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Nancy et Le Grand Vouronne
MICHELIN GUIDE:
Napoleon & Waterloo: The Emperor's campaign with the armee du Nord 1815.
BECKE (Major A.F.)
Narrative of the 502 (Wessex) Field Company Royal Engineers 1915-1919.
FOX (Major C.L., MC, RE)
Narrative of the 5th Divisional Artillery 1914-1918.
HUSSEY (Brig.-Gen. A.H., CB, CMG)
Naval Warfare: Its Ruling, Principles & Practice Historically Treated.
COLOMB (Rear-Adml. P.H.)
Neill's "Blue Caps" Vol. I: 1639-1826; Vol. II: 1826-1914; Vol. III: 1914-1922.
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB)
Neill's "Blue Caps" Vol. III: 1914-1922.
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB)
Neuville Vitasse. Sheet 51bSW1. Edition 5. 1:10,000.
TRENCH MAP:
Nigerian Sketches.
HAIG (E.F.G.)
No Easy Hope or Lies: The WW1 Letters of Lt. Arthur Preston White, 1st Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment 1914-1918.
HAMMERSON (M.) Ed.
No. 2 Mechanical Equipment (Transportation) Units Royal Engineers: D Day to VE Day.
No. 593556 Rfn. Henry Nicholls, 18th Bn. London Regiment (The Lonon Irish Rifles).
North of Scotland Bank Limited War Record 1914-1918.
Notes & Comments on the Dardanelles Campaign.
KEARSEY (Lt.-Col. A., DSO, OBE)
Notes from the Front Part II. Collated by the General Staff.
Notes from the Front Part II. Collated by the General Staff.
Notes on Elementary Field Training, Part I: Including The Attack; The Defence & Trench Making; Outposts [together with:] Part II: Including The Uses of the Entrenching Tool; Notes on Advanced, Rear & Flank Guards; Economy of Ammuinition; Wood Fighting; The Use of Cover.
GRENADIER
Notes on G.S.G.S. Maps of France, Belgium & Holland. December 1943.
Notes on Gunnery.
Notes on the Ammunition for Q.F. 13-PR. Q.F. 18-PR. Q.F. 4.5-Inch Howitzer. Ordnance College. 1915.
Notes on the Battle of Waterloo.
KENNEDY (Gen. Sir James S., KCB)
Notes on the Operations of the British Expeditionary Force, August 22nd to September 9th, 1914.
MOORE (Capt. W., HLI Reserve of Officers)
Notes on the Technical Reconnaissance of an Artillery Position & the Training of the Headquarters of a Battery.
Nothing of Importance: A Record of Eight Months at the Front with a Welsh Battalion.
ADAMS (Bernard)




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