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An Index to the Seventy-six Issues of the Journal of the

International Society of Military Collectors

 Compiled by

Allan D. Satin

  Cincinnati: the Author, 1988

 My thanks to

My wife Irene and to

Peter Harrington, assistant curator of the Anne S.K. Brown

Military Collection for his assistance and encouragement

   

INTRODUCTION

 

     Tradition Index is an author and subject index to the

seventy-six issues of Tradition, the journal of the International

Society of Military Collectors.

 

GENERAL FORMAT

     Articles are listed under the names of their authors and

under one or more subjects as appropriate. Headings are in upper

case letters. Arrangement of the items under each heading is

alphabetical by title. Locations of the articles are given in

the form number of the issue : page number of spread of numbers

(e.g. 12:3-5, issue number twelve, pages three through five).

If an article appears in parts in more than one issue, the

citation will look like the following: 12:3-5 ; 13:7-9.

 

WARS AND BATTLES

     Material relating to a particular war of battle is entered

under the name of that war or battle. Items related to a war or

battle from the point of view primarily of one participating side

are entered under the name of that country only and not under

both participating countries. Therefore, to see the full range

of material indexed  relating to a particular conflict, see the

heading for that war or battle.

 

NATIONAL ENTRIES

     Items on any aspect of the armed forces of particular

countries are entered under the names of the respective

countries. The items listed under each country are subdivided by

time period and by the names of individual units or branches of

the service as appropriate. Individual regiments are not listed

independently by their names but are entered under their country

and branch of the service. For example, the article “Uniforms of

the Royal Fuzileers (or the 7th Regt. of Foot) 1802-15” can be

found under the heading GREAT BRITAIN, -1793-1815, --Infantry.

7th (Royal Fuzileers) Regt.

     Items which cover a period of an army’s or unit’s history

not restricted to any one of the chronological periods listed

under that country’s name are given in a “General” section at the

beginning of each country’s listing.

     German and Italian state forces are listed under the names

of the individual states for articles dealing with those forces

before the unifications of Germany and Italy. Since the

structure of the German army under the Empire maintained the

existence of the state forces up to 1918 these forces continue to

be entered under the names of the states up to that time. Items

on forces under imperial jurisdiction or covering the entire

German army are listed under GERMANY, -1871-1918.

     Forces of states of the United States and provinces of

British India are listed under UNITED STATES and INDIA

respectively followed by the geographic subdivision (e.g. 54th

Mass. infantry: UNITED STATES, -1861-1865. –Massachusetts.

Infantry, 54th Regt.).

 

BOOK REVIEWS

     Books reviewed in Tradition are entered under the names of

their authors and under one or more appropriate subjects. They

are listed by author followed by the underlined title. Full

bibliographic information on the books reviewed is given only

under the authors’ names.

 

PLATES

     Plates appearing in the center of each issue and some

illustrations on the cover and in the text not created for the

magazine are entered under the names of their artists and/or

their publishers as well as under appropriate subjects. Full

bibliographic information of the original publication (full

title, imprint, plate number) is given only under the artist

and/or publisher. Under subject entries, plates are listed by

the titles given them in Tradition with the artist or publisher

and short title of the original source appearing in [] following

the Tradition issue number.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES

     Works cited for the identification of previously published

plates are (listed by the abbreviations used in the index):

 

     Colas

           Colas, Rene. Bibliographie general du costume et de la

             mode. New York: Hacker Art Books, 1963.

 

     Lipperheide

           Katalog der Freiherrlich von Lipperhaideschen

             Kostumbibliothek. New York: Hacker Art Books, 1963.

 

     Ogilby

           Index to British Military Costume Prints 1500-1914.

             London: Army Museum’s Ogilby Trust, 1972.

 

 

A

 

ABBOTT. P.E.

   British Gallantry Awards. with J.M.A. Tamplin. London: Seaby,

1971. 56:38

   Dress of the Royal Artillery. 18:8-13

ABENAKI INDIANS

   Abenaki Indians and French Canadians, c. 1750. 26:12-13

ABYSSINIAN WAR (1867-1868)

   Myatt, Frederick. The March to Magdala. 51:39

ACKERMANN, RUDOLPH

   Costumes of the British Army. London: R. Ackermann, 1840-54.

(Ogilby #5).

  33. Royal Foot Artillery, officers-dress and undress. 18:11

   Costumes of the British Army. London: R. Ackermann, 1851-52.

(Ogilby #15).

  1. 16th Lancers. 39:cover

   Costumes of the Indian Army. London: R. Ackermann, 1844-49.

(Ogilby #8).

  3. Officer in review order, 1st Regiment, Madras Light

     Cavalry. 6:12

  5. Madras Horse Artillery, officer in full dress. 44:cover

  7. Nizam’s Army (3rd Cavalry). Native officer in full

     dress. 42:29

  9. Nizam’s Army (3rd Cavalry). Sowar in full dress. 42:30

 29. Bengal Presidency, officer of the Bundlecund Legion in

     review order. 19:9 ; 76:cover

   Lieutenant General the Hon. Henry Beauchamp Lygon, Col. of the

10th Hussars. Engraved by J. Harris after H. de Daubrawa.

1843. (Ogilby #1137). 42:cover

ADAM, VICTOR

   Collection des costumes militaries, armee francaise 1832.

Paris: Dero Becker, [1840]. (Colas #34)

  9. Carabiniers. 61:plate

 25. Etat major de la Garde nationale. 62:plate

 27. Infanterie lagere. 62:plate

 29. Officer superieure des chasseurs, trompette, et soldat

     61:plate

ADAMS, JACK. the South Wales Borderers. London: Leo Cooper,

   1968. (Famous Regiments series). 58:38

ADAMS REVOLVERRS

   Interesting guns-Adams revolvers. I. 36:24-25 ; II. 37:28-29 ;

letter on 42:40 ; response 44:40

ADAMSON, STEPHEN W.

   Letter on Knights Templars and Knights Hospitallers. 26:36

ADEN

   End of an era. 25:2

   Irish Guards MC. 27:2

AFGHAN WAR, 1st (1839-1842)

   Burnes, Alexander. Cabool. 71:39

   Macrory, Patrick. Signal Catastrophe. 15:6

   Sale, Lady. the First Afghan War. 31:30

   Tigers of India. 76:30-32

   see also GHUZNEE, BATTLE OF (21 July 1839)

 

 

 

AFGHAN WAR, 1st (con’t.)

 

   see also JELLALABAD, SIEGE OF (1842)

AFGHAN WAR, 2nd (1878-1880)

   5th Goorkha Regiment, Peiwar Kotal. 45:cover

   Gurkha native officer, service dress, Afghan War. 54:plate

   see also MAIWAND, BATTLE OF (27 July 1880)

AFGHAN WAR, 3rd (1919)

   Bitter road. I. 65:21-23,28,letter on 69:39 ; II. 66:2-4,10

AFGHANISTAN

   Elphinstone, Mountstuart. An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul.

42:38

After the Battle. London: Battle of Britain Prints International.

   72:40

AFV Weapons Profile-Panzerkampfwagen IV. Windsor: Profile Pub-

   lications. 62:37

AGINCOURT, BATTLE OF (25 Oct. 1415)

   Nicolas, Nicholas Harris. History of the Battle of Agincourt.

52:38-39

AHLING, ANDERS B.

   the First Swedish hussars. 63:30-32

AIDES-DE-CAMP. see STAFF OFFICERS

AIRCRAFT AND AIR WARFARE

   Bender, Roger James. Air Organization of the Third Reich: the

Luftwaffe. 70:39

   Biplane of 1914-18. 14:3

   German naval airship service 1914-1918. 59:26-27

   Revie, Alastair. The Lost Command. 66:38

   Verrier, Anthony. The Bomber Offensive. 27:34

AIRLIE (Lords)

   Ghostly drummer. 19:4

ALAVA, MIQUEL DE (1774-1843)

   Spanish account [of Waterloo]. 9:15-17

ALBANIA

   Albanian troops in the service of Naples. 57:22-25

ALCHESTER (ENGLAND)

   Forgotten fight? 7:6

ALENAULT, A.C.

   Letter on background of Russian campaign of 1812. 21:39 ; reply

23:35-36

ALEXANDER I (RUSSIA) (1777-1825?)

   Czar Alexander I of Russia in the uniform of the Chevalier

Guards, c. 1825. 18:cover

ALEXANDER, H.L.

   Letter on technical troops in French revolutionary and

Napoleonic armies. 64:40

ALEXANDER, HAROLD (1891-1969)

   Jackson, W.G.F. Alexander of Tunis as Military Commander.

61:38

ALFONSO VIII (CASTILE) (1155-1214)

   Iron laughter in Andalus. I. 33:22-23 ; II. 34:15-16,28; III.

35:28-29,31-32 ; IV. 36;26-28

   Johnson, David. A Candle in Aragon. 39:39

ALFRED the GREAT (WESSEX) (849-899)

   Johnson, David. Alfred the Great. London: Jackdaw, 1969. 36:36

ALMA, BATTLE OF THE (20 SEPT. 1854)

   Battle of the Alma: a letter from Hugh Annesley. 38:36-37

 

 


ALMA, BATTLE OF THE (20 Sept. 1854) (con’t.)

 

   Harris, Henry. The Alma 1854. 60;34

   Letters from British soldiers. 28:9-11

   Lord Raglan’s despatch. 28:5-8

   Marshal de St. Arnaud’s despatch. 28:8-9

   Prince Menschikoff’s report of the battle of the Alma. 39:37

   Sir Colin Campbell to the Highland Brigade. 44:34

ALMACK, EDWARD. Regimental Badges Worn In the British Army One

   Hundred Years Ago. Reprint of 1900 original. London: Frederick

   Muller, 1970. 41:36

ALMANERA, BATTLE OF (26 JULY 1710)

   Charge of Pepper’s Dragoons. 26:9

ALTEN, CHARLES (1764-1840)

   Hanoverian account [of Waterloo]. 9:14,17

AMALGAMATION

   Amalgamation. 16:1

   Amis de Napoleon III. 21:3

   Blaxland, Gregory. The Regiments Depart. 56:35

   Dismounted mounted regiment. 22:4

   Medical amalgamation. 25:3

   Queen’s Regiment. 19:5

   Register of the Regiments and Corps of the British Army.

75:39

   Territorial decoration. 22:5

AMATEUR, the

   Weapon collecting. 43:32-33,35 ; letter on 49:39

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR (1861-1865)

   Captain Sally L. Tompkins, CSA. 13:7

   Civil War Times Illustrated. 11:39

   Confederate States of America 1861. 41:8-9

   Confederate States of America: 4th Texas Volunteer Infantry

Regiment, 1861. 39:16-17

   Evolution of the Confederate uniform. 16:14-16

   54th Massachusetts Volunteers of African Descent. 72:5-7

   General John Hunt Morgan’s Indiana-Ohio raid. I. 55:26-29,33 ;

II. 56:30-33 ; III. 57:13,15 ; letter on 59:40

   Jeb Stuart rides again. 15:4

   Johnson, David. American Civil War. 59:39

   Letter on northernmost action of the war. 59:40

   Marshall-Cornwall, James. Grant as Military Commander. 44:39

   Old battery. 55:2-5

   Regiment that saved Washington, the 7th New York National

Guard in 1861. 38:12-14,29

   Selby, John. The Iron Brigade. 59:39

   Selby, John. The Stonewall Brigade. 57:36

   Selby, John. Stonewall Jackson as Military Commander. 26:25

   Thompson, Henry Yates. An Englishman in the American Civil War.

59:35

   Union army, 1861. I. Intro. 63:12-15 ; II. Artillery. 64:21-28,

letters on 68:39, 71:40 ; III. Cavalry. 65:12-17 ; IV. In-

fantry. 66:14-20, letter on 69:39-40

   see also ATLANTA, BATTLE OF (22 JULY 1864)

   see also BULL RUN, 1st BATTLE OF (21 July 1861)

   see also CHANCELLORSVILLE, BATTLE OF (1-6 MAY 1863)

AMERICAN INDIANS. see ABENAKI INDIANS ; IROQUOIS INDIANS

American Revolution. London: Jackdaw. 42:38-39

 

 

 

AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR (1775-1783)

 

AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR (1775-1783)

   America, U.S., pre 1779 infantry and artillery. 23:plate

   American marines during the Revolution. 54:40

   American Revolution. 42:38-39

   American War of Independence. 49:24-25

   American War of Independence 1775-1782, some notes on the

formation and movement of German mercenary troops. 2:28-29;

letter on 5:30 ; reply 8;38

   Berg, Fred Anderson. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units.

63:35

   Coggins, Jack. Ships and Seaman of the American Revolution.

39:39

   Corps of Light Infantry. 39:36

   Corps of sappers and miners, Continental Army 1780. 69:33

   First New York Regiment 1782. 35:21

   German regiment in America 1776-1783. 69:14-15

   Katcher, Philip R.N. Encyclopedia of British, Provincial, and

      German Army Units 1775-1783. 70:39

   Klinger, Robert Lee. Sketch Book 76. 22:36

   Lauzun Legion in America 1780-83. 68:2-7

   Lefferts, Charles M. Uniforms of the American, British, French

and German Armies in the War of the American Revolution.

62:32

   Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton. 4:12

   Loyalist volunteer units in the American Revolution. 5:31

   Neumann, George C. Swords and Blades of the American Revolu-

tion. 72:38-39

   Pearson, Michael. Those Damned Rebels. 63:34

   Peterson, Harold. L. The Book of the Continental Soldier.

27:3

   71st Regiment of Foot, Virginia 1781. 49:11

   Stars and Stripes 1777. 16:10

   see also GIBRALTAR, SIEGE OF (1779-1783)

SARATOGA, BATTLE OF (1777)

Ancient Art of Warfare. edited by Jacques Bourdet. London:

   Barrie and Rockliff, 1966. 33:30

ANCIENT PERIOD

   Bronze age weapons. 22:4

   Forgotten fight? 7:6

   Imperial Roman legions. I. 41:10-15 ; II. 42:14-17 ; III.

43:15-16 ; IV. 46:25-28

   Roman army. 8:6-8, 26

   Roman Wroxeter. 5:23

   Slingshot. Society of Ancients. 40:40

ANDERS, A.

   Uniforms of the Royal Fuzileers 1802-1815. 1:20-21

ANDERSON, DOUGLAS N.

   Bugle major, 1st battalion Highland Light Infantry. 33:cover

   Scots in Uniform. Edinburgh: Holmes McDougall, 1972. 65:36

ANDERSON, R.B.

   Royal Scots Greys: a history of the band and their

uniform. I. 38:2-9 ; II. 39:18-20

ANDREWS, R.B.

Letter on Tradition. 25:36
ANDRIETTE, EUGENE A.

 

ANDRIETTE, EUGENE A. Devon and Exeter in the Civil War. Newton

   Abbott: David and Charles, 1971. 62:35-36

ANGLESEY, MARQUIS OF, HENRY WILLIAM PAGET (1768-1854)

   Marquess of Anglesey. 10:16-19

   Officer of the 7th Hussars 1808. 15:27

   Sangfroid epatant d’un milor anglais. 9:38-39

ANGOLIA, JOHN R. Swords of Hitler’s Third Reich. Southend-on-

   Sea: F. Stephens, 1969. 38:38 ; 39:38

ANNESLEY, HUGH

   Battle of the Alma, a letter from Hugh Annesley. 38:36-37

“ANNIE LAURIE” (SONG)

   Annie Laurie. 19:3

ANNIS, P.G.W. Naval Swords. London: Arms & Armour. 46:38

ANNIVERSARIES

   Amis de Napoleon III. 21:3

   Anniversary of the battle of Marston Moor. 17:3

   Captain Cook. 17:5

   Centenaries 1967. 20:10

   50th anniversary of Jutland. 19:5

   50th anniversary [of the Welsh Guards]. 11:37

   Half century. 30:25

   Marshal Petain. 18:7

   Royal Artillery’s 250th anniversary. 15:11

   Somme 50 years later. 18:5

   25th anniversary of the RAF regiment. 21:3

ANTIWAR MOVEMENTS

As other see us.18:6

ARCHER,LAURENCE V.

   Death’s Head Hussars. I. 1741-1808. 15:20-23 ; II. 1808-14.

     17:33-37 ; letter on 25:36

   Development of armour during the Hundred Years War.

      I. 7:34-36, errata 8:4 ; II. 1340-1410. 8:34-36 ; III. 1410-

 1430. 10:6-8, 11

   Letters on Simkin, Richard. British Yeomanry Uniforms. London:

     Frederick Muller, 1971.

     Response to Barlow and Smith critique of Simkin (60:39-40 ;

  61:39-40). 62:39

Response to his letter (62:39) by Barlow and Smith. 62:39-40

Response to Barlow and Smith (62:39-40). 63:40

Response to his letter (63:40) by Barlow. 66:40

Prussia 1845. Officer of the Guard Hussar Regiment. 13:25

Some famous crests of the 14th and 15th centuries. 2:7

Wachtmeister of the Guard Hussar Regiment. 5:11

ARDAGH, JOHN CHARLES (1840-1907)

[Photo]. 40:17

ARGENTINA

-General

--Infantry. 1st Regiment.

  First infantry regiment ‘Patricios’ Argentinian army

    1806-1971. 58:2-3,27

   -1806-1825

Argentinian army 1813. 67:2-4

Some Argentine uniforms. 76:2-3

--Cavalry. Cuerpo de Guias de Caballeria.

  Argentine army 1814-1819. 74:32-33

 

 

ARGENTINA, -1806-1825 (con’t.)

 

--Cavalry. Escuadron de Husares de la Guardia.

  Argentine army 1814-1819. 74:32-33

   - 1826-1850

 Argentinian army, 1826. 70:21-23

--Cavalry. 16th Regiment

  16th Regiment of Lancers, Argentine Republic, 1826.

    62:16-17

--Militia. Cavalry. Colorados de las Conchas

  Colorados de las Conchos, militia cavalry, Argentine

    army, 1826. 65:26-27

   -1850-1914

--Cavalry. 9th Regiment

  9th Cavalry Regiment, Argentinian Army 1900. 68:8-9

ARIES, CHRISTIAN AND MICHEL PETARD. Armes blanches militaries

   francaises. Paris: Librairie Pierre Petitot, 1966-. 27;3 ;

   Vol. 7 & 8. 30:24 ; Vols. 9 & 10. 44:37 ; Vols. 11 & 12. 51:37;

   Vols. 13 & 14. 55:34 ; Vol. 15. 56:34-35 ; Vol. 16. 61:34-35 ;

   Vol. 17. 62:34-35 ; Vol. 18. 64:36-37 ; Vol. 19. 66:36-37 ;

   Vol. 20. 70:36-37

ARLANDSON, ROBERT A.

   Letter on Tradition. 4:32

Armamentaria. Leyden: Nederlands Leger en Wapenmuseum ‘General

   Hoefer.’ Vol. 5. 52:38 ; Vol. 6. 60:35, letter on this review

   62:40 ; Vol. 7. 68:34

ARMESTO, FELIPE

   Letter in response to letter on background of Russian campaign

of 1812 (21:39). 23:35-36

Armies and Weapons. Shepperton: Ian Allan. 64:38

Armies of Today. New York: Harper, 1893.

“Old grenadier” [Russian] (a drawing from). 72:33

ARMOR

   Ashdown, Charles Henry. British and Continental Arms and

Armour. 52:39

   Brook-Little, John. Knights of the Middle Ages. 18:22

   Cimarelli, Aldo. Arms and Armour of the Age of Chivalry.

75:38

   Development of armour during the Hundred Years War.

I. 7:34-36, errata 8:4 ; II. 1340-1410. 8:34-36 ; III. 1410-

1430. 10:6-8, 11

   European arms and armour. 16:2-4

   French armour, c. 1280. 13:33

   Hewitt, John. Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe. 16:25 ;

24:23

   Journal of the Arms and Armour Society. 46:37

   Kelly, Francis M. And Randolph Schwabe. History of Costume and

Armour 1066-1800. 65:33

   Martin, Paul. Armour and Weapons. 30:24

   Nickel, Helmut. Arms and Armour Through the Ages. 59:36

   Stone, George Cameron. A Glossary of the Construction and Use

of Arms and Armour In All Countries and All Times. 18:22

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Antique Arms and Armour. 68:35

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Let’s Look at Arms and Armour. 26:30

   see also CRESTS

Armored Fighting Vehicles of the World. Vol. 3 Bristish and

   Commonwealth AFV’s 1940-46. Windsor: Profile Pub. 62:37

 

 

 

ARMORED VEHICLES

 

ARMORED VEHICLES

   AFV Weapons Profile-Panzerkampfwagen IV. 62:37

   Armored Fighting Vehicles of the World. Vol.3 British and

Commonwealth AFV’s 1940-46. 62:37

   Bradford, George and Len Morgan. 50 Famous Tanks. 29:18

   Foss, Christopher. Armoured Fighting Vehicles of the World.

58:37

   Icks, Robert J. Famous Tank Battles. 68:35

   Johnson, Harold E. Tank Data 3. 67:35

   Layriz, Otfried. Mechanical Traction in War. 70:36

   Macksey, Kenneth. Tank Warfare-a History of Tanks in Battle.

61:38

   Perrett, Bryan. NATO Armour. 58:37

   White, B.T. Tanks and Other Armoured Fighting Vehicles. 1900-

1918. 47:36

   White, B.T. Tanks and Other Armoured Fighting Vehicles of the

Blitzkrieg Era, 1939-41. 64:35-36

   Woollcombe, Robert. the First Tank Battle. 24:13

ARMY OF THE ANDES

   Liberation Army of the Andes. 60:11-15

   Squadron of mounted chasseurs of the Andean Liberation

Army, 1817-1821. 71:10-11

ARNOVITS, R. MICHAEL

   Letter on Seven Years War war games. 29:40

ARNULF (PRINCE OF BAVARIA)

   [Portrait]. 75:cover

ARTHUR, King

   Camelot. 21:2

   Camelot. 17:3

ARTILLERY

   “A” battery R.H.A. 68:plate [Simkin. Simkin’s Our Army]

   Ammunition expenditure. 27:2 ; letter on 34:40

   Artillery: Its Origin, Heyday, and Decline. 47:38

   British artillery, Egypt 1882. I. 26:20-23 ; II. 27:17-22

   British foot artillery 1815. 42:26-26,31

   British Royal Horse Artillery 1815. 31:plate

   British Royal Regiment of Artillery in the Waterloo campaign.

I. 18:23-28,33 ; II. 19:6-8,25 ; III. 20:18-20

   Camel artillery of the Persian army, 1853. 37:30-31

   Campbell, D. Alastair. The Dress of the Royal Artillery. 61:33

   Carman, W.Y. Louis Napoleon on Artillery. 21:4

   Dress of the Royal Artillery. 18:8-13

   French artillery. 51:2-5,35

   French artillery officer, 1722. 32:32-33

   French foot artillery 1812-1815. 58:cover,30-31

   French guns in Lisbon. 10:15

   Gunners notice! 26:3

   Guns of Senarmont. 41:28-29 ; letter on 44:40

   Guns of Senarmont in Spain. 46:34-35

   Horses and guns. 18:7

   Hughes, B.P. the Bengal Horse Artillery 1800-61. 57:35

   Hughes, B.P. British Smoothbore Artillery. 42:36

   Imperial Guard horse artillery 1800-15. 15:cover,2 ; 31:plate

   Indian mountain artillery 1849-1939. I. 48:24-26 ; II. 49:2-5 ;

III. 51:16-19

 

 

 

ARTILLERY (con’t.)

