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F Company 8th Battalion The Rifle Brigade.
Fair copy of journal & extracts from letters from France, 1915-1916, assembled by his Mother in a leather-bound notebook, 230x180mm, plus tipped-in portrait photos. in uniform, press obits. &c., plus several loosely inserted photos. & press cuttings.
Captain Lionel Tudor Wild, "B" Coy., 7th (Service) Bn. Somerset Light Infantry: Killed in Action 30th November 1917 & Commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial to the Missing.
Falklands, Jutland & the Bight.
BINGHAM (Cdr. The Hon. Barry, VC, RN)
Family Quartette.
RAWLINS (Cosmo W.H.)
Fanti & Ashanti: Three Papers Read on Board SS Ambriz on the Voyage to the Gold Coast.
BRACKENBURY (Capt. Henry, RA) & HUYSHE (Capt. G.L.)
Farewell of the 20th Sussex Bn. Home Guard. 3rd December 1944.
Fatehgarh Camp 1777-1857.
WALLACE (C.L., MC, ICS)
Fear, & Be Slain: Adventures by Land, Sea & Air.
SEELY (Gen. Jack)
Field Almanac 1917.
Field Exercise 1862. Pocket Edition. By Authority.
Field Notes on the Belgian, French & German Armies. Prepared by the General Staff, War Office. 1914.
Field Notes on the Belgian, French & German Armies. Prepared by the General Staff, War Office. 1914.
Field Notes on the Belgian, French & German Armies. Prepared by the General Staff, War Office. 1914.
Field Service Regulations Volume I. Organization & Administration. 1930. Reprinted with Amendments (Nos. 1-11) 1939.
Field-Marshal Earl Haig.
[HAIG (FM Sir Douglas)] CHARTERIS (Brig.-Gen. John, CMG, DSO)
Field-Marshal Earl Haig.
HAIG (FM Sir Douglas): CHARTERIS (Brig.-Gen. John, CMG, DSO)
Fields & Battlefields.
31540 [i.e. BAGENAL (Sgt. Hope, DCM]:
Fields of Memory: A Testimony to the Great War.
ROZE (Anne)
Fifteen Rounds a Minute: The Grenadiers at War 1914.
CRASTER (J.M.) Ed.
Fifty Years of Public Service.
GRIFFITHS (Major A., late 63rd Regt.)
Fighter Pilot: A Self Portrait.
BARCLAY (George)
Fighting EOKA: The British Counter-Insurgency Campaign on Cyprus, 1955-1959.
FRENCH (David)
Fighting in Flanders.
POWELL (E. Alexander)
Fighting Tanks: An Account of the Tank Corps in Action 1914-1919.
MURRAY WILSON (G.) Ed.
Fighting Through to Kohima: A Memoir of War in India & Burma.
LOWRY (Michael)
Fighting to the Finish: The Australian Army & The Vietnam War, 1968-1975.
EKINS (Ashley) & MCNEILL (Ian)
Fire Over England: The German Air Raids of WW1.
CASTLE (H.G.)
Fire-Eater: Memoirs of a VC.
POLLARD (Capt. A.O., VC, MC, DCM)
Fire-Power: British Army Weapons & Theories of War 1904-1945.
BIDWELL (Brig. Shelford) & GRAHAM (Dominick)
First In the Indian Skies.
FRANKS (Norman)
Fisher of Kilverstone.
MACKAY (Ruddock F.)
Fisher, Churchill & The Dardanelles.
PENN (G.)
Fisrt Army Intelligence Summary.-No. 286. Saturday, 23rd October, 1915. [Together with:] First Corps Intelligence Summary, 23rd October, 1915.
CHARTERIS (Lt.-Col. John, Gen. Staff, 1st Army)
Fix Bayonets!
THOMASON (Capt. J.W., Jr.)
Flash Spotters & Sound Rangers: How They Lived, Worked & Fought in the Great War.
INNES (John R.)
Flying & Sport in East Africa.
WALMSLEY (Leo)
Flying for France: With the American Escadrille at Verdun.
MCCONNELL (James R.)
Flying Section 17
HEYDEMARCK (Capt. [George Wilhelm] Haupt)
Folkestone During the War: A Record of the Town's Life & Work.
CARLILE (J.C., DD) Ed.
Footslogger: An Autobiography.
HUTCHISON (Lt.-Col. G.S., DSO, MC)
For Dauntless France: An Account of Britain's Aid to the French Wounded & Victims of the War.
BINYON (Laurence)
For Queen and Country.
FARWELL (Byron)
For Remembrance & In Honour of Those who Lost Their Lives in the South African War 1899-1902. Lest We Forget.
GILDEA (Col. Sir James, KCVO, CB)
For the Duration: The Story of the 13th Bn. The Rifle Brigade.
ROWLANDS (D.H.)
For Valour: The History of Southern Africa's Victoria Cross Heroes.
