC)]
A Soldier's Diary of the Great War.
[BELL (Capt. D.H., MC)]
A Soldier's Diary of the Great War.
[BELL (Capt. D.H., MC)]
A Soldier's Diary of the Great War.
[BELL (Capt. D.H., MC)]
A Soldier's Diary of the Great War.
[BELL (Capt. D.H., MC)]
A Soldier's Diary.
SCOTT (Ralph) [Pseud. of ATKINSON (G.S.)]
A Soldier's Diary.
SCOTT (Ralph) [Pseud. of ATKINSON (George Scott)]
A Soldier's Diary: Sidelights on the Great War 1914-1918.
SMITH (Capt. H. Raymond)
A Soldier's Diary: South Africa 1899-1901.
JACKSON (Murray Cosby, Late Sgt., 7th M.I.)
A Soldier's Experience, or A Voice from the Ranks: Showing the Cost of War in Blood & Treasure. A Personal Narrative of the Crimean Campaign, from the Standpoint of the Ranks; The Indian Mutiny, & some of its Atrocities; The Afghan Campaigns of 1863. Slso Sketches of the Lives & Deaths of Sir H. Havelock, KCB, & Capt. Hedley Vicars. Together with Some Things Not Generally Known. By one of the Royal Fusiliers.
GOWING (Sgt. Maj. T.)
A Soldier's Life & Work in South Africa, 1872-1879. A Memoir of the Late Colonel A.W. Durnford, Royal Engineers.
DURNFORD (Lt.-Col. E.)
A Soldier's Memories in Peace and War.
YOUNGHUSBAND (Maj.-Gen. Sir George, KCMG, KCIE &c.)
A Student in Arms: Second Series.
HANKEY (Donald)
A Subaltern in the Field.
MATTHEWS (E.C.., Lt., DCLI)
A Subaltern's Share in the War: Home Letters of the late George Weston Devenish, Lieut. R.A., Attached R.F.C.
A Surgeon in Belgium.
SOUTTAR (H.S.)
A Surgeon in Khaki.
MARTIN (Arthur Anderson)
A Tale of Two Captains.
BAYNES (John) & MACLEAN (Hugh)
A Tour in the Bavarian Alps 1914-1916.
W.G.S.
A Two Years Interlude: France, 1916-1918.
WILSON (Major R.A., DSO, RGA)
A V.A.D. in France.
DENT (Olive)
A War Record of the 21st London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles) 1914-1919.
A Week at Waterloo in 1815.
DE LANCEY (Lady)
A Widow-Making War: The Life & Death of a British Officer in Zululand, 1879.
WHITEHOUSE (Howard) Ed.
A Woman & The War.
WARWICK ([Frances Evelyn] The Countess of)
A Wreath of Memories.
A Yarn of War: Palestine & France 1917-1918.
[BOYD (Capt. E.R.)]
A Year's Campaigning in India, From March, 1857, to Mach, 1858.
MEDLEY (Julius G., Capt., Bengal Engineers)
A Yellow Admiral Remembers.
SMITH (Vice-Adml. Humphrey Hugh, DSO)
A.A.S.F.
GARDNER (Charles)
A.F.V. Recognition. Part 1: British & Allied Turreted A.F.Vs.
Above the War Fronts: A Complete Record of the British Two-Seater Bomber Pilot & Observer Aces, The British Two-Seater Fighter Observer Aces & the Belgian, Italian, Austro-Hungarian & Russian Fighter Aces 1914-1918.
FRANKS (N.) et al.
Achilles at The River Plate.
WATERS (S.D.)
Across Persia.
CRAWSHAY-WILLIAMS (Eliot)
Across the Channel: The Memoirs of Major-General Sir Donald Banks, KCB, DSO, MC, TD.
SMITH (Dawn) Ed.
Actor - Soldier - Poet.
HENDERSON-BLAND (Capt. R.)
Adventures in Mashonaland By Two Hospital Nurses.
BLENNERHASSETT (Rose) & SLEEMAN (Lucy)
Adventures in the Near East 1918-1922.