 

   Italy, capt. of artillery, 1864. 75:20,plate

   Italy, capt., horse artillery, 1864. 75:20,plate

   Jobe, Joseph. Guns 58:36

   Letter on fire control equipment in World War I. 46:40

   Letter on organization of Royal Artillery. 47:40

   Letter on Royal Horse Artillery. 1:26 ; reply 2:30

   Letter on Royal Horse Artillery uniform in Egypt, 1882. 13:40

   Letter on 13 and 16 pounders. 32:36

   Not solely to attend cavalry. 17:8-13,37

   Peterson, Harold L. Round Shot and Rammers. 36:38-39

   Ranges. 19:5

   Royal Artillery exhibition. 16:34

   Royal Artilley Horse Brigade-Marching order. 56:plate

[Spooner, William. The British Army]

   Royal Artillery Horse Brigade-Review order. 53:plate [Spooner,

William. The British Army]

   Royal Artillery’s 250th anniversary. 15:11

   Russia-1st Life Gd. Art. Brid., gunnners. 41:plate [ Federov &

Bielousov. Collection des uniformes]

   Russia-1st Life Gd. Art. Brig., officers. 41:plate [Federov &

Bielousov. Collection des uniformes]

   Uniforms and equipment of the Russian artillery in Asia, 1890.

57:21

   Uniforms of the Royal Artillery, 16:30-31

ASHDOWN, CHARLES HENRY. British and Continental Arms and Armour.

   New York: Dover, 1970. 52:39

ASHTON, BILL

   Letter on trooping the color. 17:39 ; response 19:37

ASHTON, W.J.

   Letter requesting material for book on military miniatures.

49:40

ASSAYE, BATTLE OF (23 SEPT, 1803)

   For your bookshelf [para. 2]. 19:4

ASTA, V.

   Letter on Russian horse guards. 68:40

ATKINSON, C.T.

   Germany in the 18th Century, p. 366 quoted. 20:10

   [Note on him]. 3:12

ATLANTA, BATTLE OF (22 JULY 1864)

   Incident from the battle of Atlanta. 3:12

AUBRY, OCTAVE. Napoleon. London: Paul Hamlyn Ltd., 1964. 15:33

AUCTIONS

   Auction report. 2:23

   Lead soldiers and models, a sale by auction. 57:28-29

   Lead toy soldiers and models-a sale by auction. 47:12-13 ;

60:30-31

   Militaria in the sale room. 16:6-7

   Sales talk. 14:37

   Toy soldiers bring record prices at auction. 54:36

AUSTERLITZ, BATTLE OF (2 DECEMBER 1805)

   Two Imperial Guards. 42:22-24

AUSTRALIA

   -General

Festberg, Alfred N. Australian Army Insignia, 1903-1966.

  23:11

 

 

 

AUSTRALIA, -to 1914

 

   -to 1914    

Captain Cook. 17:5  

--New South Wales         

  Uniforms of the British Empire #8. 31:plate [Simkin, R.

Types of the British Army]

---Cavalry. New South Wales Lancers 

  New South Wales Lancers. 76:34-37

--Tasmania

  Uniforms of the British Empire #6. 31:plate [Simkin, R.

Types of the British Army]

--Victoria

  Uniforms of the British Empire #7. 31:plate [Simkin, R.

Types of the British Army]

AUSTRIA (1918-    )

   National Army Museum of Autria. 71:21-24,29 

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY

   -General

Dolleczek, Anton. Monographie der k.u.k. Osterr.-ung. Blanken

  und Handfeuer-Waffen. 47:38

Infantry shako. 11:14-22

Schreiber, Georg. Des Kaisers Reiterei. 27:3

   -to 1792

--Czaikisten

  Letter on 33:40 ; response 35:40 ; response 36:40

--Infantry

  Hungarian infantry 1762. 71:35

--Infantry. Infantry Regiment Erzherzog Ferdinand

  Hungarian Infantry Regiment Erzherzog Ferdinand 1762.

    71:cover

   -1792-1815

Archduke Ferdinand of Austria. 67:12-13

--Cavalry. Dragoons

  Standard of Austrian dragoons, c. 1812. 21:cover

--Cavalry. Hussars

  Austro-Hungarian hussars, 1812. 35:32-33

--Infantry

  Austria-Hungarian infantry 1809. 44:2-7

  Austro-Hungarian infantry 1809-1815. 26:plate

  Letter on organization of an infantry regiment. 8:38

--Infantry. 24ten I.R. Baron Strauch.

  Grenadier of the (Gallician) Infantry Regt. No. 24

    (von Strauch). 44:2-7

   -1815-1867

Episode of Sadowa. 11:39

   -1867-1914

Austro-Hungarian army 1900-1914. 41:4-5 ; letter on. 64:40

Imperial Autro-Hungarian Army. [Ruhl, Moritz. die Oster-

  reich-ungarische armee]

  Administrative departments. 54:20,plate

  Artillery. 51:21,plate

  Cavalry. 53:21,plate

  Gendarmerie. 53:21,plate

  General officers. 52:20,plate

  General staff. 51:21,plate

  Household troops. 53:21,plate ; 54:20,plate

 

 

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY, -1867-1914 (con’t.)

 

    Guards. 52:20,plate

    Infantry in marching order. 52:20,plate

    Infantry in parade order. 51:21,plate

    Medical and veterinary departments. 54:20,plate

    Military academies and cadet schools. 51:21,plate

    Mounted troops. 52:20,plate

    Supply corps and motorized troops. 53:21,plate

    Technical troops. 52:20,plate

  In search of the imperial past. 11:26-27

  Klima, Herbert. Helme. 67:33

  Tit for tat. I. 68:27-31 ; II. 69:22-27 ; addenda &

    corrigenda 70:33 ; supplement 71:32-33

--Common Army. Cavalry

  General officer of cavalry. 41:4-5

--Common Army. Cavalry. Uhlans. Kaiser Franz Josef Nr. 4

  General major of cavalry, uniform of the 4th Uhlans.

    41:5

--Common Army. Infantry. 16th. K.u.k. I.R. Warasdiner

  Freiherr von Giesl, Nr. 16

  Oberleutnant 16th Infantry Regiment serving on the

    General staff (parade uniform). 42:20 ; letter on

      64:40

--Common Army. Infantry. Feldjagers. 26th Battalion

  die Kaiserlich-konigliche Feldjager-Batallion Nr. 26,

    ca. 1884. 31:22-23

--Guards. Adelige Arcierenleibgarde, 1st

  Guardians of the Habsburg throne. 51:33-35

--Guards. Leibgarde Infanterie Kompagnie

  Flower posy guardsmen. 62:2-3,27

--Guards. Leibgarde Reitereskadron

  Flower posy guardsmen. 62:2-3,27

   -1914-1918

--Common Army. Infantry.

  Austro-Hungarian infantry uniforms 1914-1918. I.59:

    18-20; II. 60:2-5,33 ; letter on 61:40 ; response

    63:38

--Landwehr

  Uniforms of the K.k. Landwehr, 1914-18. I. 74:2-4,29 ;

    II. 75:16-19 ; III. 76:4-6

AUSTRO-PRUSSIAN WAR (1866)

   57th goes to war. I. 70:16-17,33 ; II. 71:19-20; III. 72:

36-37

AVITABILE

   Governor of Peshawar. 14.2

“AWOL.” 11:37

AYE, JOHN

   Life in the cavalry in 1800. 40:12-13,25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B

 

BADCOE, PETER JOHN, V.C.

   Vietnam V.C. 27:2

BADEN

   -General

Maier, Gerd. Suddeutsche Blankwaffen. Vol. II. 38:38

   -1792-1815

Baden 1812-1813. 22:11

Colours and standards of the Grand Duchy of Baden in the

  Napoleonic period. 72:27-29

   -1871-1914

--Cavalry

  Uniforms of the Imperial German cavalry. 52:21,plate

    [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

--Infantry

  Uniforms of the Imperial German army. 60:32,plate

    [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

Badges and Emblems of the British Forces 1940. London: Arms &

   Armour Press, 1968. 29:18

BADGES AND INSIGNIA

   Almack, Edward. Regimental Badges Worn in the British Army

One Hundred Years Ago. 41:36

   Badges and Emblems of the British Forces 1940. 29:18

   Badges of the 1914-1918 war. 13:6

   Carman,W.Y. Glengarry Badges of the British Line Regiments

to 1881. 75:39

   Chichester, Henry Manners. Records and Badges of the British

Army. 42:39

   Davis, Brian Leigh. German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933-45.

61:33

   Edwards, T.J. Regimental Badges. 62:33

   Festberg, Alfred N. Australian Army Insignia, 1903-1966. 23:11

   Gaylor, John. Military Badge Collecting. 59:36

   Kipling, Arthur L. & Hugh L. King. Headdress Badges of the

British Army. 72:38

   Letter on World War I British divisional insignia. 55:40

   Rosignoli, Guido. Army Badges & Insignia of World War II.

65:33

   Rosignoli, Guido. Army Badges & Insignia Since 1945. 76:6

   Sawai Man Singhji, Maharaja of Jaipur. The Indian State

Forces. 43:38-39

   Wilkinson, F. Badges of the British Army 1820-1960. 39:38 ;

56:35

   Wilkinson, F. Cavalry & Yeomanry Badges of the British Army,

1914. 75:38

BAILEY, D.W. Percussion Guns and Rifles. London: Lionel Leven-

   thal, 1972. 65:36

BAKER, B.G.

   Lance. 37:17-17,19

BAKSHIAN, A.H.

   Letter on Prussiam Freicorps. 11:40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BALACE, FRANCIS M.

 

BALACE, FRANCIS M.

   Letter on Geens plates (65). 67:39

   Letter on imperial Mexican troops. 74:40

BALACLAVA, BATTLE OF (25 Oct. 1854)

   Balaclava. 7:3

   Battle of Balaclava. 31:14-19

   Despatch from Lord Lucan. 28:14-15

   Expensive piece of history. 22:3

   Incident of Balaclava. 20:9

   Letters from British soldiers. 28:17-21

   Light Brigade, campaign dress. 28:plate

   Light cavalry charge at Balaclava. 20:9

   Lord Raglan’s despatch. 28:13-15

   Lummis, William M. & Kenneth G. Wynn. Honour the Light

Brigade. 60:34

   Maj. Gen. Campbell’s despatch. 28:15

   Two Italian officers at the Balaclava charge. 41:cover, 2-4

BALAGUER, JOSE

   Argentine army 1814-1819, Husares y Guias de la Guardia del

Director Supremo. Ill. 74:32-33

   Argentinian army 1813. Ill. 67:2-4

   Argentinian army 1826. Ill. 70:21-23

   Colorados de las Conchos, militia cavalry, Argentine army,

1826. 65:26-27

   First Infantry Regiment ‘Patricios,’ Argentinian Army 1806-

1971. 58:2-3,27

   Liberation Army of the Andes. 60:11-15

   National Guard hussars, Brazilian Empire, 1840. 64:12-13

   9th Cavalry Regt., Argentinian army, 1900. 68:8-9

   16th Regiment of Lancers, Argentine Republic, 1826. 62:16-17

   Some Argentine uniforms. Ill. 76:2-3

   Squadron of mounted chasseurs of the Andean Liberation Army,

1817-1821. ill. 71:10-11

BANDS AND MUSICIANS

   Bugle-major, 1st Btln. Highland Light Infantry, 1896. 33.cover

   Fiddler sound. 21:3

   1st Middlesex Engineer Volunteers, tunic of sgt. bandsman,

1901. 29:24

   French infantry bandsmen, 1828. 44:12,31

   Gordon, W.J. Bands of the British Army. Plates from.

33:plates ; 34:plates ; 35:plates ; 36:plates

   Grenadier Hollandais  1809. 12:33,28

   Military musicians. 14:3

   the Mounted pipe band of the 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles

(CEF). 72:21

   Musician, 32eme Demi-Brigade 1798. 47:plate

   Queen’s piper. 14:3

   Royal Scots Greys: a history of the band and their

uniforms. I. 38:2-9 ; II. 39:18-20

   Russian Pavlov regiment. 11:27

   6th Rheinbund Regiment in Spain 1812, drum major and musician.

75:24

   West Middlesex Militia 1793. 1:19

   see also DRUM MAJORS ; DRUMMERS ; KETTLEDRUMMERS ; TRUMPETERS

 

 

 

 

BARAN, J.

 

BARAN, J.

   Letter on 1580 saddle rings. 64:40 ; response 6540

BARLAN, MARCO-ANTONIO

   Letter on medical/veterinary services. 27:36

BARCLAY, C.N. Battle 1066. London: J.M. Dent & Sons, 1966.

   15:6

BARKER, A.J. Eritrea 1941. London: Faber & Faber, 1966. 18:5

BARLOW, LESLIE

   History and uniforms of Mounted Rifles and Light Horse

Volunteers. I. 53:14-19,37, plates ; II. 53:17-20, plate ;

III. 54:16-19

   Letter on “Regiments of the British Yeomanry, Uniforms” (57:

plate). 58:40

   Letters on Simkin, Richard. British Yeomanry Uniforms. London:

Frederick Muller, 1971.

Critique of Simkin. 60:39-40 ; 61:39-40

Response to him by Archer. 62:39

Response to Archer (62:39). 62:39-40

Response to him (62:39-40) by Archer. 63:40

Response to Archer (63:40). 66:40

   Letter on Scottish United Service Museum. 60:40 ; letter on

62:40

BARNES, R. MONEY

   British Army of 1914. London: Seeley Service, 1968. 30:24

   History of the Regiments and Uniforms of the British Army.

London: Sphere Books, 1972. 62:36

BARNET, BATTLE OF (14 Apr. 1471)

   Firearms at the battle of Barnet. 18:22

BARRACKS

   In search of the imperial past. 11:26-27

BARRETT, C.R.B.

   Capt. Lewis Edward Nolan. 29:7-9 ; letter on 37:40

BARROW, PERCY H.S. (1849-1886)

   Col. Percy H.S. Barrow, the 19th Hussars in the Sudan. 33:12-14

BARTHORP, MICHAEL J.

   Battle dress of the Kaffir War 1850-1853. I. 60:28-29 ; II.

61:12-13,32 ; errata 62:40

   British line regiment a century ago. 68:10-11,13

   Disaster at Maiwand, 27 July 1880. I. 64:17-19 ; II. 65:18-20,

28

   Forcing house for officers. I. 19:20-22 ; II> 20:21-23

   Letter on French Imperial Guard. 26:36

   Letter on Indian Mutiny plate by C.A. Norman (62). 65:40

   Letter on Tradition. 59:40

   Rifle Regiments, c. 1850. 75:2-4

BASTIAN, K.C.

   Letter on “White bonnets over the border” (54:32-33). 56:39

   Response to letter on 1580 saddle rings (64:40). 65:40

BATTLE HONORS

   Leslie, N.B. The Battle Honours of the British and Indian

Armies 1695-1914. 54:37

   Norman, C.B. Battle Honours of the British Army. 60:34 ; 74:31

   South African War Honours and Awards 1899-1902. 54:37

BATTLEFIELD CHURCH (Shrewesbury, England)

   Unusual war memorial. 5:23

 

 

 

BATTLEFIELDS AND BATTLEFIELD MONUMENTS

 

BATTLEFIELDS AND BATTLEFIELD MONUMENTS

   Battle of Lewes 1264. 13:4-5

   Battle of Montimirail. 19:5

   Battlefield museums. 3:11

   Somme, 50 years later. 18:5

   Unusual war memorial. 5:23

   Visit to the battlefield of Borodino. 16:17

   Warner, Philip. British Battlefields. I. the South. 63:34 ;

II. the North. 65:33-34

   Waterloo 1965. 9:46-47

BATTLES

   Eggenberger, David. Dictionary of Battles. 32:30

   Great Military Battles. ed. Cyril Falls. 5:24 ; critique of

7:38 ; note on critique 8:31

   Harbottle, Thomas Benfield. Dictionary of Battles. 31:30 ;

59:35

BAVARIA

   -General

Cantler, Johann Baptist. Der Bayerische Armee samtliche

  Uniformen von 1900-73. 68:37

--Hartschieres

  Bavarian Hartschieres. 47:14-16

  Letter on. 51:40

   -to 1792

Hoffmann, Anton. Des Heer des Blauen Konigs. Illustrations

  from 37:6-14 ; review of 42:37

--Cavalry. Prince Philip Regt. Of Carabiniers

  Bavarian ‘Prince Philip Regt.’ of Carabiniers, 1704-

    1710. 38:30-34

   -1792-1815

Bavarian line infantry in Russia 1812. 66:cover, 11

Saxon [i.e. Bavarian] gendarmes, c. 1815. 11:9 ; errata

  12:39

--Infantry. 4th Infantry Regiment Sachsen-Hildburghausen

  “Cossacks” 4th Bavarian Line Infantry Regt. Russia 1812.

    66:cover

   -1871-1914

Uniforms of the Imperial German cavalry, horse furniture.

  54:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigun-

  gen]    

Prince Arnulf of Bavaria. 75:cover

--Cavalry.

  Uniforms of the Imperial German cavalry, c. 1892. 53:28,

    plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

--Cavalry. Uhlans

  German uhlans, c. 1910. 34:8-13

--General officers and staff

  Prussian and Bavarian general officers in parade and gala

    uniform 1910-1914. 1:12-13

--Infantry

  Uniforms of the Imperial German army, c. 1892. 59:29,

    plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

BAXTER, D.R. Blunderbusses. London: Arms & Armour Press,

   1970. 46:37

 

 

 

 

BAYONETS

 

BAYONETS  

   Wilkinson-Latham, R.J. British Military Bayonets 1700-1945.

24:38

BEADLE, J. PRINSEP

   Brig. Gen. Robert Crawford among the Riflemen during the

retreat from Astorga to Vigo, 1809. 40:8

   Neuve Chapelle. (painting). 19:4

   Rear guard. 40:11

BEAUHARNAIS, EUGENE,  Prince de (1781-1824)

   Illustration of. 29:plate

BECHETT, Ian F.W.

   Bucks Yeomanry 1794-1815. 43:10-12

   First Bucks Volunteers, 1893. 58:24-27

BECKETT, J.

   Letter on English Civil War uniforms. 15:35

BEERHORST, A.R.

   Dutch army in the war for Belgian independence 1830-31. ill.

65:cover,2-7

BEESTON, J.A.

   Letter on orders of battle. 30:40

BELFIELD,EVERSLY. Oudenarde 1708. London: Charles Knight, 1972.

   (Knight’s Battles for Wargamers). 67:34

BELGIUM

   -tO 1830

Terlinden, Charles. Les Souvenirs historiques de Joseph

  Walter. 71:38

see also WAR FOR BELGIAN INDEPENDENCE

   -1830-1914

--Garde civique

  Wouters, G. La garde civique belge et ses origins.

    Louis Geens, ill. Plates.

     [ ?] General staff 1884. 66:plate

     [19] Artillery 1902. 65:plate

     [20] General staff 1905. 65:plate

     [21] Light infantry 1905. 65:plate

     [22] Line infantry 1905. 65:plate

     [23] Cavalry 1905. 65:plate

     [24] Artillery 1905. 65:plate

     Letters on the plates. 67:39 ; 69:40

BELLIN, V.

   Letter on Russian subjects. 20:33

   Letters on unicorns. 24:40 ; 74:40

BELMONT-MAITLAND, N.R.

   Obituary of Gen. Lucien Deleuze. 11:1

   Review of Johnson, David. Lanterns in Gascony. 6:11

   Shuddering amateur. 4:31 ; note on 21:4

   Valedictory [for David Johnson]. 20:1

BENDER, ROGER JAMES

   Air Organization of the Third Reich: the Luftwaffe. the

Author, 1972. 70:39

   The Hitler Albums. Mountain View, Ca.: the Author, 1970. 51:38

   The Uniforms, Organization, and History of the Waffen SS.

Mountain View, Ca.: the Author, 1969. Vol. 1 40:40 ; Vol. 2

65:37 ; Vol. 3 69:35

 

 

 

 

BENET, HUGH, Jr.

 

BENET, HUGH, Jr.

   Letter on War of 1812. 13:39

   Letter on War of 1812 and “85th (Bucks Volunteers) Light

Infantry, 1812/14 war with America” (24:24-27). 26:36

BENNETT, GEOFFREY. Nelson the Commander. London: B.T. Batsford,

   1972. 62:36

BERESFORD, CHARLES (1840-1919)

   Letter on. 30:39-40

BERG, FRED ANDERSON. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units.

   Harrisburg, Pa.: Stackpole, 1972. 63:35

BERGEN-OP-ZOOM, SIEGE OF (1622)

   Old soldier. 20:10-11

BERNADOTTE, JEAN-BAPTISTE (1764-1844)

   Aide-de-camp du Prince de Ponte Corvo avec le fils de

Bernadotte (1808). 40:plate [JOB]

   Illustration of. 29:plate

BERTHIER, LOUIS ALEXANDRE (1753-1815)

   Illustration of. 31:plate

BESSIERES, JEAN-BAPTISTE (1768-1813)

   Illustration of 32:plate

BETTS, G.M.

   Imperial troops on parade in New Zealand, 1901. I. British

contingents. 51:28-31 ; II. Indian contingents. 52:32-33 ;

letter on 55:40

   Truth, duty, valor: the Royal Military College of Canada. 53:

38-40

Bibliographics. (plates). London: Bivouac. 68:37

BIBLIOGRAPHY

   Higham, Robin. A Guide to the Sources of British Military

History. 62:36

BICKERSTETH, P.

   Photo and biographical data on Robert Bickersteth, col.,

Middlesex Yeomanry. 49:39

BICKERSTETH, ROBERT (1847-1916)

   Photo and biographical data on Robert Bickersteth, col.,

Middlesex Yeomanry. 49:39

BIDDULPH, JOHN. Tribes of the Hindoo Koosh. Graz: Akademische

   Druck und Verlagsanstalt, 1971. 65:37-38

BIDWELL, SHELFORD. Modern Warfare. London: Allen Lane, 1973.

   70:38

BILDERLING, ALEXANDER de

   Letter on uniform of Nicholas II (18:20). 20:33

BIRKBY, CAREL. It’s a Long War to Addis. London: F. Muller,

   1942.

   Quoted. 22:3

BISHOP, D.

   Military Transport of World War I. with C. Ellis. London:

Blanford. 49:38

   Military Transport of World War II. with C. Ellis. London:

Blanford. 61:39

   Railways and War Before 1918. with K. Davies. London:Bland-

ford, 1972. 63:33

BLACKLOCK, MICHAEL. The Royal Scots Greys. London: Leo Cooper,

   1971. (Famous Regiments). 61:38

 

 

 

 

BLACKMORE, HOWARD L.

 

BLACKMORE, HOWARD L. Hunting Weapons. London: Barrie & Jenkins,

   1971. 60:34

BLACKS

   54th Massachusetts Volunteers of African Descent. 72:5-7

   Like father, like son. 22:4

BLAXLAND, GREGORY

   The Buffs. London: Leo Cooper, 1972. (Famous Regiments). 67:35

   The Regiments Depart. London: William Kimber, 1971. 56:35

BLECKWENN, H. & C. Jany. Die Dessauer Spezifikation von 1729.

