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Author: John Coates
Second edition (reprinted with corrections)
A Photographic History of the Dedication Weekend
Compilers: Jack Thurgar and Richard Crothers
Author: Arthur Page
An Australian interrogator in the war against Japan
A Short History of The King's Own Scottish Borderers
1689 to 1971
Author: Brigadier FH Coutts, OBE (Colonel of the Regiment)
History of the First Contingent of New Zealand Mounted Rifles in the Boer War 1899-1902, followed by a description of each member.
Author: Richard Stowers
Medical Aspects of Australia's Involvement in Southeast Asian Conflicts 1950-1972
Author: Brendan O'Keefe with FB Smith
An autobiographical treatment of 5 years in the French Foreign Legion
Author: Colin John
1572-1782 Volume 2
Author: James Ferguson (ed)
12 monthly issues for 1954 collected in hardcover binding
12 monthly issues for 1955 collected in hardcover binding
12 monthly issues for 1956 collected in hardcover binding
Author: Peter Pederson
Retraces steps of the ANZACS since 1915, including Gallipoli, Hamel, the Kokoda Trail, Long Tan & modern-day conflicts. Describes how the Anzacs developed out of the small militia units of the Boer War.
Author: Edwin Erich Dwinger
Translator: Ian FD Morrow
Author: Roman Garby-Czerniawski
After the fall of Poland Garby-Czerniawski made his way to France and, posing as a Frenchman, eventually got together a band of kindred spirits to collect information on German military formations, installations etc.
SIPRI Chemical and Biological Warfare Studies No. 16
Editors: Thomas Stock and Karlheinz Lohs
Authors: D W Ronald and R J Carter
The Longmoor Military Railway, for many years regarded by thousands of military railwaymen as their home, closed in 1969. This book tells the story of this unique railway.