RAWLINSON (Lt.-Col. A., CMG, CBE, DSO)
Adventures in the Rifle Brigade in the Peninsula, France & the Netherlands from 1809 to 1815.
KINCAID (Capt. Sir John)
Adventures of a Despatch Rider.
WATSON (Capt. W.H.L.)
Adventures of a Despatch Rider.
WATSON (Major W.H.L. [DSO, DCM])
Adventures of War With Cross & Crescent.
GIBBS (Philip) & GRANT (Bernard)
African General Service Medals.
MAGOR (R.B.)
Airborne Engineers: A History of 9 Independent Airborne/Parachute Squadron RE 1948-1984.
GRAY (Fred A.)
Aisne 1914: the Dawn of Trench Warfare.
KENDALL (Paul)
Alarms & Excursions in Arabia.
THOMAS (Bertram)
Alarms & Excursions: Reminiscences of a Soldier.
BRIDGES (Lt.-Gen. Sir Tom)
Alarums and Excursions.
CRAVEN (Arthur Scott) [Pseud. of JAMES (Arthur Keedwell Harvey)]
Albanich: A History of the Galloway Rifle Volunteers.
DEVLIN (Ian)
Alec Rowan Herron. Born July 30th, 1893. Educated at Braeside School, West Kirby, 1902-1905; Gresham's School, Holt, Norfolk, 1905-1911; New College Oxford, 1911-1914. 2nd Lieutenant, King's Royal Rifle Corps, August 15th, 1914, Killed in Action at Givenchy, March 10th, 1915.
Allenby's Final Triumph.
MASSEY (W.T.)
Allenby's War: The Palestine-Arabian Campaigns 1916-1918.
BULLOCK (D.L.)
Allied Military Administration of Italy 1943-1945.
HARRIS (C.R.S.)
Amateur Gunners: The Adventures of an Amateur Soldier in France, Salonika & Palestine in the R.F.A., recording Some of the Exploits of the 2/22nd County of London Howitzer Battery R.F.A. On Active Service.
THORBURN (Capt. A.D., RFA [SR] Retd.)
Amazing Adventure: A Thrilling Naval Biography.
CHATTERTON (E. Keble)
Ambulance No. 10: Personal Letters from the Front.
BUSWELL (Leslie)
Ambushes & Surprises: Being a Description of Some of the Most Famous Instances of the Leading into Ambush & The Surprise of Armies, From the Time of Hannibal, to the Period of the Indian Mutiny.
MALLESON (Col. G.B., CSI)
America's Munitions 1917-1918. Report of Benedict Crowell, The Assistant Secretary of War, Director of Munitions.
CROWELL (Benedict)
Among Horses in Russia.
HAYES (Capt. M.H., FRCVS, late The Buffs)
An Account of the Territorials in Northern Ireland 1947-1978.
GAILEY (Col. I.B.) et al. Comps.
An Admiral Never Forgets: Reminiscences of thirty-seven years on the active list of the Royal Navy.
SMITH (Vice-Adml. Humphrey Hugh, DSO)
An ANZAC's War Diary: The Story of Sergeant Richardson.
BELL (A.D.) Ed.
An Empire Building Battalion: Being a History, with Reminiscences, of the 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers. Formed 1898. Disbanded 1922.
PACKE (Lt.-Col. E.C., DSO, OBE)
An Historical Disquisition Concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients had of India; & the Progres of Trade with that Country prior to the Discovery of the Passage to it by the Cape of Good Hope. With an Appendix containing Observations on the Civil Policy, the Laws & Judicial Proceedings, the Arts, the Sciences, & Religious Institutions of the indians.
ROBERTSON (William, DD, FRS Ed., &c.)
An Infant in Arms: War Letters of a Company Officer 1914-1918.
GREENWELL (Graham H., MC)
An Officer's Letters to His Wife during the Crimean War: With an Introductory Memoir of Gen. Sir Richard Denis Kelly, KCB, by His Daughter.
TAIT (Mrs W.J.)
An Outline of the Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905. Vol. I: Up to & Including the Battle of Liao-Yang.
ROSS (Col. Charles, DSO)
An Outline of the War History of the 240th (1st South Midland: Gloucestershire) Brigade, R.F.A. (T).