   Osnabruck: Biblio Verlag, 1970. 55:38-39

BLOOM, R.M.

   New paint. 3:3

BLUCHER, GERHARD von (1742-1819)

   Prussian account [of Waterloo]. 9:10-12

BLUM, PETER. Military Miniatures. New York: Odyssey Press,

   1964. 3:3

BLUNDERBUSSES

   Baxter, D.R. Blunderbusses. 46:37

BOAG, WILLIAM G.F.

   Letter on “Dress distinctions of the Scottish regiments” (56 ;

58 ; 60). 62:40

BODEN, BATTLE OF (4 Dec. 1813)

   Battle of Boden, 4 Dec. 1813. 64:14-16,20

BOEHEIM, W. Handbuch der Waffenkunde. Graz: Akademische Druck

   und Verlagsanstalt, 1966. 21:4

BOER WAR (1899-1902)

   Johnson, David. The Anglo-Boer War. 33:39

   Memories of the South African War. 26:3

   One of Churchill’s captors. 16:10

   Reckitt, B.N. The Lindley Affair. 65:35

   Selby, John. The Boer War. 35:34

   South African War Honours and Awards. 54:37

BONAPARTE, JEROME (1784-1860)

   Illustration of. 30:plate

BONAPARTE FAMILY

   Les amis de Napoleon III. 21:3

BOOSEY, W.

   Light cavalry charge at Balaclava. 20:9

BORODINO, BATTLE OF (7 Sept. 1812)

   Holmes, E.R. Borodino, 1812. 57:38

   Visit to the battlefield of Borodino. 16:17

BORTON, ARTHUR CLOSE. My Warrior Sons: the Borton Family Diary.

   68:33

BOUDROIT, JEAN & Pierre Lorain. Les armes americaines de la

   defense nationale 1870-71. Paris: Librairie Pierre Petitot,

   1970. 51:38

BOUVERAT, RAYMOND

   Letter critiquing Great Military Battles and Lejeune’s

Borodino. 7:38 ; a response 8:31

   Letter on 2nd Guard Lancers at Waterloo. 2:30

   Obituary. 12:1

BOWER, J.G.

   Letter on 1st Chinese Regiment. 18:39

 

 

 

 

 

BOWLING, A.H.

 

BOWLING, A.H.

   Alwar Lancers 1897. 15:26

   Babnaghar Lancers 1897. 21:37

   Bahawalpur Lancers 1897. 13:3

   Bhopal Lancers 1897. 22:35

   Bikaner Camel Corps 1897. 25:21

   Indore Lancers 1897. 18:38

   Kapurthala Lancers 1897. 29:25

   Nabha Lancers 1897. 14:18

BOXER REBELLION (1900-1901)

   Bengal lancers and Yankee horse soldiers. 54:12,35

   Italian Bersaglieri in China 1900-1. 62:cover, 8-11

BRABAZON, JOHN ARTHUR HENRY MOORE (Col., 4th Hussars)

   Brab. 26:3

BRADDON, RUSSELL. The Siege. London: Jonathan Cape, 1969. 38:38

BRADFORD, GEORGE. 50 Famous Tanks. London: Ian Allen, 1967.

   29:18

BRADFORD, THOMAS, D.S.O.

   Fighting Bradfords. 20:10

BRADLEY, J.

   Letter on French sapeurs pompiers. 38:40

BRANDANI, MASSIMO

   Albanian troops in the service of Naples. ill. 57:22-25

   Cisalpine officers uniforms. ill. 63:16,20

   Czechoslovak corps on the Italian front during the First World

War. ill. 54:6-9

   Francesco III d’Este and the army of Modena 1737-60. ill. 65:

29-32

   Garibaldi’s ‘Legione Italiana’ at the defence of Rome 1849.

ill. 56:11-15

   Italian ‘Guide Regiment. ill. 58:17-19

   Kingdom of Italy medical officers. ill. 62:4,27

   Napoleon’s Italian army. Ill. I. 43:17-20 ; II. 44:28-29,

errata 51:40 ; III. 46:21-24, errata 51:40 ; IV. 47:28-31,

errata 51:40 ; V. 48:29-32, errata 51:40 ; letter on flags

49:40

   Napoleon’s Italian navy. ill. 53:11-13,35

   National Guard of Modena, 1798. ill. 74:38-39

   Papal carbineers. ill. 59:9-13

   ‘Reggimento di Toscana’ in the Seven Years War. ill. 52:29-31

   Swiss battery of artillery in the Papal service. ill. 68:21-23

BRANDENBURG

   -tO 1701

Frederick William the Great Elector and the Fehrbellin

  campaign. 72:24-26

   -1701- . see PRUSSIA

BRANDER, MICHAEL. The 10th Royal Hussars. London: Leo Cooper,

   1969. 43:37

BRAZIL

   Brazilian and Paraguayan uniforms of the 1865-70 war. 69:30-32

   National Guard hussars, Brazilian Empire, 1840. 64:12-13

BRAZILIAN-PARAGUAYAN WAR. see WAR OF THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE

BRENNAN, GODFREY

   12th Light Dragoons charging at Waterloo. 17:17

 

 

 

 

BRETT-JAMES, ANTONY

 

BRETT-JAMES, ANTONY. The Hundred Days. London: Macmillan, 1964.

   3:11

BRETT-SMITH, RICHARD. The 11th Hussars. London: Leo Cooper,

   1969. 43:36-37

BRINCKERHOFF, SIDNEY B. AND Odie B. Faulk. Lancers for the King.

   Phoenix: Arizona Historical Foundation, 1965. 23:11

British Army. plates from. see SPOONER, WILLIAM. The British

   Army. (Ogilby #885)

BRODIE, A.C.C.

   Letter on “Dress distinctions of the Scottish regiments” (56 ;

58 ; 60). 62:40

   Middlesex Yeomanry in 1914. 21:21

BROOK-LITTLE, JOHN. Knights of the Middle Ages. London: Hugh

   Evelyn, 1966. 18:22

BROSS, KURT H.

   Letter on Prussian cavalry regiments 1808. 58:40

BROWN, THOMAS E.

   Letter on Caton. “ Prince of Wales’ Own Royal Wiltshire

Hussars” (40:26-29 ; 41:6-7,27) and Fosten. “Royal South

Gloucester Militia, 1805” (42:25). 47:40

BROWNE, MAXIMILIAN von

   Duffy, Christopher. The Wild Goose and the Eagle. 3:11

BRUMMELL, GEORGE BRYAN, Beau (1778-1840)

   Dashing hussar. 26:2

BRUNON, JEAN

   Officer of French hussars 1783. 20:12

BRUNSWICK

   -1809-1815

Brunswick Corps at Waterloo. I. 59:2-5,34 ; II. 60:16-

  19 ; letter on 67:39-40

Hussars and infantry of the Duke of Brunswick Del’s corps.

  55:13 [Smith, Charles Hamilton. Costume of the British

  Army]

Letters on Brunswick standards at Waterloo. 21:39 ; 36:40

--Avantgarde Batallion

  Avantgarde at Waterloo. 2:30

   -1871-1914

--Cavalry. Braunschweigisches Husaren-Regiment Nr. 17

  Uniforms of the Imperial German cavalry. 52:21,plate

    [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

  Kettledrummer 1900-14. 25:plate

BRYANT, ARTHUR

   Jackets of Green. London: Collins, 1972. 67:34-35

   Nelson. London: Collins, 1970. 51:38-39

BUCHAN, VIOLET E.

   German naval airship service 1914-1918. 59:26-27

   Imperial German decorations, 1914-1918. 62:12-13,20 ; letter

on 66:40

BUCQUOY, EUGENE LOUIS

   Commandant E.L. Bucquoy. 47:17

   see also “Les Uniformes du Premier Empire”

BUENO, JOSE MARIA. Uniformes militaries en color de la Guerra

   civil espagnola. Madrid:Libraria Editorial San Martin, 1971.

   64:38

 

 

 

 

BUKHARI, A.S.

 

BUKHARI, A.S.

   10th Light Infantry Regt., France, 1812. 52:6-7

BULGARIA

   Cap plate. 20:35 ; 21:39

BULL RUN, BATTLE OF (21 July 1861)

   Davis, Peter & H. John Cooper. First Bull Run 1861. 57:38

BULLER, REDVERS HENRY, Sir (1839-1908)

   Photo of. 41:26

BURNES, ALEXANDER. Cabool. Graz: Akademische Druck und Verlags-

   anstalt, 1973. 71:39

BUSH, ERIC WHEELER. Salute the Soldier. London: Allen & Unwin,

   1966. 19:4

BUTLER, ELIZABETH, Lady (1846-1933)

   ‘the Defence of Rorke’s Drift.’ 55:6-8

BUTLER, S.K.

   British officer’s grenadier cap, c. 1750. 13:28

BUTTONS

   Ripley, Howard. Buttons of the British Army. 59:38

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C

 

CADBURY CASTLE (Glastonbury, Somerset)

   Camelot. 21:2

CADETS. see MILITARY ACADEMIES AND CADETS

CALENDARS

   Der Grosse Uniform Kalender. 1969. 31:1

   Reiter-Rosse-Bunte Rocke. 1969. 31:1

   Ritter, Rustung, Pferd und Wappen. 1969. 31:1

   Verlag Wilhelm C. Rubsamen. Three magnificent military calen-

dars from Verlag Wilhelm C. Rubsamen. Stuttgart. 23:34

CAMBRAI, BATTLE OF (20 Nov.-3 Dec. 1917)

   Irate quartermaster. 27:2

   Woollcombe, Robert. The First Tank Battle. 24:13

CAMBRIDGE, Duke of, GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES (1819-1904)

   Two royal field marshals. 15:9

CAMBRIDGE, Marquis of

   Letter on “Les uniformes du 1er Empire” and G.M. Betts’ “Im-

perial troops on parade in New Zealand, 1901” (I. 51:28-31 ;

II. 52:32-33). 55:40

CAMPAIGN EQUIPMENT

   Hints for campaigners. 20:10

CAMPBELL, ARTHUR. Guerillas. London: Arthur Barker, 1967. 24:38

CAMPBELL, COLIN, Sir (1792-1863)

   Despatch from Balaclava. 28:15

   Sir Colin Campbell to the Highland Brigade, Alma 1854. 44:34

CAMPBELL, DUNCAN ALASTAIR. The Dress of the Royal Artillery.

   London: Arms & Armour Press, 1971. 61:33

CAMPBELL, EDMUND A. Fifty Years of Yeomanry Uniforms. London:

   Frederick Muller, 1972. 67:33

CANADA

   -General

Dornbusch, C.E. The Canadian Army, 1855-1965. 23:34

Fort Henry Guard. I. 61:8-11,21 ; II. 62:14-15,20

Marrion, R.J. Regiments of the Canadian Army. 63:37

Regiments and Corps of the Canadian Army. 24:23

--Engineers

  Kerry, A.J. The History of the Corps of Canadian

    Engineers. v. 2 1936-1946. 29:19

--Infantry. Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

  Williams, Jeffrey. Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light

    Infantry. 64:38

--Royal Military College

  Preston, Richard Arthur. Canada’s Royal Military College.

    44:37-38

  Truth, duty, valor. 53:38-40

   -to 1759 France 1755-60, regular troops in Canada. 24:plate

French army in Canada. 24:4-7, letter on 26:14 ; 26:10-13

Hamilton, Edward P. The French Army in America. 23:34

Letter on French mitre cap. 14:39

Some remarks on the French in Canada. 26:14

   -1867-1914

Uniforms of the British Empire. No. 5. 31:plate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CANADA, -1867-1914 (con’t.)

 

--Corps of Guides

  Canadian Corps of Guides. 38:28-29

--Infantry. 10th Royal Grenadiers

  10th Royal Grenadiers, Canada, 1899. 39:32-33

   -1914-1918

Stewart. Charles H. Overseas: the Lineage and Insignia of the

  Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-19. 60:37

--Cavalry. 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles

  Mounted pipe band of the 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles

    (CEF). 72:21

CANROBERT,FRANCOIS CERTAIN (1809-1895)

   Gen. Canrobert’s despatch. 28:24-25

CANTILLI, GIORGIO

   Letter on colonel of Italian general staff, 1886 (59:29). 61:40

   Letter on Tancredo Saletta. 62:40

   Uniforms of the Italian army. 74:20, plates ; 75:20, plates

CANTLER, JOHANN BAPTIST. Der Bayerischen Armee samtliche

   Uniformen von 1800-1873. Schwarzbach: Eikon, 1976. 68:37

CAPE ST. VINCENT, BATTLE OF (14 Feb. 1797)

   Unsual record. 10:15

CAPTURED MATERIAL

   Peninsular uniforms. 1:19

   6th Inniskilling Dragoons, Waterloo 1815. 3:3

   Trophies 1811. 17:4

CARDIGAN, JAMES THOMAS, Lord (1797-1868)

   Painting of. 28:cover

CAREW, TIM

   The Glorious Glosters. London: Leo Cooper, 1970. 49:38

   Hostages to Fortune. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1971.55:36

CARLES

   Neapolitan troops in Spain 1808-13. I. 55:16-20 ; II. 56:25-29

CARLIST WAR, 1st (1833-1840)

   Carlist cavalry during the 1st Carlist War 1833-40. 67:21-25,32

   Irregular cavalry, Spanish Carlist Wars, c. 1860[?]. 72:plate

ARMAN, W.Y.

   American regimental colours in Chelsea Hospital. 54:13-15

   Bundelkhand Legion. 19:9,36

   Glenarry Badges of the British Line Regiments to 1881. London:

Arms & Armour Press. 1973. 75:39

   Headdresses of the British Army. London: the Author. Cavalry.

31:30 ; Yeomanry. 47:36

   Helmets of British heavy cavalry. 70:2-8

   Indian Army Uniforms. London: Morgan-Grampian. 32:30

   Letter on “British Lancers and Hussars, 1912” (6:9). 7:38

   Letter on British World War I divisional insignia. 55:40

   Letter on Netherlands flags at Waterloo. 31:40

   Louis Napoleon on Artillery. London: Arms & Armour Press. 21:4

   [Major General John Gaspard Le Marchant]. 7:33

   Marquess of Anglesey. 10:16-19

   Model Soldiers. London: Charles Letts, 1972. 68:33

   Officer of the 8th King’s Royal Irish Hussars, c. 1830.

8:28-29

   Officers of the Cornish militia, c. 1796. 68:20

   Review of Young, Peter. Edgehill 1642. 24:13

 

 

 

 

CARMAN, W.Y.,(con’t.)

 

   Standards and colours of the King’s German Legion. 26:6-7

   Standards and guidons of the Life Guards. 7:12-14

   Visit to the battlefield of Borodino. 16:17

CARTRIDGE POUCHES

   British pouches and belts. I. 27:24-26 ; II. 36:29-31 ; III.

37:18-19

CASS, CHRISTOPHER N.

   Letter on English Civil War cavalry charges. 22:36 ; reply

22:36

CASSIN-SCOTT, JACK

   Making Model Soldiers of the World. London: Stephen Hope Books,

1973. 76:38

   Uniforms of the Napoleonic Wars in Colour 1796-1814. London:

Blanford Press, 1973. 76:39

CASTLE, EGERTON. Schools and Masters of Fence. London: Arms &

   Armour Press, 1969. 36:37

CASTLES

   Unstead, R.J. Castles. 44:37

CATCHPOLE, STANLEY

   American War of Independence 1775-1782, some notes on the for-

mation and movement of German mercenary troops. 2:28-29 ;

letter on 5:30 ; reply 8:38

   Dress of the French army during the Waterloo campaign. 1:16-

17,19 ; letter on 2:30 ; reply “Waterloo uniforms” 4:31 ;

reply 10:40

   Peninsular uniforms. 6:3

   79th Highlanders 1819. 2:3

   Waterloo uniforms. 4:31 ; letter on 10:40

CATON, A.S.

   Austro-Hungarian hussars, 1812. 35:32-33

   Battle of Balaclava, Oct. 25, 1854. 31:14-19

   Full dress uniform of the British dragoons, c. 1904. 41:19-23

   German uhlans, c. 1910. 34:8-13

   Introduction to special Crimean issue. 28:1-4

   Military antiques, British pouches and belts, c. 1904. I. 27:

24-26 ; II. 36:29-31 ; III. 37:18-19

   Military antiques, imperial German shoulder straps. 24:10-11

   Military antiques, some imperial German headdresses 1900-1914.

23:28-29

   Officer, Prussian Garde-du-Corps 1758. 27:cover

   Prince of Wale’s Own Royal Wiltshire Hussars. I. 40:26-29;

II. 41:6-7,27 ; letter on 47:40

   Regiments of British Yeomanry 1794-1914. 58:14-16,34-35 ;

letter on 60:39

CATON-WOODVILLE, RICHARD

   British lancers & hussars, 1912. 6:9 ; letter on 7:38

   General Gordan in the Sudan. ill. 27:10-13

   Saving the guns at Maiwand (Ogilby #482 [1]. 65:19

CATOR, HARRY

   Captain Harry Cator,VC, MM. 18:7

CAVALRY

   Capt. Lewis Edward Nolan. 29:7-9 ; letter on 37:40

   Cavalry charge of Marshal Murat at Eylau. 36:21-23,31

   Cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo. 34:30-34, letter on

41:40 ; 35:14-16

 

 

 

CAVALRY (con’t.)

 

   Cavalry in Marlborough’s day. 37:6-14

   First and the last. 26:2

   First standing orders of the 15th Light Dragoons. I. 10:2-

3 ; II. 11:30-31,33 ; III. 12:30-31 ; IV. 13:30-31 ; V. 15:

28-29

   General de Brack. 18:7

   General de Brack explains how to charge guns. 19:5

   General de Brack on battle tactics. 18:7

   General de Brack on charges. 12:6 ; 13:7 ; 16:10

   General de Brack on patrols. 10:5 ; 11:38-39

   General F. de Brack. 6:23

   Hints from General de Brack. 7:5

   Horsed cavalry in World War II. 5:22

   Lance. 37:16-17,19

   Last charge. 46:2-4

   Letter on pace of English Civil War charges. 22:36

   Life in the cavalry in 1800. 40:12-13,25

   Light cavalry, 1547. 1:22

   Lunt, James. Charges to Glory. 3:3

   Sabres in hand. I. 3:4-6 ; II. 4:4-8 ; III. 5:4-7 ; IV. 6:24-

27, note on 6:1 ; V. 7:30-31 ; letter on 7:38

   Suttner,Gustav. Reiterstudien. 30:24

   Wallhausen, Johann Jacob. Ritterkunst. 33:30

   see also HUSSARS

CAYTON, A. see CATON, A

CEREMONIES AND CEREMONIAL DUTY

   Bibliography. 19:37

   Letter on trooping the colour. 17:39 ; reply 19:37

   Milton, Roger. The English Ceremonial Book. 62:35

   Public duties in London. 13:7

   see also REVIEW OF TROOPS

TROOPING THE COLOUR

CHADWICK, KENNETH. The Royal Tank Regiment. London: Leo Cooper.

   47:36-37

CHAFFETZ,DAVID C.

   Letter on Middlesex Yeomanry and Light Horse. 30:40

CHAMBERLAIN, ARTHUR N., III

   Militia and provincial troops in America 1745-63. 19:17

   New England outpost. I. 19:13-16 ; II. King George’s War.

20:2-4 ; III. Last years. 21:5-7

CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM A.

   Letter on “Adams Revolvers” Pt. 2 (37:28-29). 42:40 ; reply

44:40

CHAMBRE, JEAN-PIERRE

   Letter on Tradition. 7:38

CHANCELLORSVILLE, BATTLE OF (1-3 May 1863)

   Cooper, H. John. Chancellorsville 1863. 67:34

CHANDLER, DAVID

   The Campaigns of Napoleon. London: Macmillan, 1966. 20:12

   Marlborough as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1973.

69:36

CHANNER, G.N.

   Captain Channer, winner of the first Victoria Cross in Malaya.

58:28-30

 

 

 

 

CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE

 

CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE

   see BALACLAVA, BATTLE OF (25 Oct. 1854)

CHARLES I (England) (1600-1649)

   Toynbee, Margaret. King Charles I. 31:30

CHARLES XII (Sweden) (1682-1718)

   Letters on 20:34 ; 25:36

CHARTRAND, RENE

   Some remarks on “the French in Canada” (24:4). 26:14

CHASE, MORGAN CHARLES (1790-1868)

   Morgan Charles Chase, 1st Madras Cavalry, c. 1815. 20:5,20

CHELSEA HOSPITAL

   American regimental colours in Chelsea Hospital. 54:13-15

   Chelsea tradition. 13:5

   Oldest Chelsea pensioner. 11:37

CHESHIRE

   Dore, R.N. The Civil War in Cheshire. 16:12

CHESS

   15th century chess game.15:5

CHICHESTER, HENRY MANNERS. Records and Badges of the British

   Army. London: Frederick Muller, 1970. 42:39

CHILE

   Chilean general officers, 1905-1925. 34:18-20

CHINA

   Letter on 1st Chinese Regiment. 18:39

   see also BOXER REBELLION (1900-1901)

CHINA WAR, 1st (1840-1842)

   British campaign medals, the First China War. 35:30-31

CHINA WAR, 2nd (1857-1860)

   British campaign medals, the Second China War. 41:34-35

CHOWN, JOHN D. The 9pdr.Muzzle-loading Rifle. Ottowa: Museum

   Restoration Service, 1967. 24:38

CHRISTIAN, GENE

   Letter on unidentified insignia. 20:35 ; response 21:39

CHRISTIANSEN, E. The Origins of Military Power in Spain 1900-

   1954. Oxford University Press, 1967. 29:19

CHURCHILL, WINSTON (1874-1965)

   One of Churchill’s captors. 16:10

CIMARELLI, ALDO. Arms and Armour in the Age of Chivalry.

   London: Orbis, 1973. 75:38

CINQUE PORTS

   Williams, Geoffrey. Heraldry of the Cinque Ports. 55:38

CISALPINE REPUBLIC. see ITALY. -1793-1814

CITIZEN ARMIES

   Haswell, Jack. Citizen Armies. 72:40

Civil War Times Illustrated. Gettysburg, Pa.: Historical Times

   Inc., 1962-  . 11:39

CIVILIANS

   Farmer’s wife of Mont St. Jean. 17:5

CLARK, CHRISTOPHER

   the Band of the Royal Scots Greys, c. 1937. 38:cover

CLAYTON, A.G.

   Waterloo, 1965. 9:46-47

CLAYTON, B.

   Costumes of the First or Grenadier Regt. of Guards From 1660.

London: Ackermann & Co., 1853-54. (Ogilby #182).

 

 

 

CLAYTON, B. (con’t.)

 

Plates 11 & 12 First or Grenadier Regt. of Guards in 1853.

71:plate ; 72:plate

   New uniforms of the Metropolitan Rifle Volunteer Corps. ill.

53:36-37

CLEVE-BERG

   -1792-1815

Grenadier of infantry, Spain 1811. 75:40

Cloathing Book of 1742. see A Representation of the Clothing...

COBURG-SAALFELD

   -1792-1815

Battalion Coburg-Saalfeld at Gerona 1809. 29:20-21

COCKADES

   Letter on imperial German cockades. 10:40

COGGINS, JACK. Ships and Seamen of the American Revolution. 39:39

COLBERT, EDOUARD, (Gen.)