UYS (Ian S.)
Foreign Labor in Nazi Germany.
HOMZE (Edward L.)
Forward with the Fifth: The Story of Five Years' War Service, Fifth Inf. Battalion, A.I.F.
KEOWN (A.W., late 571 Pte. 5th Batt.)
Four Infantrymen on the Western Front 1918.
JOHANNSEN (Ernst)
Four Score Years & Ten: Reminiscences.
BLOOD (Gen. Sir Bindon, GCB, GCVO)
Four Years on the Western Front by a Rifleman: Being the Experiences of a Ranker in the London Rifle Brigade, 4th, 3rd & 56th Divisions.
SMITH (Aubrey M. Bowes-)
Fourth Army Headquarters Memorial to General Lord Rawlinson.
France Overseas: The Great War & the Climax of French Imperial Expansion.
ANDREW (C.M.) & KANYA-FORSTNER (A.S.)
France Sheet 51bNW Ed. 5A 1:20,000.
TRENCH MAP:
France Sheet 51bSE 1:20,000 Ed. 5A (Local).
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France Sheet 51bSE 1:20,000 Ed. 5B.
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France Sheet 51bSW Ed. 2C. 1:20,000.
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France Sheet 57cSW Ed. 4A 1:20,000.
France Sheet 62cSE Ed. 4B (Local). 1:20,000.
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French Replies to Haig.
FRENCH (Maj. The Hon. Gerald, DSO)
From Chauffeur to Brigadier.
BAKER-CARR (Brig.-Gen. C.D., CMG, DSO)
From Chauffeur to Brigadier.
BAKER-CARR (Brig.-Gen. C.D., CMG, DSO)
From Dartmouth to the Dardanelles: A Midshipman's Log Edited by His Mother.
[WELD-FORRESTER (Hon. Mrs C.)]
From Flushing to Bremen: The Fifth Bn. The King's Own Scottish Borderers.
TULLETT (Capt. E.V.)
From Khaki to Cloth: Autobiography.
WATCYN-WILLIAMS (Rev. Morgan, MC)
From Korti to Khartum: A Journal of the Desert March from Korti to Ganat & of the Ascent of the Nile in General Gordon's Steamers.
WILSON (Col. Sir Charles W., KCB, KCMG, RE)
From Mons to Loos: Being the Diary of a Supply Officer.
STEWART (Maj. H.A., DSO, ASC)
From Mons to Ypres with French: A Personal Narrative.
COLEMAN (Frederic)
From Montreal to Vimy Ridge & Beyond: The Correspondence of Lieut. Clifford Almon Wells BA of the 8th Bn. Canadians, BEF, Nov. 1915-April 1917.
WALLACE (O.C.S.) Ed.
From Normandy to the Weser: The War History of the Fourth Battalion the Dorset Regiment, June, 1944-May, 1945.
WATKINS (G.J.B.)
From Ploegsteert to Graudenz: The Story of a Prisoner-of-War.
CUST (L.G.A., Lieut., RFA)
From President to Prison.
OSSENDOWSKI (Ferdinand)
From Rideau to the Rhine & Back: The 6th Field Company & Battalion Canadian Engineers in the Great War.
WEATHERBE (Major K.) Comp.
From the Beaches to the Baltic: The Story of "G" Company 8th Battalion The Rifle Brigade during the Campaign in North-West Europe.
From the Black Mountain to Waziristan: Being an Account of the Border Countries & the More Turbulent of the Tribes Controlled by the North-West Frontier Province, & of our Military Relations with them in the Past.
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB)
From the Dreadnought to Scapa Flow: The Royal Navy in the Fisher Era.
MARDER (Arthur J.)
From the Somme to the Rhine.
ASHMEAD-BARTLETT (Major [H.] S. [H.])
From Vimy Ridge to the Rhine: The Great War Letters of Christopher Stone DSO, MC.
SHEFFIELD (Gary) & INGLIS (G.I.S.) Eds.
From Vimy Ridge to the Rhine: The Great War Letters of Christopher Stone DSO, MC.
SHEFFIELD (Gary) & INGLIS (G.I.S.) Eds.
From Ypres to Loos with the Northumberland Hussars: Diary & Letters of the Late Frank Leonard Cunningham, Grad. Inst. Mech. Eng. While on Active Service in Belgium and France 1914-1915.
CUNNINGHAM (J.T.) Ed.
Frontier Scouts.
PETTIGREW (Col. H.R.C.)
Fusilier Bluff: The Experiences of an Unprofessional Soldier in the Near East.
[VULLIAMY (Colwyn Edward)]
Fusilier Bluff: The Experiences of an Unprofessional Soldier in the Near East.
[VULLIAMY (Colwyn Edward)]


 

 



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