GEDYE (F.S.)
An Reisimeid Chataich: The 93rd Sutherland Highlanders now 2nd Bn. The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) 1799-1927.
CAVENDISH (Brig. A.E.J., CMG)
Anatomy of a Raid: Australia at Celtic Wood 9th October 1917.
SPAGNOLY (Tony)
Andrew R. Buxton, The Rifle Brigade. A Memoir.
WOODS (E.S.) Ed.
Angels & Heroes: The Story of a Machine Gunner with the Royal Irish Fusiliers August 1914 to March 1915, As Recorded by Sergeant Hugh Wilson (Medaille Militaire).
MORENO (Amanda) & TRUESDALE (D.)
Anglo-Arab Relations & the Question of Palestine 1914-1921.
TIBAWI (Dr. A.L.)
Anglo-Soviet Relations, 1917-1921. Volume I: Intervention & The War.
ULLMAN (Richard H.)
Anglo-Soviet Relations, 1917-1921. Volume II: Brtain & the Russian Civil War, November 1918-February 1920.
ULLMAN (Richard H.)
Anglo-Soviet Relations, 1917-1921. Volume III: The Anglo-Soviet Accord.
ULLMAN (Richard H.)
Annesley of Surat & his Times: The True Story of the Mythical Wesley Fortune.
WRIGHT (Arnold)
Anthology of Armageddon.
NEWMAN (B.) & EVANS (I.O.)
Anti-Commando.
SAMPSON ([Mr Justice] Victor) & HAMILTON ([Gen. Sir] Ian)
ANZAC Memorial: Published by New South Wales Branch, Returned Soldiers Association in Sydney, Australia, 25th April, 1916.
ANZAC:
Archibald Don: A Memoir.
SAYLE (Charles) Ed.
Arctic War: Norway's Role on the Northern Front.
Ardours & Endurances: Also A Faun's Holiday & Poems & Phantasies.
NICHOLS (Robert)
Arms & the Wizard: Lloyd George & the Ministry of Munitions 1915-1916.
ADAMS (R.J.Q.)
Army & Militia. Annual Report of The Inspector-General of Recruiting for the Year 1901.
Army & Militia. Annual Report of The Inspector-General of Recruiting for the Year 1902.
Army Book 152. Correspondence Book. (Field Service.)
PUCKLE (Lt.-Col. Bruce Hale, DSO, 17th Machine Gun Company).
Army List August 1956.
Army Pay Office, Dover (Not to be Taken Away from the Office.) Notes for Guidance of Staff in Connection with Demoblization & its Rehearsal.
Army Service Corps 1902-1918.
YOUNG (Lt.-Col. Michael)
Arnhem Lift: Diary of a Glider Pilot.
Arras Lens-Douai & the Battles of Artois.
MICHELIN GUIDE:
Arthur Innes Adam 1894-1916: A Record Founded on His Letters.
ADAM (Adela Marion) Comp.
Artillery & Trench Mortar Memories, 32nd Division.
Asia Minor: Bilejik. 1:250,000.
At Close Quarters: A Sidelight on Anglo-American Diplomatic Relations.
MURRAY (Lt.-Col. Hon. Arthur C., CMG, DSO)
At Modder River: A Few Incidences of Mission Work Amongst Soldiers... Whilst Under Fire in South Africa.
At the Supreme War Council.
WRIGHT (Capt. Peter E.)
At Ypres with Best-Dunkley.
FLOYD (Thomas Hope)
Attack: An Infantry Subaltern's Impressions of July 1st 1916.
LIVEING (Lt. E.G.D.)
Aus dem Kriegsgefangenen-Lager Mannheim.
Australia at The Dardanelles 25th April 1915.
Australia in the Great War: The Story Told in Pictures. No. 1.
SMART (H.C.) Ed.
Australia in the War of 1939-1945, Medical Series. Clinical Problems of War
WALKER (Allan S., MD)
Australia in the War of 1939-1945, Medical Series. Vol. II: Middle East & Far East.
WALKER (Allan S., MD)
Australia's Fighting Sons of the Empire: Portraits & Biographies of Australians in the Great War.




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