   Illustration of. 29:plate

COLE, HOWARD N. Minden 1759. London: Charles Knight, 1972.

   (Knight’s Battles for Wargamers). 57:38 ; 67:34

COLLECTOR

   Sales talk. 7:16-17

COLLIER, BASIL. Battle of Britain. London: Jackdaw, 1969. 35:35

COLLINGWOOD, CUTHBERT (1750-1810)

   Warner, Oliver. The Life and Letters of Vice Admiral Lord

Collingwood. 29:19

COLLINS, R.M.

   9thLight Dragoons at Waterloo. 22:33-34

   12th Light Dragoons at Waterloo. I. 17:17-20,37 ; II. 18:

16-19,31,13 III. 19:24-25,36

COLOURS. see FLAGS AND STANDARDS

COMBE, E.P.

   Col. E.P. Combe, M.C. 22:3

COMMANDS

   Commando corporal.13:4

   Schofield, Stephen. Musketoon. 6:23

CONFEDERATE HIGH COMMAND. U.K. DIVISION.

   Jeb Stuart rides again. 15:4

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA (1861-1865)

   Captain Sally L. Tomkins, CSA. 13:7

   Confederate States of America 1861. 41:8-9

   Evolution of the Confederate uniform. 16:14-16

   General John Hunt Morgan’s Indiana-Ohio raid. I. 55:26-29,33 ;

II. 56:30-33 ; III. 57:13,15 ; letter on 59:40

   Jeb Stuart rides again. 15:4

   -Stonewall Brigade

Selby, John. The Stonewall Brigade. 57:36

   -Texas. Infantry. 4th Regt.

Confederate States of America, 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt.,

  1861. 39:16-17

   -Virginia. Infantry. 23rd Regt. Co. E

Brooklyn Grays. 41:8-9

   see also AMERICAN CIVIL WAR (1861-1865)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONFEDERATION OF THE RHINE (1806-1814)

 

CONFEDERATION OF THE RHINE (1806-1814)

   Letter on lack of information on. 33:40

   Ruhl, Moritz. Wie Sahen die Kriegsheere in den Kampfen vor 100

Jahren aus?. 51:20, plate

   -Infantry. 6th Regt.

6th Rheinbund Regiment, Spain 1812, drum major and musician.

  75:24

   see also FRANKFURT COLLECTION

CONFERENCES

   Collector international II. 11:13

   4th International Congress of Historical Model Soldier

Collectors. 14:7 ; 16:13

   International Congress of Model Soldier Collectors. 16:35

   Kulmbach convention 1967. 20:12 ; 23:34

   Kulmbach Jamboree. 12:7-8

   Waterloo Congress, Brussels, 1965. 6:30

   Waterloo convention. 10:33

CONNOLLY, T.W.J. History of the Royal Sappers and Miners. 1857.

   Illustrations from. 64:2-5

CONNOER, J. (Sgt., 77th Regt.)

   Letter from Crimean war. 28:28,30

CONSCRIPTION

   Dennis, Peter. Decision By Default. 63:36

COOK, JAMES (1728-1779)

   Captain Cook. 17:5

COOPER, H. JOHN

   Chancellorsville 1863. London: Charles Knight, 1972. (Knight’s

Battles for Wargamers). 67:34

   First Bull Run 1861. London: Charles Knight, 1971. (Knight’s

Battles for Wargamers). 57:38

COOPER, LEONARD. The King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

   London: Leo Cooper, 1970. 48:38

COPE, KENNETH L. Stevens Pistols and Pocket Rifles. Ottawa:

   Museum Restoration Service, 1971. 61:34

CORR, GERALD H.

   Captain Channer, first winner of the Victoria Cross in Malaya.

58:28-30

CORUNNA, BATTLE OF (16 Jan. 1809)

   Corunna. 7:3

COSSACKS

   Colours of the Cossack troops under the Emperor Nicholas I

1925-1856. 52:2-5

COSTUME

   Kelly, Francis M. & Randolph Schwabe. Short History of Costume

and Armour 1066-1900. 65:33

COTURRI, PAOLO

   Letter on the Army of the Vosges. 67:40

COUSINS, GEOFFREY. The Defenders. London: Frederick Muller,

   1968. 26:25

CREIGHTON-WILLIAMSON, DONALD. York & Lancaster Regiment. London:

   Leo Cooper, 1968. (Famous Regiments). 58:38

CRESTS

   Some famous crests of the 14th and 15th centuries. 2:7

CREW, GRAEME. The Royal Army Service Corps. London: Leo Cooper,

   1970. (Famous Regiments). 51:37

 

 

 

CRIMEAN WAR (1853-1856)

 

CRIMEAN WAR (1853-1856)

   Alma to Balaclava. 28:12

   Annie Laurie. 19:3

   Balaclava to Inkerman. 28:21

   British army. 28:3-4

   British campaign medals-the Crimea War. 37:15,32 ; letter on

41:40 ; response 43:40

   Crimean War 1954-1956. 28:plates

   Forgotten but colourful war. 1:23-24 ; letter on 2:31

   Inkerman to Sebastopol. 28:30-31

   Introduction [to special Crimean issue]. 28:1-3

   Invasion. 28:4

   Letter from a nurse. 28:11-12

   Letter from Sebastopol. 31:9-10

   Letter on Russian Crimea medal. 56:40

   Russian colours and standards in the Crimean War. 44:13-17

   Special issue. 28

   Transportation of casualties in the Crimea. 30:28-32

   see also ALMA, BATTLE OF THE (20 Sept. 1854)

BALACLAVA, BATTLE OF (25 Oct. 1854)

INKERMAN, BATTLE OF (5 Nov. 1854)

SEBASTOPOL, BATTLE OF (8 Sept. 1855)

CRIMP, R.L. The Diary of a Desert Rat. London: Leo Cooper, 1971.

   61:34

CROCIANI, PIERO

   Albanian troops in the service of Naples. 57:22-25

   Cisalpine officer’s uniforms. 63:16,20

   Czechoslovak corps on the Italian front during the First World

War. 54:6-9

   Francesco III d’Este and the army of Modena 1737-1760. 65:29-32

   Garibaldi’s ‘Legions Italiana’ at the defence of Rome 1849. 56:

11-15

   Italian Guide Regiment. 58:17-19

   Kingdom of Italy medical officers. 62:4,27

   Letter on his “Napoleon’s Italian army” articles. 51:40

   Napoleon’s Italian army. I. 43:17-20 ; II. 44:28-29, errata

51:40 ; III. 46:21-24, errata 51:40 ; IV. 47:28-31, errata

51:40 ; V. 48:29-32, errata 51:40 ; letter on flags and res-

ponse 49:40

   Napoleon’s Italian navy. 53:11-13,35

   National Guard of Modena, 1798. 74:38-39

   Papal carbineers. 59:9-13

   ‘Reggimento di Toscana’ in the Seven Years War. 52:29-31

   Swiss battery of artillery in the Papal service. 68:21-23

CROMWELL, OLIVER (1599-1658)

   Young, Peter. Cromwell. 5:24 ; 31:30

CROPREDY BRIDGE, BATTLE OF (1644)

   Toynbee, Margaret & Peter Young. Cropredy Bridge 1644. 47:36

CROW, DUNCAN

   British & Commonwealth Armoured Formations 1919-46. Windsor:

Profile, 1972. (Profile Books 2). 63:36

   U.S. Armor-Cavalry. London: Profile, 1973. 68:35

CROWE, JOHN

   Captain John Crowe, VC. 11:36

 

 

 

 

CRUICKSHANK, C.G.

 

CRUICKSHANK, C.G. Army Royal: Henry VIII’s Invasion of France,

   1513. Oxford University Press, 1969. 33:30

CRYPTOGRAPHY

   a Brief outline of military cryptography. 42:21,24 ; 43:30

CUESTA, JULIO ALBI DE LA

   Carlist cavalry during the 1st Carlist War 1833-40. 67:21-25,32

CUIRASSIER HELMETS

   French models 1854, 1872. 18:31 ; 21:38 ; 24:40

CULLODEN, BATTLE OF (16 Apr. 1746)

   Battle of Culloden. 6:10-11,16-17

   Culloden. 16:11-12

   Letter on the 4th Foot at Culloden. 30:39

CUNLIFFE, MARCUS. Soldiers and Civilians: the Martial Spirit in

   America 1775-1865. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1968. 37:33

CUTLER, C.J.

   Letter on “Medical science” (13:5). 18:39

CYPRUS

   Long way from home. 25:3

CZAPKAS

   Officer’s lance cap, 5th Royal Irish Lancers, c. 1890. 48:28

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

   -to 1918

Czechoslovak corps on the Italian front during the First

  World War. 54:6-9

   -1918-1939

Czech soldiers, 1938. 16:12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D

 

DA MOTTA TEIXEIRA, ROBERTO C

   Brazilian and Paraguayan uniforms of the 1965-70 war. 69:30-32

DALTON, CHARLES. Waterloo Roll Call. London: Arms & Armour Press,

   1971. 54:37

DANDELION WINE

   St. George’s Day. 19:4

DANJOU, JEAN (d. 1863)

   Legio Patria Nostra. 22:4-5

DAUBRAWA, H. de

   Lieutenant General the Hon. Henry Beauchamp Lygon, Col. of the

10th Hussars. 42:cover [Ackermann, Rudolph]

DAVIES, K. & D. Bishop. Railways and War Before 1918. London:

   Blandford, 1972. 63:33

DAVIS, BRIAN L. German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933-45.

   London: Arms & Armour Press, 1973. 61:33

DAVIS, PETER & H. John Cooper. First Bull Run 1861. London:

   Charles Knight. 1971. (Knights Battles for Wargamers). 57:38

DAVIS, PETER J.

   Letter on 23rd Foot at Waterloo. 13:39

   Letter on war games. 19:38

   Unusual hats of the 23rd Fusiliers. 13:13

DAWNAY, N.P. & A.E. Haswell. Military Drawings & Paintings in the

   Royal Collection. London: Phaidon, 1966. Vol. I. 19:31, 20:11 ;

Vol. II. 46:37

DAYES, EDWARD

   Foot Guards & Line. London: 1792-3. (Ogilby #228)

[4] Officer, Btl. co., Coldstream Guards. 76:plate

    Sgt., centre co., Coldstream Guards. 76:plate

[5] Sgt., Grenadier co., Coldstream Guards. 76:plate

    Private, Grenadier co., Coldstream Guards. 76:plate

[6] Drummer, Coldstream Guards. 76:plate

    Private, centre co., Coldstream Guards. 76:plate

   Gunner, Royal Artillery, 1792. 18:12

   Officer, Royal Artillery, 1792. 18:9

DE BRACK, ANTOINE FORTUNE, Gen. (1789-1850)

   General de Brack. 6:23 ; 8:31 ; 18:7

   General de Brack explains how to charge guns. 19:5

   General de Brack on battle tactics. 18:7

   General de Brack on charges. 12:6 ; 13:7 ; 16:10

   General de Brack on patrols. 10:5 ; 11:38-39

   Hints from General de Brack. 7:5

DE CASTELLA DE DELLEY, RUDOLPHE. 2eme Regiment Suisse. 1806-

   1814. Courtepin: the Author. 23:34

DE WILDE, F.G.

   Letter on cover painting (51). 56:40

   Letter on “Dutch army in the War for Belgian Independence”

(65:2-7). 68:40

DEAKIN, THOMAS J.

   Bengal lancers and Yankee horse soldiers. 54:12,35

   Letter on “British campaign medals-the Crimea War” (37:15,32).

41:40 ; response 43:40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Decisive Battles of the Second World War

 

Decisive Battles of the Second World War. London: Arthur Barker,

   1967. 24:13

DEIGHTON, LEA. Declarations of War. London: Jonathan Cape, 1971.

   59:38

DELAVAL, GEORGE, Capt. R.N. (ca. 1700)

   Captain Delaval’s memorandum. 32:18,25

DELEUZE, LUCIEN

   Obituary. 11:1

DELHI DURBAR (1911)

   Herald and state trumpeter. 73:cover

DENMARK

   -General

Kannick, P. The Danish Infantry’s Uniforms and Equipment

  Throughout the Past 200 Years. 24:23

   -1793-1815

Assault on Stralsund, 1809. I. 52:22-25,36-37 ; II. 53:

  2-7 ; corrections 54:40

Battle of Boden, 4 Dec. 1813. 64:14-16,20

Danish troops in the French XIII Army Corps 1813. 64:cover,

  20

Danish uniforms. 54:40

Hansen, Christian Wurgler & Torstein Snorrason. Danish

  Uniforms 1800-15. 57:37

Russo-Swedish war. 18:34-35 ; 19:18-19,31

Uniforms of Danish troops. 53:2-7

--Cavalry. Light Dragoon Regiment of Jutland

  1813-14 for campaign in N. Germany. 56:cover, 33

--Generals and staff officers

  Danish adjutant general, c. 1806. 57:14-15

   -1815-1939

Hvidt, A.N. 1889-Gevoeret id et danske Forsvars Tieneste.

  24:23

--Generals and staff officers

  Denmark, general officers, c. 1870-1918. 21:22-26,28

DENNIS, PETER. Decision by Default. London: Routledge & Kegan

   Paul, 1972. 63:36

DERO-BECKER. Collection des costumes militaries de toutes les

   nations. Paris, 1832. (Ogilby #237)

#17 Lanciers du Bengale, armee Hollandaise dans l’Inde

    occidentale. 65:plate

DERVISHES

   21st Lancers & the Dervish army at Omdurman in 1898. I. 35:7-

13 ; II. 36:6-11

DESERTERS

   Military executions. 2:3 ; 11:40

DESFONTAINES, J.

   Royalist soldiers. ill. 11:38-39

DETTINGEN, BATTLE OF (27 June 1743)

   Orr, Michael. Dettingen 1743. 67:34

DEULEOY, Dr.

   Letter on Tradition. 3:31

Deutsches Soldateniahrbuch 1967/15, Deutscher Soldaten-Kalendar.

   Munchen: Schild-Verlag. 22:24

DEVON

   Andriette, Eugene A. Devon & Exeter in the Civil War. 62:35-36

 

 

 

D’HILLIERS, BARAGUEY

 

D’HILLIERS, BARAGUEY

   Illustration of 31:plate

DICKINSON, R.J. Officer’s Mess-Life and Customs in the Regiments.

   Tunbridge Wells: Midas Books, 1973. 76:38

DIGHTON, DENIS

   Officer of the 15th King’s Own Hussars,c. 1830. 10:cover

DIGONNET, B.

   Letter on Tradition and “Sabres in Hand.” 7:38

DIORAMAS

   Diorama of battle of Soedra Staeket. 54:40

   Landscape modelling. 1:25

DISCIPLINE

   ‘Loss of the Birkenhead.’ 44:34

DOBSON, WILLIAM

   “Charles II” (drawing from). 10:14

DOLLECZEK, ANTON. Monographie der k.u.k. Osterr.-ung. Blanken

   und Handfeuer-Waffen. Graz: Akademische Druck und

   Verlagsanstalt, 1970. 47:38

DONDOGLIO, MIGUEL

   Squadron of mounted chasseurs of the Andean Liberation

Army 1817-1821. 71:10-11

DONE, P.

   Battle of Ghuznee 1839. 13:34-35 ; letter on 14:39

   Sailors against sepoys. 14:6-7

   Siege at Jellalabad. 16:26-28

DORE, R.N. The Civil War in Cheshire. Chester: Chershire Community

   Council, 1966. 16:12

DORNBUSCH, C.E. The Canadian Army, 1855-1965. Cornwallville,

   N.Y.: Hope Farm Press, 1966. 23:34

DORNFEST, WALTER T.

   German regiment in America 1776-83. 69:14-15

   Letter on Hessian troops in America. 5:30 ; reply 8:38

DRESCHEL, ANDREW

   Defence of La Haye Sainte, Waterloo-18th June 1815. 52:34-35

Dress distinctions of the Scottish regiments. (series of cards)

   Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 56:20, plate

   Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 58:20, plate

   Gordon Highlanders. 60:20, plate

   Highland Light Infantry. 58:20, plate

   King’s Own Scottish Borderers. 58:20, plate

   Princess Louise’s Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. 60:20, plate

   Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders. 60:20, plate

   Royal Scots (Lothian Regt.). 56:20, plate

   Scots Guards. 56:20, plate

   Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs). 60:20, plate

   2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys). 56:20, plate

   Letters on 62:40

Dress Regulations, 1846. London: Arms & Armour Press, 1971.

   57:35

Dress Regulations for the Army, 1900. London: Arms & Armour

   Press. 39:38

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRILL

 

 

DRILL

   Grant, George. The New Highland Military Discipline of 1757.

24:38

   Perfect drill sergeant. 14:2

DRUM-MAJORS

   Chef de musique de la Garde du General en chef a St. Dominque

(1802). 39:plate

   French drum majors. 43:12-13

   French drum-majors of the First Empire. 22:27-29

   Garde imperial Chasseur a Pied. Tambour major. 8:37

   Royal Marines drum major 1828. 18:plate

   Royal Marines master of the band 1828. 18:plate

   2nd Regt. of Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard, drum major. 5:26

   Senior drum major. 11:37

DRUMMERS

   British infantry 1751. 20:plate

   Drummer, Grenadier co., 75eme Demi-brigade 1800. 42:plate

D.S. see SCHEINMAN, DAVID

DUCKERS, PETER

   Egypt medal of 1882. the Tel-eh-Kebir campaign. 76:14-18

DUFFY, CHRISTOPHER. The Wild Goose and the Eagle. London: Chatto

   & Windus, 1964. 3:11

DUNCAN, NIGEL. 79th Armoured Division Hobo’s Funnies. Windsor:

   Profile, 1972. (Profile Books 3). 63:36

DUTCH WAR, 2nd (1672-1678). see FEHRBELLIN, BATTLE OF (28 June

   1675)

DYNELEY, THOMAS (1782-1860)

   Peninsular papers. I. 31:2-7 ; II. 32:2-6 ; III. 33:2-8 ; IV.

34:2-7 ; V. 35:2-6 ; VI. 36:2-5 ; VII. 37:2-5

 

 

 

E

 

 

EADES, TOM. The War Diary and Letters of Corporal Eades, 1915-

   1917. Cambridge: Cambridge Aids to Learning Ltd., 1972. 68:34

EAST INDIA COMPANY

   British cavalry of the Honourable East India Company. 36:

32-35,28

   John Company’s army. 51:22-23

EBERSBERG, Baron von (ca. 1810)

   Letter on. 56:40 (identified with painting 53:cover)

EDGEHILL, BATTLE OF (23 Oct. 1642)

   Edgehill 1642: an appreciation of Brig. Peter Young’s Edgehill

1642” 25:8-9,20

   Young, Peter. Edgehill 1642. 24:13 ; 25:8-9,20

EDGINGTON & CO. (London)

   Obituary 108 Old Kent Rd. 26:4-6

EDWARD VII (Great Britain) (1841-1910)

   Royal flush. 26:3

EDWARDS, T.J. Regimental Badges. London: Charles Knight & Co.,

   1972. 62:33

EGGENBERGER, DAVID. Dictionary of Battles, from 1479 B.C. to the

   Present. London: Allen & Unwin, 1967. 32:30

 

 

EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN (1798-1801)

 

EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN (1798-1801)

   Egyptian campaign 1801. 2:3

   88th Demi-brigade of the French army in Egypt, Sept.

I. 56:2-7 ; II. 57:5-8

   France – Egyptian campaign 1801. 15:32-33

   Uniforms and equipment of the French army in Egypt 17

I. 42:2-7, plates ; II. 43:21-26, plate ; III. 47:18 ,

plate

EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN (1882-1885)

   Armed trains, Egypt, 1882. 25:10-12

   British artillery, Egypt, 1882. I. 26:20-23 ; II. 27:

letter on 32:36

   British campaign medals-the Egypt medal 1882. I. 44:3

letter on 47:40 ; II. 46:29,35

   Egypt medal of 1882. the Tel-el-Kebir campaign. 76:14

   Letter on Royal Horse Artillery uniform, Egypt 1882.

   see also TEL-EH-KEBIR, BATTLE OF (13 Sept. 1882)

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

   Cavalry in Marlborough’s day. 37:6-14

   Letters saying that 18th century uniforms neglected.

38:40

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT DAVID (1890-1969)

   Sixsmith, E.K.G. Eisenhower as Military Commander. 66

ELBA

   British troops on Elba. 3:3 ; 5:29 ; 7:38

ELLIS, C. & D. Bishop

   Military Transport of World War I. London: Blandford,

49:38

   Military Transport of World War II. London: Blandford,

61:39

ELLIS, L.F. The War in France & Flanders 1939-1940. quo

ELPHINSTONE, MOUNTSTUART. An Account of the Kingdom of

   (1815). Reprint. Graz: Akademische Druck und Verlagsa

   1969. 42:38

EMBLTON, G.A.

   Austro-Hungarian hussars 1812. 35:32-33

   Confederate States of America. 39:16-17

   Confederate States of America, 1861. 41:8-9

   Field service uniform of the Imperial German army 1914.

32:8-11 ; 33:10-11

   5th Goorkha Regt., Peiwar Kotal, 2nd Afghan War 1879.

   42nd Royal Highlanders at Ticonderoga, 1758. 19:cover

   French army in Canada. 24;4-7, letters on 26:14, 29:40

II. 26:12-13

   French drum majors of the 1st Empire. 22:27-29

   French light infantry, 1806. 32:34

   Garde francais, Fontenoy, 1745-50. 24:cover

   German uhlans, c. 1910. 34:8-13

   Germany 1914-1918, assault detachments. 25:22-23,14

   Grenadier, French Imperial Guard, c. 1812. 31:cover

   Lord Cardigan. 28:cover

   Nativer officer, service dress, Afghan War. 45:plate

   New England outpost. ill. 19:13-16 ; 20:2-4 ; 21: 5-7

   Officer, French carabineers, c. 1812. 26:cover

   Our cover. 22:29

 

 

 

EMBLETON, G.A. (con’t.)

 

   Peninsular papers. ill. I. 31:2-7 ; II. 32:2-6 ; III. 33:2-8 ;

IV. 34:2-7 ; V. 35:2-6 ; VI. 36:2-5 ; VII. 37:2-5

   Prussian dragoons 1740-1786. 25:15-18

   Prussian Landwehr 1813-1815. 38:22-26

   Rifleman, 2nd (Prince of Wales’s Own) Goorkha Regt. 1889.

45:plate

   Russian infantry & Jager regiments 1812-15. 25:19

   Standard of Austrian dragoons, c. 1812. 21:cover

   Subaltern, elite co., 9th Hussars, 1812. 29:cover

   Uniforms of the First World War, 1914. 1923

   United States infantry 1814. 35:18-20

   Zulu army. ill. 23:12-17,33

EMBLETON, R.S.

