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Series: Famous Regiments

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The 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) by Michael Brander
The 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) by Michael Brander
11th Hussars (Famous Regiments) by Richard Brett-Smith
16th/5th the Queen's Royal Lancers by James Lunt
The 17/21st Lancers: 1759-1993 by R. L. V. Ffrench Blake
The 17th/21st Lancers by R. L. V. Ffrench Blake
The 7th Queen's Own Hussars (Famous regiments) by J.M. Brereton
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (the 91st and 93rd Highlanders) by Douglas Sutherland
The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (the 16th Regiment of Foot), by George William Howard Peters
The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)(the 42nd Regiment of Foot) by Philip Howard
Britain's Brigade of Gurkhas; the 2nd K.E.O. Goorkha Rifles, the 6th Q.E.O. Gurkha Rifles, the 7th D.E.O. Gurkha Rifles and the 10th P.M.O. Gurkha Rifles by Ed Smith
The Buffs by Gregory Blaxland
The Dorset Regiment: the 39th/54th Regiment of Foot by Hugh Popham
The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry: (The 32nd and 46th Regiments of Foot) (Famous regiments) by Robert Frederick Kinglake Goldsmith
Duke of Wellington's Regiment (Famous Regts. S) by James Lunt
The Durham Light Infantry by William Moore
East Surrey Regiment (Famous Regiments) by Michael Langley
The East Yorkshire Regiment by A. J. Barker
The Gordon Highlanders by Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson
Green Howards (A Leo Cooper book) by Geoffrey Powell
The Grenadier Guards (the First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards), (Famous regiments) by R. H. Whitworth
The Highland Light Infantry by L. B. Oatts
Highland Light Infantry. Famous Regiment Series. by L.B. Oatts
The King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) (The 4th Regiment of Foot) by Howard Green
The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry: (the 51st and 105th Regiments of Foot) (Famous regiments) by Leonard Cooper
The King's Royal Rifle Corps by Herbert Fairlie Wood
The King's Shropshire Light Infantry (The 53rd/85th Regiment of Foot) by J. R. B Moulsdale
The Lancashire Fusiliers: (the 20th Regiment of Foot) by Cyril Ray
The Life Guards (Famous regiments) by R. J. T. Hills
The Loyal Regiment by Michael Langley
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire): (The 47th and 81st Regiments of Foot) (Famous regiments) by Michael Langley
The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) (The 57th and 77th of foot) by Gregory Blaxland
The North Staffordshire Regiment. (The Prince of Wale's). (The 64th/98th Regiment of Foot). by Hugh Cook
The Northamptonshire Regiment; (the 48th/58th Regiment of Foot) by Michael Barthorp
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (The 43rd/52nd Regiment of Foot) by Philip Booth
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry by Jeffery Williams
Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps (Famous regiments) by Juliet Piggott
The Queen's Own Buffs, the Royal Kent Regiment, 3rd, 50th and 97th of Foot by Gregory Blaxland
The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment, the Dirty Half-Hundred (the 50th/97th Regiment of Foot) by Roger Holloway
The Queens Royal Regiment by Jock Haswell
The Recollections of Rifleman Bowlby by Alex Bowlby
The Red Devils: From Bruneval to the Falklands (Famous Regiments) by G. G. Norton
Rhodesian African Rifles (Famous Regiments S.) by Christopher Owen
The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) by Basil Harvey
The Rip (Famous regiments) by Robert Drewe
The Royal Army Medical Corps by Redmond McLaughlin
The Royal Army Service Corps (Famous Regiments) by Graeme Crew
Royal Berkshire Regiment. Famous Regiment Series. by Frederick Myatt
Royal Dragoons, The (Famous Regts. S) by Reginald John Taylor Hills
The Royal Engineers by Derek Boyd
Royal Flying Corps (per ardua ad astra) by Sir Robert Thompson
The Royal Fusiliers(The 7th Regiment of Foot) (Famous regiments series) by Michael Foss
The Royal Hampshire Regiment (37th/67th Regiments of Foot) by Alan Wykes
The Royal Horse Artillery by Shelford Bidwell
The Royal Horse Guards: (The Blues), (Famous regiments) by R. J. T. Hills
The Royal Irish Fusiliers (the 87th and 89th Regiments of Foot) by Henry Harris
The Royal Marines by J. L. Moulton
The Royal Norfolk Regiment (Famous Regiments) by Tim Carew
The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (the 5th Regiment of Foot) by Basil Peacock
Royal Scots (Famous Regiments) by Michael Brander
The Royal Scots Greys: (the 2nd Dragoons) by Michael Blacklock
The Royal Tank Regiment by Kenneth Chadwick
The Scots Guards (the 3rd Guards) by Anthony Goodinge
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert’s) (the 13th Regiment of Foot) by Hugh Popham
The South Wales Borderers by Jack Adams
The Suffolk Regiment (the 12th Regiment of Foot) by Guthrie Moir
Ten Commando, 1942-1945 by Ian Dear
The Welsh Guards by John Retallack
The West Yorkshire Regiment by A. J. Barker
Wiltshire Regiment (Famous Regts. S) by Tom Gibson
The Women's Royal Army Corps by Shelford Bidwell
The Worcestershire Regiment: (the 29th and 36th Regiments of Foot), (Famous regiments) by Sir Richard Gale
The York and Lancaster Regiment: (65th and 84th Regiments of Foot) (Famous regiments) by Donald Creighton-Williamson

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