Geoff Young sets out his account of his Army service during World War 2, spent with the 4th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment. A4 size and illustrated with maps. A tribute to the Battalion and Geoff's Comrades.
Sergeant Rogers Day A booklet telling the story of Sergeant Rogers VC MM, of the 2nd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment
In this touching, deeply personal memoir about fathers and sons, forgiveness and acceptance, and the courage of ordinary men, Chris Tarrant retraces his father’s footsteps to answer the question: ”What did Dad do in The War?”
J H Dunne was a Captain in the 99th (Lanarkshire) Regiment at the time of the Army expedition to Pekin in 1860. His account is of his time with his regiment and on the Staff.
Written and published in 1898 by Major De Winton, this book recounts the period the 99th (Lanarkshire) Regiment travelled to and served in New South Wales in the 1840s. This second edition (2011) reproduces the content of the original, making De Winton's story of that period available today at a reasonable cost.
Two Military Men 'The letters of father and son' 1794 - 1816 is the true story of a father and son, told in extracts from letters preserved in the family for nearly 200 years.
The story of the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire) 1959-1994 by Lieutenant Colonel David Stone. Published 1998.
Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire). A photographic record of the Regiments service between these dates.
An operational photographic diary of the 2 Rifles Battle Group Operational Tour in 2009.
Published in 2005, this is the history of the volunteer soldiers of the Royal Rifle Volunteers, serving now and over the past century.