   Battle of Balaclava. ill. 31:14-19

   French army in Canada: frontier soldiers. 26:10-12

   Rogers’ Rangers. 23:cover, 22-25

   16th Light Dragoons 1759-1780. 26:26-27

EMIGRES. see FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY AND NAPOLEONIC WARS

ENGINEERS

   Corps of Sappers & Miners, Continental Army 1780. 69:33

   French Imperial Guard, Sapeurs de Genie 1811-1815. 69:16-18

   Letter on engineers at battle of Ghuznee. 14:39

   Letter on Royal Engineers at San Sebastien. 66:39

   McDill, W.A. A History of the Corps of Canadian Engineers. v. 2

1936-1946. 29:19

   Royal Engineers, 1778-1823. 57:30-33

   Royal Engineers, 1914, staff sgt., full dress. 53:34-35

   Royal Sappers & Miners. 64:2-5,20 ; letter on 66:39

   Soldier Artificier Co. 51:11-13

   Tunic of sgt. bandsman, 1901 [1st Middlesex Engineers

Volunteers]. 29:24

   Volunteer engineers “at work”. 63:plate [Payne, Harry. Our

Volunteers]

ENGLAND

   -Ancient period

Forgotten fight? 7:6

Roman Wroxeter. 5:23

Shipway, George. Imperial Governor. 29:18

   -Medieval period

Barclay, C.N. Battle 1066. 15:6

Battle of Lewes 1264. 13:4-5

Camelot. 17:3 ; 21:2

Development of armour during the Hundred Years War. I. 7:34-

  36, errata 8:4 ; II. 1340-1410. 8:34-36 ; III. 1410-1430

  10:6-8,11

Did you know? 16:12

Featherstone, Donald. The Bowmen of England 24:23

Firearms at the battle of Barnet. 18:22

Johnson, David. Alfred the Great. 36:36

Nicolas, Nicholas Harris. History of the Battle of

  Agincourt. 52:38-39

Normans, 1066. 4:9

1066 and that. 13:4

Royal standard. 13:4

Some famous crests of the 14th and 15th centuries. 2:7

 

 

 

ENGLAND, -Medieval Period (con’t.)

 

Unusual war memorial. 5:23

   -1485-1642

Cruickshank, C.G. Army Royal, Henry VIII’s Invasion of

  France, 1513. 33:30

Our heritage. 15:5

Light cavalry, 1547. 1:22

War effort, 1588. 17:3

   -1642-1660

Andriette, Eugene A. Devon & Exeter in the Civil War. 62:35-36

Casualty of the Civil War. 17:4

Cavalier colonel. 15:6

Cavalier’s monument. 16:12

Cavalier’s will. 11:38

Civil War battle recreated. 13:10-11

Cromwell’s army. 21:2

Details from William Dobson’s Charles II. 10:14

Diary of Abraham de la Pryme 2:12

Dore, R.N. The Civil War in Cheshire. 16:12

English Civil War diary. 1:12

Letter on pace of cavalry charges.  22:36

Letter on uniforms. 15:35

Murder most foul. 20:11

Quarter sessions records. 11:37-38

Rogers, H.C.B. Battles and Generals of the Civil Wars, 1642-

  1651. 31:30,31

Roundhead uniforms. 7:5

Royal Oak. 24:3

Royalist prisoner. 16:12

Royalist soldiers. 11:38

Royalist tombstone. 3:12

Royalist uniforms. 13:5

Sea cavalier. 32:12-13,32 ; 33:9-10

Sir Charles Lucas. 24:12

Uniforms of the English Civil War. 3:12

Unusual monument. 6:23

Worthy commander. 19:4

see also CROPREDY BRIDGE, BATTLE OF (29 June 1644)

EDGEHILL, BATTLE OF (23 Oct. 1642)

MARSTON MOOR, BATTLE OF (2 July 1644)

   -1660-

see GREAT BRITAIN

ENGLISH CIVIL WAR (1642-1651). see ENGLAND, -1642-1660

EPAULETTES

   Letter on French 1st Empire epaulettes. 20:33-34

   see also SHOULDER STRAPS

EPITAPHS

   Memories of the South African war. 26:3

Equipment of Infantry, Presented by Order of the Secretary of

   State for War, June, 1865. 12:16-25

ERLEM, C.

   Letter on Royal Horse Artillery, response to (1:26). 2:30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ESCHAUZIER, L.

 

ESCHAUZIER, L. & L. Mansion

   Officers of the British Army. London: Spooner, 1833-36.

(Ogilby #888)

  #33 78th Highlanders or Ross-shire Buffs. 74:cover

ESSAME, H.

   The Battle for Europe 1918. London: Batsford, 1972. 63:33

   The Battle for Germany. London: Batsford, 1969. 36:36-37

ESSENWEIN, A. Quellan zur Geschichte der Feuerwaffen. Graz:

   Akademische Druck und Verlagsanstalt, 1969. 37:34

ETHIOPIA

   Unusual command. 22:3

EUGENE OF SAVOY (1663-1736)

   Heeresgeschichtliches Museum (Vienna). Catalogue of the Ex-

hibition in Commemoration of the 300th Birthday of Prince

Eugene of Savoy. 27:3

EVANS, ALEXANDER

   Note on Imperial Guard at Waterloo. 8:4

EVANS, GEOFFREY. Slim as Military Commander. London: Batsford,

   1969. 32:31

EVANS, GEORGE

   Letter from the Crimean War. 28:27-28

EVANS, GILES

   Prussian and Bavarian general officers in parade and gala uni-

form 1910-1914. 1:12-13 ; letter on 2:31

EVERS, C.H.

   Letter on museums. 27:36

EWART, CHARLES (Sgt. Scots Greys)

   Sgt. Ewart. 17:5 ; letter on 19:37

EXETER

   Andriette, Eugene A. Devon & Exeter in the Civil War. 62:35-36

EXHIBITIONS

   European arms and armour. 16:2-4

   Royal Artillery exhibition. 16:34

EYLAU, BATTLE OF (8 Feb. 1807)

   Cavalry charge of Marshal Murat at Eylau. 36:21-23,31

   Rochling, C. “5000 Prussian troops of the l’Estocqschen Corps

led by Scharnhorst...” 46:plate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F

 

Famous Regiments. Hamish Hamilton. 24:13 ; 27:30 ; 57:38 ; 58:38

Famous Regiments. Leicester: Jayprint Products. (plates). 62:38

FARRAR-HOCKLEY, A.H. The Somme. London: Batsford, 1964. 5:22-23

FAULK, ODIE B. & Sidney B. Brinckerhoff. Lancers for the King.

   Phoenix: Arizona Historical Society, 1965. 23:11

FAZAN, E.A.C.

   Letter on reader service in Tradition. 2:30

FEATHER, FREDERICK

   Letter on 1st (Sumski) Hussars. 20:34

FEATHERSTONE, DONALD F.

   All for a Shilling a Day. London: Jarrolds, 1966. 19:31

   At Them With the Bayonet. London: Jarrolds, 1968. 26:3 ; 26:25

   Battle Notes for Wargamers. Newton Abbott: David & Charles,

1973. 74:30

   Battles With Model Soldiers. Newton Abbott: David & Charles,

1970. 49:37 ; 67:33 ; 75:9

   The Bowmen of England. London: Jarrolds, 1967. 24:23

   Forgotten but colourful war. 1:23-24 ; letter on 2:31

   Handbook for Model Soldier Collectors. London: Kaye & Ward,

1969. 38:39

   Macdonald of the 42nd. London: Seely Service, 1971. 61:34

   Military Modelling. London: Kaye & Ward, 1970. 51:39

   Naval War Games. London: Stanley Paul, 1965. 12:13

   Poitiers 1356. London: Charles Knight, 1972. (Knight’s Battles

for Wargamers). 67:34

   War Game Campaigns. London: Stanley Paul, 1970. 47:38

   Wargames Through the Ages 3000 B.C.-A.D. 1500. London: Stanley

Paul. 62:35

FEDEROV & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes de l’Armee

   imperiale russe sous Nicolas. St. Petersburg, 1837. (Colas

   #1044, Lipperheide #2377)

# 1 Officers, (full dress & undress) Life Gd. Cuir. Regt.

    42:plate

# 22 Officers (walking out dress & full dress winter) and

    field officer (full dress summer) Gd. Gren. Regt.

    Pavlovsky. 41:plate

# 24 Grenadier (winter dress) & NCO (summer dress) Gd. Gren.

    Regt. Pavlovsky. 42:plate

# 25 Officers (full dress & undress) 1st Life Gd. Art. Brig.

    41:plate

# 27 Gunners, 1st Life Gd. Art. Brig. 41:plate

# 50 Standard bearer, Life Gd. Dragoon Regt. 41:plate

# 53 NCO & trumpeter (full dress) Gd. Lancer Regt. 41:plate

# 54 Troopers, (campaign dress) Gd. Lancer Regt. 41:plate

# 76 Troopers, regiment of Horse Guards. 36:plate

# 78 Trumpeters, regiment of Horse Guards. 36:plate

# 90 Hussar (campaign dress) Guard Hussar Regt. 36:plate

# 98 Field officers (parade dress) Guard Lancer Regt. 36:plate

#117 Drummer & standard bearer, Grenadier Regiment Pavlovsky,

    c. 1835. 35:plate

   Kettledrummer, Chevalier Guard regiment. 35:plate

   Mounted field officer and junior officer, Chevalier Guard

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEDEROV (con’t.)

 

  regiment. 35:plate

Musician and standard bearer, Life Guard Grenadier Regt.

  35:plate

Officer, Crimean Tartar Guard squadron, c. 1835. 35:cover

   Imperial Russian Palace Grenadiers, c. 1835. 72:plate

FEHRBELLIN, BATTLE OF (28 June 1675)

   Frederick William the Great Elector and the Fehrbellin

campaign. 72:24-26

FENCING

   Castle, Edgerton. Schools and Master of Fence. 36:37

FENTIE, WILLIAM E.

   Officer, 11th Hussars (Prince Albert’s Own) 1854. 49:cover

FENWICK, GEORGE ROE

   Sebastopol, a night in the advance. 29:26-31

FERDINAND, Archduke (Austria-Hungary) (1781-1850)

   Ferdinand of Austria. 67:12-13

FERNANDEZ, CRISTIAN

   Argentine army 1814-1819: Husares y Guias de la Guardia del

Director Supremo. 74:32-33

   Some Argentine uniforms. 76:2-3

FESTBERG, ALFRED N. Australian Army Insignia, 1903-1966.

   Military Historical Society of Australia, Victorian Branch,

   1967. 23:11

FIELD UNIFORMS

   Battledress of the Kaffir War 1850-1853. I. 60:28-29 ; II.

61:12-13,32

   British field service uniforms, Sudan 1898. 19:26-28,30

   Field service uniform of the Imperial German army 1914-1915.

I. 32:8-11 ; II. 33:10-11

   14th Regiment of Foot. 5:3

   Peninsular uniforms. 1:19

   Royal Scots in Zululand 1888. 2:3

   Some notes on military costume worn during the Indian Mutiny

1857-1858. I. 29:10-17 ; II. 30:13-20; letter on 32:36

   21st Lancers & the Dervish army at Omdurman in 1898. I. 35:7-

13 ; II. 36:6-11

FINAN, JAMES S.

   Fort Henry Guard. I. 61:8-11,21 ; II. 62:14-15,20

FINLAND

   Russo-Swedish war. I. 17:6-7,30-31,40

FITZGERALD, ARCHIBALD (1817-1942)

   Unusual record. 16:10

FLAGS AND STANDARDS

   American regimental colours in Chelsea Hospital. 54:13-15

   British colours, Waterloo period. 16:8

   Cavalry standards of the Italian states. 61:30, plates

   Colours and standards of the Grand Duchy of Baden in the

Napoleonic period. 72:27-29

   Colours of the army of the Grand Duchy of Wurzburg 1806-14.

57:2-3

   Colours of the Italian states, c. 1850. 59:30, plates

   France 1755-60, regular troops in Canada. 24:plate

   Heer und Tradition. 17:2

   Hussar Regt. von Malachowski 1741, standard bearer. 40:24-25

   Imperial Russian army: colours of the Cossack troops under the

 

 

 

FLAGS AND STANDARS (con’t.)

 

Emperor Nicholas I 1825-1856. 52:2-5

   Letter on British at Waterloo. 1937

   Letter on Brunswick colours at Waterloo. 36:40

   Letter on Dutch, Brunswick, and Hanoverian standards at

Waterloo. 21:39

   Letter on flags of the Napoleonic flags. 49:40

   Letter on Italian Napoleonic flags. 49:40

   Letter on Netherlands flags at Waterloo. 31:40

   Letter on trooping the colour. 17:39

   Medieval ensigns. 18:22

   Napoleonic eagle. 14:2-3

   Pederson, Christian Fogel. International Flag Book in Colour.

55:34,36

   Porte-drapeau, sgt. maj., 32eme Demi-brig. 1800. 42:plate

   RAF standard. 21:3

   Regnault, Jean. Les Aigles imperiales 1804-1815. 23:11

   Royal standard. 13:4

   Russian colours and standards in the Crimean War. 44:13-17

   Russian colours and standards of the Napoleonic period. 36:14-

19 ; errata 41:38

   2nd Westphalian Hussar Regt., No. 11, 1914, standard bearer.

39:28-29

   Standard of Austrian dragoons, c. 1812. 21:cover

   Standards and colours of the army 1661-1881. I. 69:7-12 ; II.

70:24-28, plates I-IV; III. 71:25-29, plates V,VII-IX ; IV.

72:17-20, plates X-XII,XVII ; V. 74:8-10 ; VI. 76:24-27

   Standards and colours of the King’s German Legion. 26:6-7

   Standards & guidons of the Life Guards. 7:12-14

   Stars & stripes, 1777. 16:10

FLOWERS, CHARLES E.

   General John Hunt Morgan’s Indiana-Ohio raid. I. 55:26-29,33 ;

II. 56:30-33 ; III. 57:13,15 ; letter on 59:40

   Some notes pertaining to the Victoria Cross. 63:10-11

FLOYD, JOHN, Sir (1748-1818)

   General Sir John Floyd, Bt. 30:9-12,37

FOCH, FERDINAND (1851-1929)

   Marshall-Cornwall, James. Foch as Military Commander. 67:34

FONTENOY, BATTLE OF (10 May 1745)

   Garde francaise, Fontenoy. 24:cover

FOREIGN TROOPS

   American War of Independence 1775-1782, some notes on the

formation and movement of German mercenary troops. 2:28-29 ;

letter on 5:30 ; reply 8:38

   Bataillon Valaison 1805-11. 2:6

   Grouvel, Robert. Les Corps de troupe de l’emigration francaise

1789-1815. 5:29

   Hennessey, Maurice N. The Wild Geese: the Irish in Exile.

71:38; 75:38

   Hompesch mounted riflemen 1801. 2:8 ; letter on 6:30 ; reply

8:38

   Irish regiments in the French army. 19:10-11,36

   London Gazette Nov. 14, 1801 [Swiss troops on Elba]. 3:3 ;

5:29 ; 7:38

   Mercenary soldiers. I. 47:8-10 ; II. 49:21-23,35 ; III. 51:22-

25

 

 

 

FOREIGN TROOPS (con’t.)

 

   Regiment de Prusse. 7:18-23

   Scots in the service of France. 16:22-24

   Trumpeter, Scottish gendarmes, c. 1724. 24:8

FORT HENRY (Kingston, Ont.)

   Fort Henry guard. I. 61:8-11,21 ; II. 62:14-15,20

FORT TOURNEVILLE (Le Havre, France)

   Fort Tourneville and the 74th Infantry Regiment. 12:6

FORTHOFFER, ROGER

   Fiches documentaries-Premier Empire. 60:38

   Neapolitan troops in Spain, 1808-13. I. 55:16-20; II. 56:25-29

FORTIFICATIONS. see MILITARY ARCHITECTURE

FOSS, CHRISTOPHER F. Armoured Fighting Vehicles of the World.

   Shepperton: Ian Allan, 1971. 58:37

FOSTEN, BRYAN

   British Territorial Force Infantry 1914-18. 6:8

   English Foot Guards 1812. 8:5

   Regimental coat of the Northampton Militia 1799. 7:37

   2nd (or Royal North British) Regiment of Dragoons (the Scots

Greys). 8:15-18

FOSTEN, D.S.V.

   Austrian-Hungarian Infantry 1809, Grenadier of the

(Gallician) Infantry Regt. No. 24 von Strauch. 44:2-7

   Austro-Hungarian army 1900-1914. 41:4-5, letter on 64:40 ;

42:20

   Baden, 1812-1813. 22:11

   Bataillon Coburg-Saalfeld at Gerona 1809. 29:20-21

   British foot artillery 1815. 42:26-27,31

   British general officer, c. 1743. 33:34

   British infantry in the Peninsular. 25:19

   British infantry officers, ca. 1680-1690. 44:18-20 ; letter on

48:40

   British infantry officers in the Peninsular campaign. 15:16

   Bucks Yeomanry 1794-1815. ill. 43:11

   Cavalry of the First Polish eastern corps in Russian 1914-18.

ill. 44:21-23,27

   Chevau-legers lanciers francais 1811-15. 13:26-27

   Colonel, the Honourable Percy Kirk’s, 2nd Regt. of Foot, the

Queen’s Regt., c. 1686. 34:14

   Cuirassiers and Heavy Cavalry. New Malden: Almark, 1973. 74:31

   Dress of the French infantry at the twilight of the First

Empire. I. 33:15-19 ; II. 34:21-28

   First Foot Guards 1815, sergeant grenadier co. 11:232

   First French Empire, Regiment de Prusse. 7:18-23

   Formation and uniforms of the British Household cavalry and the

Royal Horse Guards during the Waterloo campaign 1815. 1:4-7

   45th or Nottinghamshire Regt. 24:21-22

   France-Egyptian campaign 1801. 15:32-33

   France-train des equipages in Spain, 1812. 30:22-23

   Frankfurt collection, Peninsular War, Hessen-Darmstadt Infantry

Regt. Graf und Erbprinz 1810-1811. 41:16-17 ; 42:18-19,24

   French artillery officer, 1722. 32:32-33

   French infantry in the Peninsular. 15:31,34 ; letter 20:33-34 ;

25:26

   Fusilier, 19eme Demi-brigade, 1798-99. 43:plate

   Garde Imperiale-Chasseurs a Pied. 8:37

 

 

 

FOSTEN, D.S.V. (con’t.)

 

   Grenadier Hollandais 1809. 12:33,28

   Gurkhas. 45:2-7 ; 46:30-33

   Gurkhas: Queen’s Gurkha orderly officers. 48:34-35

   Gurkhas: VCs and GCs of those who served in Gurkha

regiments. 47:26-27

   Hessen-Darmstadt artillery in Spain 1809. 49:16-17

   Iroquois: the tigers of America. I. 39:11-14,33 ; II. 40:21-

23,33

   Letter on Simkin Yeomanry prints controversy & on C.A. Norman.

63:40 ; 66:40

   Lippe. 22:30

   Mecklenburg-Schwerin Freiwilliger Fussjager 1813-1814. 21:31

   Native officer, 44th (Sylhet) Regt. of Bengal Native Light

Infantry 1880. 46:plate

   [On him]. 3:32

   113th Foot, 1794-95. 30:36-37

   Prussia-Freikorps von Schony. 12:34-38

   Prussia, Pommeranian national cavalry regiment 1814. 21:30

   Royal South Gloucester Militia 1805. 42:25 ; letter on 47:40

   Russian general officers 1900-14. 18:2-4

   Schwarzbourg-Sonderhausen. 22:25 ; 26:19

   Some notes on military costume worn during the Indian mutiny,

1857-58. I. 29:10-17 ; II. 30:13-20 ; letter on 32:36

   Some observations on the 1742 Cloathing Book. ill. 42:32

   Spanish cavalry 1808-1814. 22:6-10

   Spanish infantry uniforms 1812-14. 11:24-25

   21st Lancers and the Dervish army at Omdurman in 1898. 35:7-

13 ; 36:6-11

   Uniform of the British 10th Hussars at Waterloo 1815. 48:9-11

   Uniform of the 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers. 38:15-

20,plates

   Uniforms and equipment of the French army in Egypt 1798-1801.

I. 42:2-7,plates ; II. 43:21-26, plates ; III. 47:18-25

   Uniforms of the 33rd Foot, c. 1751. 32:16-17

   Waterloo 1815-British infantry. 9:20-29

FOX-DAVIES, A.C. A Complete Guide to Heraldry. London: Thomas

   Nelson & Sons, 1961. 37:35

FRANCE

   -General

Aries, Christian & M. Petard. Armes blanches militaries

  francaises. 27:3 ; vols. 7 & 8. 30:24 ; vols. 9 & 10.

  44:37 ; vols. 11 & 12. 51:37 ; vols. 13 & 14. 55:34 ; vol.

  15. 56:34-35 ; v. 16. 61:34-35 ; v. 17. 62:34-35 ; v. 18.

  64:36-37 ; v. 19. 66:36-37 ; v. 20. 70:36-37

Fort Tourneville and the 74th Infantry Regt. 12:6

French Flintlock Regulation Pistols 1733-1822. 38:38

Marquiset, R. Armes a feu francaises modeles reglementaires.

  27:3 ; 41:38

Thorburn, W.A. French Army Regiments & Uniforms from the

  Revolution to 1870. 35:34

Uniforms of the French Army (notes to supplement the colour

  plates [by Vernier]). 63:19-20 ; 64:33-34 ; 66:12-13,28

Vernier, Charles. Costumes de l’armee francaise depuis Louis

  XIV jusqu’a ce jour. Paris: Aubert, 1846-50. (Colas #2995,

 

 

 

 

FRANCE, -General (con’t.)

 

  Lipperheide #2318). Plates from. 63, 64, 66, 68,

  69, 70: plates. [See Vernier, Charles for complete list of

  plates]

--Artillery

  French artillery. 51:2-5, 35

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers

  French cuirassiers. I. 1638-1804. 27:4-9 ; II. 1804-

    1809. 29:2-6 ; III. 1809-1915. 30:4-8 ; IV. 1815-70. 31:

    24-28 ; V. 1870. 32:20-25 ; VI. 1870-1886. 33:26-28

--Infantry. 51st Regt.

  51e Regt. d’Infanterie. 18:6

--Infantry. 74th Regt.

  Fort Tourneville and the 74th Infantry Regt. 12:6

--Legion etrangere

  French Foreign Legion. 51:24-25

  Windrow, Martin. The French Foreign Legion. 57:36

--Sapeurs pompiers

  Letter on. 38:40

   -Medieval period

French armour, c. 1280. 13:33

   -1661-1789

France, 1755-60 regular troops in Canada. 24:plate

French army in Canada. 24:4-7, letter on 29:40 ; 26:10-13

French infantry 1758. 19:plate

Hamilton, Edward P. The French Army in America. 23:34

Irish regiments in the French army. 19:10-11,36

Kennet, Lee. The French Armies in the Seven Years War.

  23:11

Lefferts, Charles M. Uniforms of the American, British,

  French & German Armies in the War of the American Revolu-

  tion. 62:32

Letter on Canadian mitre cap. 14:39

Scots in the service of France. 16:22-24

Some remarks on the French in Canada. 26:14

--Artillery

  French artillery officer, 1722. 32:32-33

--Cavalry. Hussars, 1st

  Officer, 1783. 17:cover ; 20:12

--Cavalry. Hussars, 2nd

  Officer of French hussars, 1783. 20:12

--Gendarmerie of France

  Trumpeter, Scottish gendarmes, c. 1724. 24:8

--Guard. Maison du Roi. Cavalry

  Some notes on the cavalry of the Maison-du-Roi. 17:26-

    28,40

--Guard. Maison du Roi. Infantry. Garde Francais

  Fontenoy, 1745. 24:cover

  Uniforms of the Garde Francais 1745-50. 24:18-20

--Guard. Maison du Roi. Infantry. Swiss Guards

  Swiss Guards of Louis XVI. 13:5

--Guard. Maison du Roi. Musketeers. 2nd Co.

