The 1st Battalions actions during the First World War by Ian CULL and the Reading based team of researchers. This book is illustrated, indexed and for the first time tells the story of this fine battalon. ISBN 0-9540365
This publication follows on from the story of the 1st Battalion, again researched and published by Ian CULL and the team from Reading. The 2nd Battalion came from India fully up to strength and were thrown into the horrors of the Western Front. ISBN 0 7524 3571 X
The author provides an insight into the life of an infantry officer in the British Army from 1835 to 1850; his attitude to people, places and animals
The Wiltshire Regiment 1756-1914. A photographic record covering the Regiments service during this time.
Published by and available from the Museum, this book provides an excellent companion to the transcribed war diary of the 1st Wiltshires, providing the sort of analysis that will be of assistance to those studying the infantry during the Great War and the Wiltshire Regiment in particular.
This book is based on the Journal of Sergeant Fred Mundy DCM for the period his battalion served in the First World War. The Journal covers the time the Battalion was in India 1914 – 1917 and service in Palestine 1917 – 1918
A personal account of action in the First World War, written by Major W S Shepherd MC whilst serving with the 2nd Battalion The Wiltshire Regiment 1914 - 1918.
The long-awaited history of the 5th Wiltshires by Paula Perry. Written in memory of her grandfather, who served in the Battalion throughout the war and survived the experience, and all those who did not survive. This is a thoroughly researched and well illustrated book.
This book records the actions during 1939 - 1946 of many men who because they worked together as a team it also records the activities of a single fighting unit, the 4th Battalion The Wiltshire Regiment and it is also a story of great achievement.
Captain J S McMath privately published this book and has been out of print for some time. Thanks to the work of David Chilton and Sue Johnson the Museum has been able to publish a second edition so that the story of the 5th Battalion The Wiltshire Regiment, particularly the battles on Mount Pincon, The Seine and Cleve are made available to a new generation of researchers.