  Second company, or Black Musketeers, Maison du Roi,

    1770. 59:31, cover

--Lauzun Legion

  Lauzun Legion in America 1780-83. 68:2-7

 

 

 

FRANCE, -1789-1815

 

   -1789-1815

Appendices from Siborne. 9:40-43

Army of Napoleon I. 24:plate ; 26:plate ; 27:plate

Bulletin of the battles with the Prussians & English. 9:5-7

Casualty of 1809. 13:5

Cavalry charge of Marshal Murat at Eylau. 36:21-23,31

Cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo. 34:30-34, letter

  on 41:40 ; 35:14-16

Chef de musique de la Garde du General en chef a St.

  Domingue, 1802. 39: plate [JOB. Tenues des troupes de

  France]

Crack shot. 5:3

Dress of the French army during the Waterloo campaign. I. 1:

  16-17,19, letter on 2:30 ; reply 4:31 ; reply 10:40

Drum majors of the 1st Empire. 22:27-29

Forthoffer, Roger. Fiches documentaries-Premier Empire.

  60:38

French army in Egypt (plates). 42, 43, 47:plates

French drum majors. 43;12-13

French guns in Lisbon. 10:15

French review of 1814. 17:2-3

French revolutionary soldiers looting and plundering in the

  Pfalz 1793. 44:plate [Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

French troops under Gen. Kellermann crossing the border into

  Prussia at Anspach 1805. 44:plate [Rochling, C. Die

  Konigin Luise]

General de Brack. 6;23 ; 7:5 ; 8;31 ; 10:5 ; 11:38-39 ;

  12:6 ; 13:7 ; 16:10 ; 18:7 ; 19:5

General Marceau. 68:12-13

Guns of Senarmont. 41:28-29 ; letter on 44:40

Guns of Senarmont in Spain. 46:34-35

Jonnes, Moreau de. Adventures in the Revolution and under

  the Consulate. 32:30

Letter on use of tirailleurs. 8:38

Letter on Waterloo equipment. 10:40

Macdonald and Lauriston at the battle of Wagram. 40:36-39

Marshal Ney’s account [of Waterloo]. 9:8-9

Medical science. 13:5 ; letter on 18:39

Napoleon leaves Malmaison. 11:29

Napoleonic eagle. 14:2-3

Napoleon’s entry into Berlin, Oct. 27, 1806. 44:plate

  [Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

Paris 1814. 17:4

Parquin, Charles. Napoleon’s Army. 35:34

Peninsular uniforms. 6:3

le Plumet. (plates). Nos. 67, 69, 70. 54;39 ; Nos. 71, 72.

  55:38 ; 60:38 ; 62:38 ; 63:37 ; 65;38

[Portraits of 1st Empire personalities]. 29:plates ;

  30:plates ; 31:plates ; 32:plates

Regnault, Jean. Les Aigles imperiales 1804-1815. 23:11

Rousselot, Lucien. Soldats d’autrefois: Mameluks. 55:34

Shako plate from Waterloo. 2:12

Some outstanding miniature headdresses. 70:8, back cover

Uniformes du Premier Empire. 47:plates ; 48:32, plates ;

  51;26-27,31 ; letters on 55:40

 

 

 

FRANCE, -1789-1815 (con’t.)

 

Uniforms and equipment of the French army in Egypt, 1798-

  1801. I. 42:2-7 ; II. 43:21-26 ; III. 47:18-25

Young, Peter. Napoleon’s Marshals. 68:36 ; 69:34-35

--Artillery

  French foot artillery 1812-1815. 58:30-31,cover

--Cavalry.

  Sabres in hand. 3;4-6 ; 4:4-8 ; 5:4-7 ; 6:24-27,1 ; 7:30-

    31 ; 7:38

  Some Napoleonic cavalry trumpeters. 21:14-16

--Cavalry. Carabiniers

  French carabineer cuirasse and helmet. 3:cover

  Officer, French carabineers, c. 1812. 26:cover

--Cavalry. Chevau-leger-lanciers

  Chevau-leger-lanciers francais 1811-1815. 13:26-27

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers

  French cuirassiers at Waterloo. 61:cover, 8:35:14

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers, 1st

  1st Regt. of Cuirassiers. 30:cover, 8 : 35:14

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers, 4th

  Trumpeter, c. 1812. 21:plate

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers, 5th

  Cuirassier. 21:plate

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers, 7th

  Marechal des logis, 1813. 40:plate [JOB]

--Cavalry. Dragoons, 9th

  Napoleon, 1st Consul in the uniform of colonel, 9th

    Dragoons. 39:15

--Cavalry. Hussars

  French hussars, 1st Empire. 17:plate

--Cavalry. Hussars, 1st

  Hussar officers 1800-1815. 15:plate

--Cavalry. Hussars, 9th

  9th Hussars. 36:21

  9th Hussars, 1st French Empire. 12:cover, 2-3

  Subaltern, elite co., 1812. 29:cover

  Trompette, companies ordinaries (1806-1812). 40:plate

    [JOB]

--Cavalry. Lancers of the Vistula, 1st Regiment

  Lancers of the Vistula in Spain 1808-1812. 55:8-11 ;

    letter on 58:40

--Compagnies d’Aerostiers

  Letter on. 64:40

--Generals and staff officers

  Aide-de-camp du Prince de Ponte Corvo avec le fils de

  Bernadotte (1808). 40:plate [JOB]

  France First Empire, aide-de-camp, Marshal’s aide. 12:14-

    15

  France First Empire, aide-de-camp to a divisional general.

    13:24 ; 20:33-34

  France First Empire, aide-de-camp to Marshal Murat. 14:19

  France First Empire, 1807, an aide-de-camp of a marshal.

    3:19

--Guard.

  Death of a guard. 47:11

  Lachouque, Henri. The Anatomy of Glory. 2nd ed. 14:9

 

 

 

FRANCE, -1789-1815 (con’t.)

 

  Letter on Imperial guard. 26:36

  Military Uniforms One-the Imperial Guard of Napoleon

    Bonaparte. 31:30

  the Two imperial guards. 42:22-24

  Uniforms of the Napoleonic campaigns. 51:20, plate ;

    letter on 56:40 [Ruhl, Moritz. Wie ashen ...]

--Guard. Artillery. Horse Artillery

  [Illustration]. 31:plate

  Imperial Guard Horse Artillery 1800-15. 15:cover, 2

--Guard. Cavalry. Chasseurs a Cheval

  Young, Peter. Chasseurs of the Guard. 59:39

--Guard. Cavalry. Chevau-legers-lanciers, 2nd Regt.

  Imperial Guard, the 2nd Regt. of Chevau-leger-

    lanciers. 13:cover, 2 ; letters on 2:30 ; 3:31 ; 4:31

  Letter on Polish lancers at Waterloo. 41:40

--Guard. Cavalry. Eclaireurs

  French Imperial Guard, Pt. II Eclaireurs. 75;21-23

--Guard. Cavalry. Gardes d’Honneur. 2nd Regt.

  First Empire France 1813-14 ... 3:27

--Guard. Cavalry. Lanciers Gendarmes

  Garde imperial, lanciers gendarmes. 8:10

--Guard. Cavalry. Mameluks

  Mameluk of the Guard. 32:plate

--Guard. Gendarmes d’Elite

  Elite Gendarmes of the Imperial Guard 1808-1814. 75:14

--Guard. Gendarmes d’ Ordonnance

  Les gendarmes d’ordonnance. 8:19

--Guard. Infantry. Chasseurs a Pied.

  Grant, Charles. Foot Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard.

    57:36

  Grenadier, 1812. 31:cover

  Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard at the battle of

    Waterloo. 47:cover

--Guard. Infantry. Grenadiers a Pied. 2nd Regt.

  Drum major, 1812. 5:26

--Guard. Infantry. Grenadiers Hollandais

  1809. 12:33,28

--Guard. Middle Guard

  Letter on Young and Middle guard. 8:38

  Letter on Middle Guard at Waterloo. 12:40

--Guard. Sapeurs du Genie

  the French Imperial Guard, Sapeurs du Genie 1811-1815.

    69:16-18

--Guard. Velites of the Guard

  Forcing house for officers. 19:20-22 ; 20:21-23

--Guard. Young Guard

  Letter on Young and Middle guard. 8:38

--Guides to Buonaparte.

  Guides to Buonaparte. 13:22-23

--Infantry

  Caporal de voltigeurs portant un guidon vert de compagnie.

    40:plate [JOB]

  Dress of the French infantry at the twilight of the First

 

 

 

 

 

FRANCE, -1789-1815 (con’t.)

 

    Empire. I. 33:15-19 ; II. 34:21-28

  French infantry in the Peninsular. 25:26

  French infantry in the Peninsular, 1809. 15:31,34 ; 20:33-

    34

  Grenadier, Demi-brigade, infantry of the line,

    disembarkation dress, 1798. 42:plate

  Voltigeur of French line infantry regiment on service in

    Spain in 1812. 22:cover

--Infantry. Light

  French light infantry 1806. 32:34

--Infantry. Light. 9th Regiment

  9th Light Inf. Regt. (Chasseurs a Pied). 48:4-5

--Infantry. Light. 10th Regiment

  10th Light Infantry Regt., French army, 1812. 52:6-7

--Infantry. Light. 16th Regiment

  16th Regiment of Light Infantry, French army in Spain,

    c. 1812. 60:cover, 21-25

--Infantry. Light. 76th Regiment

  Drum major. 43:12-13

--Infantry. Line. 3rd Regiment

  Grenadier, 1807. 10:28

--Infantry. Line. 4th Demi-brigade

  Field officer. 15:32-33

--Infantry. Line. 9th Regiment

  1809. 27:plate

--Infantry. Line. 15th Regiment

  Sergeant major of grenadiers 1807. 43:31

--Infantry. Line. 16th Demi-brigade

  Officer, 1799. 47:plate

--Infantry. Line. 18th Demi-brigade

  Grenadier en capote 1799. 42:plate

--Infantry. Line. 19th Demi-brigade

  Fusilier 1798/99. 43:plate

--Infantry. Line. 27th Regiment

  Drum major. 43:13

--Infantry. Line. 32nd Demi-brigade

  Musician 1798. 47:plate

  Porte-drapeau (sergeant major). 42:plate

--Infantry. Line. 33rd Regiment

  1806-1807. 24:plate ; 26:plate

--Infantry. Line. 55th Regiment

  Capture of the eagle of the 55th Line Inf. Regt. by the

    Black Hussars at Heilberg, E. Prussian, 10 June 1807.

    47:plate [Rockling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

--Infantry. Line. 57th Regiment

  57th Regt. of the Line, French army 1805-1807. 53:26-27

--Infantry. Line. 75th Demi-brigade

  Drummer, grenadier co. 1800. 42:plate

--Infantry. Line. 85th Demi-brigade

  1801. 43:plate

--Infantry. Line. 88th Demi-brigade

  Grenadier sergeant. 15:32-33

  88th Demi-brigade of the French army in Egypt, Sept.

    1801. I. 56:2-7 ; II. 57:5-8

 

 

 

 

FRANCE, -1789-1815 (con’t.)

 

--Infantry. Batailon Valaison

  Bataillon Valaison 1805-11. 2:6

  Valaison battalion, corporal of grenadiers and a

    fusilier 1806-1811. 40:20 ; letter on 46:40

--Infantry. Foreign Regiment, 4th

  Regiment de Prusse. 7:18-23

--Infantry. Swiss. 2nd Regiment

  De Castella de Delley, Rudolphe. 2eme Regiment Suisse

    1806-1814. 23:34

  Voltigeur, 2nd Swiss Regt. in the service of France, 1808.

    49:15

--Infantry. Swiss. 3rd Regiment

  3e Regt. Suisse-sapeur. 39:plate [JOB. Tenues des troupes

    de France]

--National Guard

  French national guards in 1789-1790. 75:35-36

  Parisian national guard, 1789-1791. 3:23

--Ouvriers Pontonniers

  Letter on. 64:40

--Semaphore Signal System

  Letter on. 64:40

--Train des equipages

  Train des equipages in Spain 1812. 30:22-23

--Lyon. Garde d’Honneur

  Cavalry. 39:plate [JOB. Tenues des troupes de France]

  Tambour, sapeur. 39:plate [JOB. Tenues des troupes de

    France]

   -1815-1852

--Cavalry. Carabiniers

  Carabiniers, c. 1830s. 61:plate [Adam, Victor. Collection

    des costumes militaries]

--Cavalry. Chasseurs a cheval

  Officer superieur de chasseurs, trompette et soldat. 61:

    plate [Adam, Victor. Collection des costumes militaries]

--Cavalry. Dragoons, 3rd Regt. (La Garonne)

  Trumpeter, 3rd Regt. of Dragoons (La Garonne) 1818. 51:14

--Cavalry. Hussars, 3rd

  Officer of the 3rd French Hussars, 1840. 18:37

--Guard. Infantry

  Swiss infantry regiment, Garde Royale 1816-1817. 54:10-11

--Guard. Infantry. 7th Regt. (1st Swiss)

  Garde Royale, 7th Inf. Regt. (1st Swiss) 1830. 55:14-15

--Guard. Infantry. 8th Regt. (2nd Swiss)

  French royal guard 1829-1830, 8th Inf. Regt. (2nd Swiss).

    39:21-22

--Infantry

  French infantry bandsmen, 1828. 44:12,31

--Infantry. Light

  French light infantry at the siege of Rome, 1849. 52:26-27

--Marines equipages de ligne

  Marines equipages de Ligne, 1825. 46:17,24

--National Guard. Staff

  Etat major de la Garde nationale 1830s. 62:plate [Adam,

    Victor. Collection des costumes militaries]

 

 

 

 

FRANCE, -1852-1871

 

   -1852-1871

Charette Zouaves, 1870. 16:10

Charles, Duc de Luynes 1870. 19:3

1870:71 France. 18:30-31 ; letter on 21:38

French army in Mexico 1863-1867. 35:17

French army in the Franco-Prussian War 1870-71. I. Generali-

  ties, infantry line & light. 63:21-27 ; II. African infan-

  try, Garde nationale. 64:6-12 ; III. Cavalry, cuirassiers,

  dragoons, lancers. 65:8-11,28 ; IV. Cavalry, chasseurs a

  cheval, hussars, African cavalry. 66:29-35 ; V. Artillery,

  generals & staff, rank insignia. 67:26-31 ; letter on

  69:39

General Canrobert’s despatch. 28:24-25

Lorain, Pierre & Jean Boudroit. Les armes americaines de la

  defense nationale 1870-71. 51:38

Marshal de St. Arnaud’s despatch. 28:8-9

Mauni, Roger de. The Franco-Prussian War. 48;38

Minor tactics 1870. 15:4-5

Romanticism in military fashion during the Franco-Prussian

  War 1870-1871. 70:30-31

--Army of the Vosges

  Franc-tireurs of the Army of the Vosges. 72:22-23

  Letter on. 67:40

--Cantinieres

  Uniforms of the 2nd French Empire. 58:plates [ Sinnett, F.

    Les cantinieres francaises]

--Cavalry

  New uniforms for the French cavalry. 1860. 54:34-35

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers

  Helmet models 1854 and 1872. 18:31 ; 21:38 ; 24:40

--Guard

  Uniforms of the 2nd French Empire. 58:plates [Sinnett, F.

    La Garde imperiale]

--Guard. Guides

  Kettledrummer of the Guides, Imperial Guard, 2nd French

    Empire. 38:27

--Marines

  Marines in the French army and navy. 72:14-15

   -1871-1914

Galot, A. & C. Robert. Les Uniformes de l’armee francaise

  1872-1914. 23:11 ; 27:3 ; vol. 8. 30:24 ; 38:38 ; Etats-

  majors. 41:38 ; Notes diverses. 47:36

--Cavalry. Cuirassiers

  Helmet models 1854 and 1872. 18:31 ; 21:38 ; 24:40

--Cavalry. Senegalese Spahis

  Kettledrummer of the Senegalese spahis 1913. 37:21

--Medical Services

  Medical officer, c. 1875. 66:27 [Moltzheim, A. La nouvelle

    armee francaise]

--Veterinary Services

  Veterinary officer, c. 1875. 66:27 [Moltzheim, A. La

    nouvelle armee francaise]

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRANCE, -1914-1918

 

   -1914-1918

Marshal Petain. 18:7

Marshall-Cornwall, James. Foch as Military Commander. 67:34

--Infantry

  French infantry, 1914-1918. 7:7

--Generals and staff officers

  Unusual uniform of World War I. 36:20

   -1945-

--Legion etrangere

  Veterans of the Foreign Legion. 11:37

FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR (1870-1871)

   Charette Zouaves 1870. 16:10

   Charles, Duc de Luynes, 1870. 19:3

   1870-71 France. 18:30-31 ; letters on 21:38 ; 24:40

   Franc-tireurs of the Army of the Vosges. 72:22-23

   French army in the Franco-Prussian War 1870-71. I. 63:21-27 ;

II. 64:6-12; III. 65:8-11,28 ; IV. 66:29-35 ; V. 67:26-31 ;

letter on 69:39

   Letter on Army of the Vosges. 67;40

   Letter on French cavalry. 69:39

   Lorain, Pierre & Jean Boudroit. Les armes americaines de la

defense nationale 1870-71. 51:38

   Marines in the French army and navy. 72:14-15

   Mauni, Roger de. The Franco-Prussian War. 48:38

   Minor tactics, 1870. 15:4-5

   Romanticism in military fashion during the Franco-Prussian War

1870-1871. 70:30-31

   33rd East Prussian Fusiliers in the War of 1870/71. I. 14:

22-25 ; II. 15:12-15

   see also REZONVILLE, BATTLE OF (16 Aug. 1870)

FRANK, BENIS M. & Henry I. Shaw. Victory & Occupation-History of

   U.S. Marine Corps Operations in WWII. USMC, 1968. 57:37-38

FRANKFURT

   Frankfurter Burgerlicher Canonir. 16:11

FRANKFURT COLLECTION

   Baden 1812-1813. 22:11

   Battalion Coburg-Saalfeld at Gerona 1809. 29:20-21

   Cleve-Berg grenadier of infantry, Spain 1811. 75:40

   Introduction. 3:26

   English infantry, Spain 1809. 4:22

   Lippe. 22:30

   Lippe infantry 1809 in Spain. 3:26

   Officer, Saxon-Altenburg infantry 1808 in Spain. 5:27

   Peninsular War, Hessen-Darmstadt Infantry Regt. Graf und Erb-

prinz 1810-1811. 41:16-17 ; 42:18-19,24

   Schwarzbourg-Rudolstadt infantry in Spain 1811. 75:4

   Schwarzbourg-Sonderhausen. 22:25 ; 26:19

   6th Rheinbund Regiment Spain 1812. 75:24

FRANKLIN, MICHAEL EDWARD

   Letter. 38:40

FRASER, GEORGE MACDONALD. The General Danced at Dawn. London:

   Barrie & Jenkins, 1970. 56:38

FRAYLER, JOHN M.

   Corps of Sappers and Miners, Continental Army, 1780. 69:33

 

 

 

 

FREDERICK, J.B.M.

 

FREDERICK, J.B.M. Lineage Book of the British Armys Mounte Corps and

   Infantry 1660-1968. Cornwallville, N.Y. : Hope Farm Press,

   1969. 41:37

FRENCH AND INDIAN WARS (1689-1763)

   Black Watch at Ticonderoga 1758. 19:cover,2,36

   British infantry 1758. 19:plate

   France 1755-60, regular troops in Canada. 24:plate

   French army in Canada. 24:407 ; 26:10-13 ; 26:14 ; 29:40

   French infantry 1758. 19:plate

   Letter on Ticondergoga, Crown Point. 29:40

   Militia and provincial troops in America 1745-63. 19:17

   New England outpost. 19:13-16 ; 20:2-4 ; 21:5-7

   Roger’s Rangers. 23:cover. 22-25

   Some remarks on the French in Canada. 26:14

   Wolfe, James. Instructions to Young Officers: and a Placart to the

Canadians. 29:19

   see also QUEBEC, BATTLE OF (13 Sept. 1759)

French Flintlock Regulation Pistols 1733-1822. Paris: Librairie

   Pierre Petitot. 38:38

FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY AND NAPOLEONIC WARS

   -Campaigns

Chandler, David. The Campaigns of Napoleon. 20:12

--Early campaigns. see TOULON, SIEGE OF (1793)

--Egyptian campaign. see EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN (1798-1801)

--1805 campaign. see AUSTERLITZ, BATTLE OF (2 Dec. 1805)

--1806 campaign

  Depleted Prussian grenadier battalion of Prince August

    defends a town against three French cavalry regiments,

    28 Oct. 1806. 46:plate [Rochling, C. Die Konigin]

  Heroic death of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia at

    Saalfeld, 10 Oct. 1806. 44:plate [Rochling, C. Die

    Konigin Luise]

  Napoleon’s entry into Berlin 27 Oct. 1806. 44:plate

    [Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

--1807 campaign. see EYLAU, BATTLE OF (8 Feb. 1807)

FRIEDLAND, BATTLE OF (14 June 1807)

HEILSBERG, BATTLE OF (10 June 1807)

--Peninsular campaign. see PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN (1808-1814)

--1809 campaign. see STRALSUND, SIEGE OF (1809)

WAGRAM, BATTLE OF (5-6 July 1809)

--Russian campaign. see RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN (1812)

--Russo-Swedish war. see RUSSO-SWEDISH WAR

--1813 campaign

  Russo-Swedish war, Part III. 20:6-7

  see also BODEN, BATTLE OF (4 Dec. 1813)

--1814 campaign

  French review of 1814. 17:2-3

  Mathieu, M.R. Dernieres victoires, 1814. 19:3

  Napoleon leaves Malmaison. 11:29 ; errata 12:39

  Paris 1814. 17:4

  Russo-Swedish war, Part III. 20:6-7

  see also MONTMIRAIL, BATTLE OF (11 Feb. 1814)

--Hundred Days. see WATERLOO, BATTLE OF (18 June 1815)

   -Cavalry

  Sabres in hand. 3:4-6 ; 4:4-8 ; 5:4-7 ; 6:24-26,1 ; 7:30-31

 

 

FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY AND NAPOLEONIC WARS, (con’t.)

 

   -Commanders. see names of individual commanders

   -Emigres

Crack shot. 5:3

Did you know. 19:3

Grouvel, Robert, Vicomte. Les Corps de troupe de

  l’emigration francaise 1789-1815. 5:29

   -Flags

Letter on flags. 33:30

   -Little known participants

Letter in Spanish and Italian uniforms. 5:29

Little known regiments. 1:26

   -Medical services

Medical science. 13:5 ; letter on 18:39

   -Naval operations

see CAPE ST. VINCENT, BATTLE OF (14 Feb. 1797)

TRAFALGAR, BATTLE OF (21 Oct. 1805)

   -Overemphasis on

Letter on. 12:40

   -Strategy

Hanger, George. Reflexions on the Menaced Invasion. 57:35

   -Tactics

Letter on tirailleurs. 8:38

Letters on tactics. 20:34-35 ; 21:38

Role of the Durham Light Infantry in the Peninsular

  campaign. I. 58:4-6,33 ; II. 59;6-8,28,31

   -Uniforms

Cassin-Scott, Jack. Uniforms of the Napoleonic Wars in

  Colour 1796-1814. 76:39

Funcken, Lilaine & Fred. Arms and Uniforms-the Napoleonic

  Wars. 74:30

Ruhl, Moritz, Wie sahe die Kriecsheere in den Kampfen von

  100 Jahren aus? 48:20, plate ; 49:20,plate ; 51:20, plates

   -Wargames

Letter on Russian unicorns. 17:39

Napoleonic war games. 2:21-22 ; 3:21-22 ; 4:18-19,14 ; 5:

  18-19,29 ; letter on 8:39

   -Weapons

Letter on rifles in. 48:40

   see also Names of individual countries, subdivision 1792-1815

FRIANT, LOUIS (1758-1829)

   [Illustration of]. 29:plate

FRIEDLAND, BATTLE OF (14 June 1807)

   Guns of Senarmont. 41:28-29 ; letter on 44:40

FROST, D.A.

   Letter on French great coats. 4:32

   Letter on Northwest Frontier bibliography. 65:40

FROWDE, PHILIP, Sir (d. 1674)

   Cavalier colonel. 15:6

FRY, T.A.

   Letter on Middle Guard at waterloo. 12:40

FRYER, BURT L.

   Letter. 1:26

FULL DRESS

   Full dress uniform of the British dragoons, c. 1904. 41:19-23

   Last of the blue. 12:5

 

FULLER, A.L.

 

FULLER, A.L.

   Soldiers (widows) never die. 10:15

FUNCKEN, LILAINE & Fred.

   Arms and Uniforms. London: Ward & Lock, 1972. 67:33

   Arms and Uniforms-the Napoleonic Wars. London: Ward & Lock,

1973. 74:30

   Le Costume et les armes des soldats de tous les temps.

Castermann, 1966. Vol. 1. 23:11

FURNEAUX, RUPERT. The Seven Years War. London: Hart-Davis, 1973.

   69:35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

G

 

GALE, RICHARD. The Worcestershire Regiment. London: Leo Cooper,

   1970. 43:36

GALLIE, J.E.

   Letter on flags of the Napoleonic wars. 33:40 ; comment 38:40

GALOT, A. & C. Robert. Les uniformes de l’armee francaise 1872-

   1914. Paris: Societe des Collectioneurs de Figurines

   historiques, 1967-1970. 23:11 ; 27:3 ; v. 8 30:24 ; 38:38 ;

   Etats-major. 41:38 ; Notes diverses. 47:36

GAMBLE, A.E.

   Letter on Canadian mitre. 14:39

GARDINER, A.S.

   Letter on Lothians & Berwickshire Yeomanry cavalry. 60:39

GARIBALDI, GUISEPPE (1807-1882)

   Swords presented to Garibaldi and his son Menotti at the

Crystal Palace. 75:33

GARRATT, C.A.J.

   Letter referring to “Ammunition expenditure” (27:2). 34:40

GARRATT, JOHN G. Model Soldiers for the Connoisseur. London:

   Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1972. 68:34

GATLING GUNS

   Toppel, Donald. R. The Gatlin Gun. 23:34

GAYLOR, JOHN. Military Badge Collecting. London: Seely, 1971.

   59:36

GEENS, LOUIS

   Plates from Wouters, G. La Garde civique belge et ses origines.

Liege: August Benard, 1905.

[ ?] General staff 1884. 66:plate

[19] Artillery 1902. 65:plate

[20] General staff 1905. 65:plate

[21] Light infantry. 1905. 65:plate

[22] Line infantry. 1905. 65:plate

[23] Cavalry 1905. 65:plate

[24] Artillery 1905. 65:plate

Letters on the plates. 67:39 ; 69:40

GENERAL OFFICERS

   British general officer, c. 1743. 33:34

   Chilean general officers 1905-1925. 34:18-20

   Denmark, general officers, c. 1870-1918. 21:22-26,28

   General officer of cavalry [Austria-Hungary]. 41:4-5

   General officer of Light Dragoons. 5:12

   General officer, 1st Life Hussar Regt. 2:10

   Norway, Sweden, general officers 1894-1918. 20:24-27

   Prussian & Bavarian general officers in parade and gala

uniforms 1910-14. 1:12-13

   Russian general officers. 18:2-4

   Two royal field marshals. 15:8-9

   Unusual uniform of World War I. 36:20

   Uruguay, general officers 1835-1928. 35:22-25

GENERALSHIP

   Sixsmith, E.K.G. British Generalship in the Twentieth Century.

44:37

   Worthy commander. 19:4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEORGE IV (Great Britain) (1762-1830)

 

GEORGE IV (Great Britain) (1762-1830)

   Likeness of the Prince Regent of Great Britain ... 67:plate

[Rosenberg, Charles. The Prince Regent...]

GEORGE V (Great Britain) (1865-1936)

   H.I.M. King George V. 15:8-9

GEORGE CROSS

   Gurkhas-Victoria Crosses and George Crosses of those who served in

Gurkha regiments. 47:26-27

GERMANY

   -General

Interesting guns-handguns of the German army. 33:24-25

Deutsches Soldatenjahrbuch 1967/15 Deutcher Soldaten-

  Kalendar. 22:24

Klietmann, K.G. Deutsche Auszeichnungen. 66:76

Toeche-Mittler, J. Armeemarsche. II. Teil Sammlung und

  Dokumentation. 60:34

   -to 1871

American War of Independence 1775-1782, some notes on the

  formation and movement of German mercenary troops. 2:28-

  29 ; letter on 5:30 ; reply 8:38

Lefferts, Charles M. Uniforms of the American, British,

  French, and German Armies in the War of the American

  Revolution. 62:32

Letter on federal army of 1849. 71:40

see also: Names of individual German states

   -1871-1914

Imperial German shoulder straps. 24;10-11

Lances and pennants in the Prussian army 1807-1914. 71:12-17

Letter on imperial cockades. 10:40

Tit for tat: the German connection. 74:11-19

--Cavalry

  Fosten, D.S.V. Cuirassiers and Heavy Cavalry. 74:31

--Cavalry. Uhlans

  German uhlans, c. 1910. 34:8-13

--Kaiserliche Schutztruppen

  German kaiserliche Schutztruppen 1889-1914. I. 43:2-7,

    letter on 49:39 ; II. 44:24-27 ; III. 46:9-12 ; IV. 47:

    34-35

  Variety of uniforms worn by the Schutztruppen. 43:cover

--Marines

  Zienert, J. Unsere Marineuniform. 41:38-39

--Navy

  Zienert, J. Unsere Marineuniform. 41:38-39

see also: Names of individual German states

   -1914-1918

Field service uniform of the Imperial German army 1914-15.

  32:8-11 ; 33:10-11

Germany 1914-1918, assault detachments. 25:22-23,14

Westman, Stephan. Surgeon with the Kaiser’s Army. 29:18

--Navy

  German naval airship service 1914-1918. 59:26-27

--South African Freikorps

  South African Freikorps 1914. 37:20

   -1918-1933

No comments! 13:7

 

GERMANY, -1933-1945

 

   -1933-1945

Angolia, John R. Swords of Hitler’s Third Reich. 38:38 ;

  39:38

Bender, R.J. The Hitler Albums. 51:38

Davis, Brian L. German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933-1945.

  61:33

German side arms tassels, 1939. 31:20-21

--Infantry

  Infantry, 1939. 2:19 ; letter on 4:31

--Luftwaffe

  Bender, R.J. Air Organization of the Third Reich: the

    Luftwaffe. 70:39

--Schutzstaffel. Waffen SS

  Bender, R.J. The Uniforms, Oraganization, and History of

    the Waffen SS. 40:40 ; v. 2. 65:37 ; v. 3. 69:35

  Stein, George H. The Waffen SS 1939-1945. 29:19

  Windrow, Martin. The Waffen SS. 59:39

   -1945-

Heer und Tradition. 17:2

Letter on flags in the Bundeswehr. 3:31

GERONA, BATTLE OF (1809)

   Battalion Coburg-Saalfeld at Gerona 1809. 29:20-21

GHUZNEE, BATTLE OF (21 July 1839)

   Battle of Ghuznee 1839. 13:34-35 ; letter on 14:39

GIBBS, M.

   Letter on Nordenfeldt machine gun section of the 22nd Central

London Rangers, the King’s Royal Rifle Corps. 3:31

GIBELLINI, V.

   Bavarian line infantry in Russia 1812. 62:cover, 8-11

   Cavalry standards of the Italian states. 61:30,plates

   Colour bearer of the Italian ‘Savoia’ cavalry regiment during

the Russian campaign 1942. 46:cover

   Colours of the Italian states, c. 1850. 59:30, plates

   2. Reggimento Veliti a Piedi della Guardia Reale 1812-13.

68:cover, 19

   Empress Charlotte’s Guards Regiment 1864-1867. 70:18-20

   Grenadiers of the Guard of the Duchy of Parma, 1851. 48:cover,2-3

   Hungarian infantry 1762. 71:35

   Hungarian infantry regiment Erzherzog Ferdinand 1762. 71:cover

   Italian Bersaglieri in China 1900-1901. 62:cover, 8-11

   Italian ‘Dragoni Napoleone’ regiment at the battle of

Sagunto. 34:17,29 ; letter on 37:40

   Kingdom of Italiy, ‘Cacciatori’ Regt. of the Royal Guard, 1813-

1814. 72:cover

   Last charge. 46:2-4

   Reali cacciatore, the Duchy of Modena 1830-1859. 63:cover, 7-9

   Trumpeter, reggimento Dragoni ‘Napoleone’ Italian army in

Spain, 1809. 54:cover

   Two Italian officers at the Balaclava charge. 41:cover,2-4

   Voltigeur of the Empress Charlotte’s Gd. Regt., full dress.,

Mexico, 1864-1867. 70:cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIBRALTER, SIEGE OF (1779-1783)

 

GIBRALTER, SIEGE OF (1779-1783)

   Fourth of June 1779. 20:10

   McGuffie, T.H. The Siege of Gibralter 1779-1783. 8:30

   Soldier Artificier Co. 51:11-13

GIBSON, ROBERT C.

   57th goes to war. I. 70:16-17,33 II. 71:19-20 ; III.

72:36-37

GIBSON, TOM. The Wiltshire Regiment. London: Leo Cooper, 1969.

   (Famous Regiments). 35:34

GILES, JOHN. The Ypres Salient. London: Leo Cooper, 1970. 51:37-8

GILL, NAIRANJAN SINGH

   Forty years on. 15:17

GIPPS, REGINALD, Sir

   [Photo]. 40:15

GIRADO, ERNESTO DENEVI

   Argentinian army 1813. 67:2-4

   Argentinian army 1826. 70:21-23

   Colorados de las Conchas, militia cavalry, Argentine army,

1826. 65:26-27

   Liberation Army of the Andes. 60:11-15

   National Guard hussars, Brazilian empire 1840. 64:12-13

   9th Cavalry regiment Argentinian army 1900. 68:8-9

   16th Regiment of Lancers, Argentine Republic 1826. 62:16-17

GIRBAL, JACK

   Death of a guard. 47:11

   1st Regiment of Cuirassiers. 30:cover, 8 ; 35:14

   French cuirassiers at Waterloo. 61:cover, 30-31

   French foot artillery 1812-1815. 58:cover, 30-31

   French imperial guard horse artillery 1800-15. 15: cover, 2

   French infantry 1914-1918. 7:7

   Garde imperial-Lanciers gendarmes. 8:10

   Gendarmes d’Ordonnances. 8:19

   Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard at the battle of Waterloo.

47:cover

   9th Hussars. 12:cover, 2-3 ; 36:21

   2nd Co., or Black Musketeers, Maison du Roi, 1770. 59:cover,31

   2nd Regiment of Chevau-leger lanciers. 13:cover, 2

   3eme Regiment d’Infanterie de Ligne. 10:28

GIRLING, J.H.

   Letter on “the Bitter Road.” 69:39

GLEIG, G.R.

   Highland story (from The Subaltern). 70:13-15

   The Subaltern. London: Leo Cooper, 1969. 35:35

GLENDENNING, IAN. British Pistols and Guns 1640-1840. London:

   Arms & Armour Press, 1967. 23:34

GLINES, CARROLL V. Doolittle’s Tokyo Raiders. Princeton, N.J.:

   Van Nostrand, 1964. 21:3

GLOVER, D.C.

   First Middlesex Engineers Volunteers: tunic of sergeant

bandsman 1901. 29:24

   Middlesex Yeomanry. 17:21-25,40 ; II. 18:14-15,13

GLOVER, MICHAEL

   An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers & Uniforms. London:

Perpetual Press. 1973. 76:39

   Wellington as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1968. 27:30

 

 

 

GODFROID, MAURICE

 

GODFROID, MAURICE

   Waterloo congress. 6:30

GOLDEN, ALAN

   Letter on Tradition. 3:31

GOLDSMITH, R.F.K. The Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry. Londo:

   Leo Cooper, 1970. 46:39

GOOGINGE, ANTHONY. The Scots Guard. London: Leo Cooper, 1969.

   (Famous Regiments). 57:40

GORDON, CHARLES (1833-1885)

   General Gordon in the Sudan. 27:10-13

   Johnson, David. Gordon & Khartoum. 59:39

GORDON, LAWRENCE. Military Origins. London: Kaye & Ward, 1971.

   54:37

GORDON, W.J.

   Bands of the British Army. London: Frederick Warne. (Ogilby

#352.).

Plates I-VI. 33:plates

Plates VII-VIII. 34:plates

Plates IX-X. 35:plates

Plates XI-XII. 36:plates

GORGETS

   Gorget. 23:18-21

   Letter on gorgets in the Peninsula. 25:36

GOUGH, T.

   Letter after Balaclava. 28:20-21

GOULD, ROBERT W.

   Campaign Medals of the British Army 1815-1972. London: Arms &

Armour Press, 1972. 63:33

   Introduction to Napoleonic war games. 1:9-10 ; 5:18-19,29 ;

   Napoleonic war games. 5:18-19,29 ; letter on 8:39

GOURGAUD, GASPARD (1783-1852)

   [Illustration]. 30:plate

GOYA, FRANCISCO (1746-1828)

   Portrait of the Duke of Wellington. 11:37 ; 13:5-6

GRAHAM, HUGH

   Cavalry charge of Marshal Mural at Eylau. 36:21-23,31

   Cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo. 34:30-34,

letter on 41:40 ; 35:14-16

   Guns of Senarmont. 41:28-29 ; letter on 44:40

   MacDonald and Lauriston at the battle of Wagram. 40:36-39 ;

correction 44:40

   Two imperial guards. 42:22-24

GRANT, CHARLES

   The Black Watch. Reading: Osprey, 1971. (Men-at-Arms). 57:36

   The Coldstream Guards. Reading: Osprey, 1971. (Men-at-Arms).

59:39

   Foot Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard. Reading: Osprey, 1971.

(Men-at-Arms) 57:36

   War game. 1. 14:20-21,34-35,37 ; 2. Infantry. 15:18-

19,15,23 ; 3. Cavalry. 16:18-21,12 ; 4. Load, aim, fire.

17:14-16,37 ; 5. 18:36-37 ; 19:34-35 ; letter on 19:38 ;

6. the Melee. 20:30-32 ; 7. Artillery. 21:34-36,4, letter on

21:39 ; 8. Artillery. 22:31-32 ; 9. Whiff of grapeshot. 23:

31-33 ; 10. Morale. 24:33-36 ; 11. Action. 25:30-34 ; 12.

Something about troops. 26:31-33 ; 13. More about artillery.

 

 

 

GRANT, CHARLES (con’t.)

 

27:31-33 ; 14. Buildings in attack and defense. 29:36-38 ;

15. Final points on artillery. 30:33-35 ; 16. Battle of

Mollwitz. 31:34-37 ; 17. Mollwitz, narrative. 33:35-38 ; 18.

Afterthoughts on Mollwitz. 34:36-39 ; 19. Construction of

terrain. 35:36-39 ; 20. Effect of terrain. 37:37-39

Letters on. 19:38 ; 38:40

   The War Game. London: A & C Black, 1971. 59:38

GRANT, GEORGE. The New Highland Military Discipline of 1757.

   Ottawa: Museum Restoration Service, 1967. 24:38

GRANT, JAMES (1822-1887)

   James Grant, Edinburgh’s military novelist and historian.

69:19-20

GRANT, ULYSSES S. (1822-1885)

   Marshall-Cornwall, James. Grant as Military Commander. London:

Batsford. 44:39

GRANVILLE-BAKER, B.

   Lt. Col. B. Granville-Baker, D.S.O., soldier, author, and

artist. 40:2-5

   Recollections of a Prussian hussar. I. 22:12-17 ; II. 23:2-8 ;

III. 24:14-17 ; IV. 25:4-7 ; V. 26:15-18 ; VI. 27:14-16,30

GREAT BRITAIN

   -General

Anderson, Douglas N. Scots in Uniform. 65:36

Barnes, R.M. A History of the Regiments and Uniforms of the

  British Army. 62:36

British Military Uniforms & Equipment 1760-1850. 56:36-7

British sabretaches. III. 13:14-17 ; IV. 21:8-11 ; V. 22:18-

  21

Carman, W.Y. Headdresses of the British Army. Cavalry.

  31:30 ; Yeomanry. 47:36

Chichester, Henry Manners. Records and Badges of the British

  Army. 42:39

Crow, Duncan. British and Commonwealth Armoured Formations

  1919-46. 63:36

Dickinson, R.J. Officer’s Mess-Life & Customs in the

  Regiments. 76:38

Echoes of old wars. 20:10

Edinburgh town guard, 1607-1817. 71:7-9,17

Edwards, T.J. Regimental Badges. 62:33

Frederick, J.B.M. Lineage of the British Army. 41:37

Glendenning, Ian. British Pistols and Guns 1640-1840. 23:34

Gould, Robert W. Campaign Medals of the British Army 1815-

  1972. 63:33

Higham, Robin. A Guide to the Sources of British Military

  History. 62:36

Hughes, B.P. British Smoothbore Artillery. 42:36

Index to British Military Costume Prints. 64:35

Infantry shako. 11:14-22 ; letters on 13:39

Joslin, E.C. The Standard Catalogue of British Orders,

  Decorations, and Medals. 33:30

Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research. 70:36 ;

  74:30

Kipling, Arthur L. & Hugh L. King. Headdress Badge of the

  British Army. 72:38

Laffin, John. British Campaign Medals. 23:34

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -General (con’t.)

 

Lawson, Cecil C.P. History of the Uniforms of the British

  Army. Vol. V. 23:30

Leslie, N.B. The Battle Honours of the British and Indian

  Armies 1695-1914. 54:37

Letter on officers’ drinking glasses. 21:39

Letter on Worcestershire units. 5:31

Life guard. 24:2

Luard, John. History of the Dress of the British Soldier.

  60:34

National Army Museum. 59:25

Norman, C.B. Battle Honours of the British Army. 60:34 ;

  74:31

Pre-1660 regiments. 2:11-12

Regimental staff officers. 21:29

Register of the Regiments & Corps of the British Army. 75:39

Ripley, Howard. Buttons of the British Army. 59:38

Rogers, H.C.B. Weapons of the British Soldier. 62:36

Sheppard, E.W. War. 27:2

Sixsmith, E.K.G. British Generalship in the Twentieth

  Century. 44:37

Some British sabretaches. 7:24-27

Some more British sabretaches. 11:34-35

Some notes pertaining to the Victoria Cross. 63:10-11

Standards and colours of the Army 1661-1881. 69:7-12 ; II.

  70:24-28, plates I-IV; III. 71:25-29, plates V, VII-IX ;

  IV. 72:17-20, plates X-XII, XVII ; V. 74:8-10 ; VI. 76:

  24-27

Types of the British Army. (Reprinted from Simkin, Richard.

  British Soldiers-Past & Present. [Ogilby #839]). 1750.

  54:plate ; 1792. 54:plate ; 1807. 55:plate ; 1812-15.

  55:plate ; 1826. 56:plate ; 1835. 56:plate ; 1854. 57:

  plate ; 1894. 57:plate

Uniforms of the British army, notes to supplement the

  colour plates reproduces from ‘British soldiers-Past and

  Present.’ 54:22-27 ; 55:22-25 ; 56:10 ; 57:4,8

Unstead, R.J. Castles. 44:37

Warner, Philip. British Battlesfields. I. the South. 63:34 ;

  II. the North. 65:33-34

Wilkinson, Frederick. Badges of the British Army 1820-1960.

  39:38 ; 56;35

Wilkinson-Latham, John. British Cut & Thrust Weapons. 61:33;

  74:31

Wilkinson-Latham, R.J. British Military Bayonets 1700-1945.

  24:38

Wilkinson-Latham, R.J. British Military Swords from 1800 to

  the Present Day. 20:20

Wilkinson-Latham, R.J. Cavalry Uniforms of Britain and the

  Commonwealth. 32:30

Wilkinson-Latham, R.J. Infantry Uniforms of Britain and the

  Commonwealth. 38:38 ; 52:38

Winstock, Lewis. Songs & Music of the Redcoats, 1642-1902.

  43:36

Young, Peter. The British Army 1642-1970. 24:38

Young, Peter & J.P. Lawford. History of the British Army.

  48:37-38

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -General (con’t.)

 

--Artillery. Royal Artillery

  Campbell, D. Alastair. The Dress of the Royal Artillery.

    61:33

  Dress of the Royal Artillery. 18:8-13

  a Royal Artillery exhibition. 16:34

  Royal Artillery’s 250th anniversary. 15:11

  Uniforms of the Royal Artillery. 16:30-31

--Artillery. Royal Horse Artillery

  Not solely to attend cavalry. 17:8-13,37 ; letter on 19:37

--Cavalry

  Helmets of the British heavy cavalry. 70:2-8

--Cavalry. the Royal Dragoons

  Hills. R.J.T. The Royal Dragoons. 65:34

--Cavalry. Royal Scots Greys

  Blacklock, Michael. The Royal Scots Greys. 61:38

  the Royal Scots Greys: a history of the band and their

  uniforms. 38:2-9 ; 39:18-20

--Cavalry. 10th Hussars

  Brander, Michael. The 10th Hussars. 43:37

--Cavalry. 11th Hussars

  Brett-Smith, Richard. The 11th Hussars. 43:36-37

--Cavalry. 14th/20th King’s Hussars

  Oatts, L.B. Emperor’s Chamberlains. 75:38

--Cavalry. 15th Light Dragoons

  the Fifteenth Light Dragoons. 10:12-13,27 ; 11:10-11

--Cavalry. 16/5th the Queen’s Royal Lancers

  Lunt, James. 16th/5th the Queen’s Royal Lancers. 69:36

--Fencibles

  Scottish Fencible infantry 1759-1802. I. 67:15-19 ; II.

    68:15-19

--Generals and staff officers

  Regimental staff officers. 21:29

--Gentlemen-at-Arms

  Helmet of a gentleman-at-arms. 46:36

--Guards. Cavalry. Life Guards

  Standards & guidons of the Life Guards. 7:12-14

--Guards. Cavalry. Royal Horse Guards

  Hills, R.J.T. The Royal Horse Guards. 46:38-39

--Guards. Infantry. Coldstream Guards.

  Grant, Charles. The Coldstream Guards. 59:39

--Guards. Infantry. Scots Guards

  Goodinge, Anthony. The Scots Guards. 57:40

--Infantry

  Infantry shako. 11:14-22 ; letters on 13:39

  Letter on British infantry equipment. 27:36

--Infantry. the Buffs

  Blaxland, Gregory. The Buffs. 67:35

--Infantry. the King’s Own Regiment

  Green, Howard. The King’s Own Regiment. 65:37

--Infantry. the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers.

  Peacock, Basil. The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers. 46:39

--Infantry. the Suffolk Regiment

  Moir, Guthrie. The Suffolk Regiment. 35:34

--Infantry. the Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment

  Peters, G.W.H. Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire R.. 49:38

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -General (con’.t)

 

--Infantry. The Green Howards

  Powell, Geoffrey. The Green Howards. 57:40

--Infantry. the Royal Welch Fusiliers

  Unusual hats of the 23rd Fusiliers. 13:13

--Infantry. the South Wales Borderers

  Adams, Jack. The South Wales Borderers. 58:38

--Infantry. the Worcestershire Regiment

  Gale, Richard. The Worcestershire Regiment. 43:36

--Infantry. the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry

  Goldsmith, R.F.K. The Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry.

    46:39

--Infantry. the Border Regiment

  Sutherland, Douglas. Tried & Valiant. 63:36-37

--Infantry. the Royal Hampshire Regiment

  Wykes, Alan. The Royal Hampshire Regiment. 57:38,40

--Infantry. the Dorset Regiment

  Popham, Hugh. The Dorset Regiment. 52:39

--Infantry. the Black Watch (the Royal Highland Regiment)

  Grant, Charles. The Black Watch. 57:36

--Infantry. the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

  Cooper, Leonard. The King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

    48:38

--Infantry. the King’s Royal Rifle Corps

  Bryant, Arthur. Jackets of Green. 67:34-35

--Infantry. Wiltshire Regiment

  Gibson, Tom. The Wiltshire Regiment. 35:34

--Infantry. the York & Lancaster Regiment

  Creighton-Williamson, Donald. The York & Lancaster

    Regiment. 58:38

--Infantry. Highland Light Infantry

  Oatts, L.B. The Highland Light Infantry. 35:34

--Infantry. the Royal Irish Fusiliers

  Harris, Henry. The Royal Irish Fusiliers. 62:38

--Infantry. Princess Louise’s Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

  Sutherland, Douglas. The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.

    38:39

--Royal Army Service Corps

  Crew, Graeme. The Royal Army Service Corps. 51:37

--Royal Engineers

  The Royal Engineers, 1778-1823. 57:30-33

--Royal Marines

  Moulton, J.L. The Royal Marines. 65:36

  Pictorial History of the Royal Marines. 56:35

--Royal Military Artificiers

  The Royal Military Artificiers, 1787-1812. 53:22-25

--Royal Navy

  Laffin. John. Jack Tar. 32:30

  Robinson, Charles Napier. The British Tar. 31:30

--Royal Sappers & Miners

  Royal Sappers & Miners 1813-1823. 54:28-31

--Royal Tank Regiment

  Chadwick, Kenneth. The Royal Tank Regiment. 47:36-37

 

 

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -General (con’t)

 

--Volunteers

  Cousins,Geoffrey. The Defenders. 26:25

  Grierson James Moncrieff. Records of the Scottish Volun-

    teer Force 1859-1908. 69:34

--Volunteers, London & Westminster Light Horse Volunteers

  the L. & W. L. H. V., 1779-1829. 72:2-4

--Yeomanry

  Harris, R.G. Fifty Years of Yeomanry Uniforms. 67:33

  Regiments of British Yeomanry uniforms. 57:plate ; 58:14-

    16,34-35 ; letters on 58:40, 60:39

--Yeomanry, Middlesex Yeomanry

  the Middlesex Yeomanry. I. 17:21-25,40 ; II. 18:14-15,13

--Yeomanry. the Prince of Wale’s Own Royal Wiltshire Hussars

  Platt, J.R.I. The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry 1907-1967.

    65:34-35

  the P. of W.’S O. R. W. H. I. 40:26-29 ; II. 41:6-7,27 ;

    letter on 47:40

   -to 1660

see ENGLAND

        IRELAND

        SCOTLAND

   -1660-1793

Battle of Culloden. 6:10-11,16-17

British army, c. 1660. 24:30-31

Capt. Delaval’s memorandum. 32:18,25

Chandler, David. Marlborough as Military Commander. 69:36

Culloden. 16:11-12

Fourth of June 1779. 20:10

Furneaux, Rupert. The Seven Years War. 69:35

Highlanders of Scotland. 10:29

Jacobite uprising of 1745. 22:23

Katcher, Philip R.N. Encyclopedia of British, Provincial &

  German Army Units 1775-1783. 70:39

Lefferts, Charles M. Uniforms of the American, British,

  French, & German Armies in the War of the American

  Revolution. 62:32

Letter on French & Indian wars. 29:40

Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton. 4:12

Marlborough. 41:38

Marlborough’s men. 53:29-31,35 ; letter on 56:39

Minden regiments. 8:30-31

New England outpost. Chapt. 2 King George’s War. 20:2-4 ;

  Chapt. 3 the Last years. 21:5-7

Pearson, Michael. Those Damned Rebels. 63:34

Savory, Reginald. His Brittanic Majesty’s Army in Germany

  During the Seven Years War. 20:11

Sinclair-Stevenson, Christopher. Inglorious Rebellion. 57:36

Some observations on the 1742 Cloathing Book. 42:32:33

Warner, Oliver. With Wolfe to Quebec. 64:35

Wilson, Frank & Arthur Kipling. Uniforms of Marlborough’s

  Wars. 57:38

--Cavalry. 1st Regiment of Horse

  1st Regiment of Horse 1751, kettledrummer. 20:plate

 

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1660-1793 (con’t)

 

--Cavalry. 4th Regiment of Dragoons

  Trooper of the 4th Dragoons, c. 1751. 20:cover

--Cavalry. 8th Regiment of Dragoons

  Charge of Pepper’s dragoons 1710. 26:9

  Field Marshal Earl Ligonier in the uniform of col. of the

    8th Horse 1747. 19:12 (Morier, David)

--Cavalry. 16th Light Dragoons

  the 16th Light Dragoons 1759-1780. 26:26-27

--Cavalry. 17th Light Dragoons

  c. 1777. 26:30

--Guards. Cavalry. Life Guards

  Life Guards in 1750. 20:14-17,12

  Trumpeter, Life Guards 1750. 24:36

--Guards. Infantry. 1st Regiment

  Grenadier company officer, 1688. 5:cover

--Guards. Infantry. 2nd Regiment

  Dayes, Edward. Foot Guards & Line. London: 1792-3. (Ogilby

    #228). Plates

    (4) Officer, Btl. co. Coldstream Gds. 76:plate

   Sgt., centre co. 76:plate

    (5) Private, grenadier co. 76:plate

   Sgt., grenadier co. 76:plate

    (6) Drummer, Coldstream Gds. 76:plate

   Private, centre co. 76:plate

--Infantry

  British infantry officers c. 1680-1690. 44:18-20

  British infantry 1751. 20:plate

  British infantry 1758. 19:plate

  Grenadier officer. 4:10-11

--Infantry. 2nd Regiment

  Col. the Hon. Percy Kirk’s 2nd Regt. of Foot, the Queen’s

    Regt., c. 1686. 34:14

  Short tempers. 44:32

  Tragic error. 44:32-33

--Infantry. 4th Regiment

  Letter on the regiment at Culloden. 30:39

--Infantry. 5th Regiment

  Fifth Regt. of Foot, 1750-1756. 2:9

--Infantry. 14th Regiment

  14th Regt. of Foot. 5:3

--Infantry. 28th Regiment

  an Officer of the 28th Foot, c. 1790. 6:22-23

--Infantry. 33rd Regiment

  Uniforms of the 33rd Foot, c. 1751. 32:16-17

--Infantry. 35th Regiment

  35th Regiment of Foot 1764-1765. 40:6-7

--Infantry. 37th Regiment

  37th Foot 1774. 4:3

--Infantry. 42nd Regiment

  Black Watch at Ticonderoga 1758. 19:cover, 2,36

  Officer, the Black Watch, c. 1745. 8:cover

--Infantry. 43rd Regiment

  Boston 1775. 49:24

--Infantry. 62nd Regiment

  Letter on. 8:39

 



GREAT BRITAIN, -1660-1793 (con’t.)

 

--Infantry. 71st Regiment

  71st Regiment of Foot, Virginia 1781. 49:11

--Infantry. 73rd Regiment

  73rd (Lord Macleod’s) Highlanders, 1777. 48:12-13,plate

--Marines

  the Ten regiments of marines 1739-1748. 74:21-24

--Militia. Suffolk East Batallion

  a British officer’s grenadier cap, c. 1750. 13:28

--Rogers’ Rangers

  Rogers’ Rangers. 23:cover,22-25

--Royal Navy

  First uniform dress of the Royal Navy, 1748-1767. 4:24-30

--Soldier Artificier Co.

  the Soldier Artificier Co. 51:11-13

--Volunteers. Loyal American Association.

  Letter on. 5:31

--Volunteers. Loyal Irish Volunteers

  Letter on. 5:31

--Volunteers. Royal North British Volunteers

  Letter on. 5:31

   -1793-1815

Appendices from Siborne. 9:40-43

British campaign medals-the Army of India 1799-1826. 39:34-

  35

British campaign medals-the Military general service medal

  1793-1814. 32:19,35

British campaign medals-the Waterloo medal. 31:13,38

British colours-Waterloo period. 16:8

British flags at Waterloo. 19:37

British militia & volunteer shoulder belt plates 1793-1815.

  75:10-13

Dalton, Charles. Waterloo Roll Call. 54:37

Defence of La Haye Sainte, Waterloo... 52:34-35

Echo of Waterloo. 16:11

Egyptian campaign 1801. 2:3

1815 shakos. 4:3

Ensign’s coat. 9:30

Gleig, G.R. The Subaltern. 35:35

Hanger, George. Reflexions on the Menaced Invasion. 57:35

Highland story. 70:13-15

Incident at Hougoumont, 18 June 1815. 37:cover

Letter on Peninsular medal. 25:36

Letter on War of 1812. 13:39

List of officers killed, wounded, and missing [Waterloo].

  9:32-37

London Gazette, Nov. 14, 1801 [troops on Elba]. 3:3 ; 5:29 ;

  7:38

London Gazette, June 22, 1815. 9:2-4

Major General John Gaspard le Marchant. 7:33

Major Hare of Waterloo fame. 8:31

Marquess of Anglesey. 10:16-19

Military executions. 2:3 ; 11:40

Mysterious uniform of Gen. le Marchant. 7:15,33

Napoleonic eagle. 14:2-3

Old Hookey. 11:12

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1793-1815 (con’t.)

 

Oman, Charles W.C. Wellington’s Army. 29:19

Peninsular papers. I. 31:2-7 ; II. 32:2-6 ; III. 33:2-8 ;

  IV. 34:2-7 ; V. 35:2-6 ; VI. 36:2-5 ; VII. 37:2-5

Peninsular uniforms. 6:3

Reminiscence [of Waterloo]. 9:45

Russo-Swedish War. 18:34-35

Sangfroid epatant d’un milor anglais. 9:38-39

Sergeant-major James Wightman. 17:4-5

Sesquicentennial. 9:19

Standing Orders and Regulations for the British Army in

  Ireland 1794. 41:36

Trumpet major. 7:3

Two Waterloo veterans. 15:17

Unusual medal. 14:2

Unusual record. 10:15

Waterloo 1815: Honourable E.C. Ponsonby. 12:28

Wellington’s dress at Waterloo. 9:17

Wheatley, Edmund. Wheatley Diary. 10:14

White shako. 2:3

Youngest officer at Waterloo. 17:5

--Artillery. Royal Artillery

  British foot artillery 1815. 42:26-27,31

  British Royal Regt. of Artillery in the Waterloo

    campaign. I. 18:23-28,33 ; II. 19:6-8,25 ; III. 20:18-20

--Artillery. Royal Horse Artillery.

  British Royal Horse Artillery 1815. 31:plate

  Letter on. 1:26 ; response 2:30

  Mercer’s journal of the Waterloo campaign. I. 54:2-5,11 ;

    II. 55:12-13,15,21

--Cavalry.

  British dragoons 1800-1811. 2:25

  British Peninsula cavalry leader. 6:20-21

  General officer of light dragoons. 5:12

  King’s hussar. 7:4

  Life in the cavalry in 1800. 40:12-13,25

  Mollo, John. Waterloo Uniforms I. British Cavalry. 70:38

  Tomkinson, William. Diary of a Cavalry Officer. 59:35

  Uniforms of British cavalry. 9:31

--Cavalry. 2nd (Royal North British) Dragoons

  2nd (or Royal North British Regt. of Dragoons, the Scots

    Greys). 8:15-18

  Sergeant Ewart. 17:5 ; 19:37

  Trooper, Royal Scots Greys (field order) c. 1806. 40:cover

--Cavalry. 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons

  6th Inniskilling Dragoons at Waterloo. 3:3

--Cavalry. 7th (Queen’s Own) Light Dragoons

  Officer of the 7th Hussars 1808. 15:27

--Cavalry. 9th Light Dragoons

  9th Light Dragoons at Waterloo. 22:33-34

--Cavalry. 10th (Prince of Wales’s Own) Hussars

  Likeness of the Prince Regent [in the uniform of the

    10th]. 67:plate

  Officer’s review furniture, 10th Hussars, 1810-14. 10:4-5

  10th Hussars services. 1:22

  10th Light Dragoons 1793. 67:plate

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1793-1815 (con’t.)

 

  10th Light Dragoons 1799. 1:19

  Uniform of the British 10th Hussars at Waterloo 1815.

    48:9-11

--Cavalry. 11th Light Dragoons

  11th Light Dragoons, 1814. 58:plate

--Cavalry. 12th (Prince of Wales’s) Light Dragoons

  12th Light Dragoons at Waterloo. 17:17-20,37 ; 18:16-

    19,31,13

--Cavalry. 14th Light Dragoons

  Dashing light dragoon. 71:30-31

--Cavalry. 15th (the King’s) Hussars

  15th Hussars in the Peninsular War. 49:30-32

  15th Light Dragoons. I. 10:12-13,27 ; II. 11:10-11

  First standing orders of the 15th Light Dragoons. I. 10:2-

    3 ; II. 11:30-31,33 ; III. 12:30-31 ; IV. 13:30-31 ; V.

    15:28-29

--Foreign troops. Anglo-Corsican Regiment

  Letter on. 1:26 ; reply 5:29

--Foreign troops. Chasseurs Brittaniques

  Letter on. 1:26 ; reply 5:29

--Foreign troops. Hompesch Mounted Riflemen

  1801. 2:8 ; letter on 6:30 ; 8:38

--Foreign troops. King’s German Legion

  Letter on. 1:26

  Letter requesting information on. 37:40

  Standards and colours of the King’s German Legion. 26:6-7

--Foreign troops. Sicilian Regiment

  His Majesty’s Sicilian Regiment of Light Infantry 1813. I.

    56:22-24 ; II. 59:32-34

--Guards. Cavalry

  Formation and uniforms of the British Household cavalry

  and the Royal Horse Guards (the Blues) during the Water-

  loo. campaign, 1815. 1:4-7

--Guards. Cavalry. Horse Guards

  Officer of the Royal Horse Guards, 1815. 6:cover

--Guards. Cavalry. Life Guards

  Lottery wheel. 68:plate (Pyne, W.H. The Costume of

    Great Britain. [Ogilby #728, 57]).

--Guards. Infantry. 1st Regiment of Foot Guards

  Sergeant grenadier co. 1815. 11:23

--Guards. Infantry. 2nd (Coldstream) Regiment of Foot Guards

  English Foot Guards, capt. of btl. co. 8:5

  Officer, 2nd Regt. of Foot Guards, 1808. 7:cover

--Infantry

  British infantry in the Peninsular. 25:19

  British infantry officers in the Peninsular campaign.

    15:16

  Peninsular infantry 1808. 2:14 ; letter on 6:30

  Waterloo 1815-British infantry. 9:20-29

--Infantry. 2nd (the Queen’s Royal) Regiment

  Officer, btl. co. 1815. 40:plate

--Infantry. 7th (Royal Fuzileers) Regiment

  Uniforms of the Royal Fuzileers (or the 7th Regt. of Foot)

    1802-15. 1:20-21

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1793-1815 (con’t.)

 

--Infantry. 12th (East Suffolk) Regiment

  Scoundrelly sergeant. 44:33

  12th Foot at Cochin in 1798. 44:33

--Infantry. 23rd (Royal Welsh Fuzileers) Regiment

  Letter on headwear at Waterloo. 13:39

--Infantry. 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment

  at Waterloo. 19:4

--Infantry. 31st (Huntingdonshire) Regiment

  Frankfurt Collection-English infantry-Spain 1809. 4:22

--Infantry. 35th (Sussex) Regiment

  35th Foot. 7:8-9 ; 8:9 ; 9:18

--Infantry. 36th (Herefordshire) Regiment

  Officer of the light company in ball dress 1812. 3:3

--Infantry. 43rd (Monmouthshire) Light Infantry Regiment

  Private, 1810. 40:plate

--Infantry. 45th (Nottinghamshire) Regiment

  45th or Nottinghamshire Regiment. 24:21-22

--Infantry. 51st (2nd Yorkshire-West Riding) Regt. of Lt. Inf.

  Thomas Turner, 51st Foot (c. 1809). 20:11

--Infantry. 53rd (Shropshire) Regiment

  53rd Foot 1815. 5:21

--Infantry. 56th (West Essex) Regiment

  56th Regt. of Foot 1808 & 1812. 3:28

--Infantry. 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment

  Private, Btl. co., Albuera, 1811. 36:cover

--Infantry. 60th (Royal American) Regiment

  60th Foot 1808. 4:21

  Surtees, William. 25 Years in the Rifle Brigade. 67:33-34

--Infantry. 68th (Durham Light Infantry) Regiment

  Role of the Durham Light Infantry in the Peninsular

    campaign. I. 58:4-6,33 ; II. 59:6-8,28,31

--Infantry. 71st (Highland) Light Infantry Regiment

  71st Highland Light Infantry, 1810. 42:12-13

--Infantry. 85th (Bucks Volunteers) Regt. of Lt. Inf.

  85th (Bucks Volunteers) Light Infantry 1812/14 War with

    America. 24:24-27 ; letter on 26:36

--Infantry. 91st (Argyllshire) Regiment

  Sea sword. 44:34

--Infantry. 95th Regiment

  95th in the retreat from Corunna to Vigo. 40:8-11

  Note on Peninsular war. 5:3

  Harris, John. Recollections of Rifleman Harris. 44:37

--Infantry. 113th Regiment

  113th Foot 1794-95. 30:36-37

--Militia

  English militia uniforms 1797. 57:39

  Western, J.R. The English Militia in the 18th Century.

    17:3

--Militia. Cornish Militia

  Officers of the Cornish militia c. 1796. 68:20

--Militia. Fonthill Volunteers

  Fonthill Volunteers 1801. 1:7

--Militia. Northampton Militia

  Regimental coat of the Northampton Militia 1799. 7:37

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1793-1815 (con’t.)

 

--Militia. Royal Lancashire Regiment

  R. Lancashire Militia. 57:39 [Edmund Scott’s Manual

    Exercise & Costumes]

--Militia. Royal South Gloucester Militia

  R. S. G. M. 1805. 42:25 ; letter on 47:40

--Militia. West Middlesex Militia

  West Middlesex Militia 1793. 1:19

--Royal Engineers

  Letter on Royal Engineers at San Sebastian. 66:39

--Royal Navy

  British campaign medals-the naval general service medal,

    1793-1840. 33:20-21,25

  Horatio, Viscount Nelson. 4:cover, 23

--Royal Sappers & Miners

  Royal Sappers & Miners. 64:2-5,20 ; letter on 66:39

--Volunteers

  Volunteers corps and the threat of Napoleonic invasion as

    depicted on trade tokens and commemorative medals.

    65:24-26

--Volunteers. Honourable Artillery Co.

  Rifle or jager company of the H. A. Co. 1803-15. 23:9-10

--Volunteers. Loyal Warrington Volunteers

  Letter on. 49:39

--Yeomanry. Bucks Yeomanry

  Bucks Yeomanry 1794-1815. 43:10-12

   -1915-1881

Almack, Edward. Regimental Badges Worn in the British Army

  One Hundred Years Ago. 41:36

Balaclava. 7:3

Battle of Ghuznee 1839. 13:34-35 ; letter 14:39

Battle of the Alma: a letter from Hugh Annesley. 38:36-37

Battledress of the Kaffir War 1850-53. I. 60:28-29 ; II.

  61:12-13,32

British army [Crimean War]. 28:3-4

British campaign medals-the Army of India 1799-1826. 39:34-

  35

British campaign medals-the Army of the Punjab, 1848-1849.

  40:32-33

British campaign medals-the Crimea War 1854-1856. 37:15,32 ;

  letter on 41:40

British campaign medals-the 1st China War 1840-42. 35:30-31

British campaign medals-the Indian Mutiny 1857-58. 38:35,20

British campaign medals-the 2nd China War 1857-60. 41:34-35

British campaign medals-the Zulu War 1879. 42:34-35

British line regiment a century ago. 68:10-11,13

British officers in 1828. 14:33

Bugler Henry Fuller. 7:4

Burnes, Alexander. Cabool. 71:39

Captain Channer, winner of the first Victoria Cross in

  Malaya. 58:28-30

Captain Lewis Edward Nolan. 29:7-9 ; letter on 37:40

Carman, W.Y. Glengarry Badges of the British Line Regiments

  to 1881. 75:39

Charge of the Light Brigade. 12:5-6

Crimean War 1854-56, British Army. 28:plates

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1815-1881 (con’t.)

 

Crimean War 1854-56, Light Brigade, campaign dress. 28:plate

[Despatch from Lord Lucan after Balaclava]. 28:14-15

Did you know? 18:5-6

Disaster at Miawand. I. 64:17-19 ; II. 65:18-20,28

Dress Regulation 1846. 57:35

Forgotten but colourful war. 1:23-24 ; letter on 2:31

Further notes on the uniforms worn during the Indian Mutiny.

  I. 62:5-7,11,plate, letter on plate 65:40 ; II. 63:2-6,9

General Simpson’s despatch [Sebastopol]. 28:32-33

Letter from Sebastopol. 31:9-10

Letter on Slade-Wallace equipment. 7:38

Letters from soldiers of the Crimean War. 28:9-12,17-21,

  26-28,30,36,38

Lord Raglan’s despatch [Alma]. 28:5-8

Lord Raglan’s despatch [Balaclava]. 28:13-15

Lord Raglan’s despatch [Inkerman]. 28:22-24

Lummis, William M. & Kenneth G. Wynn. Honour the Light

  Brigade. 69:34

Major General Campbell’s despatch. 28:15

Myatt, Frederick. The March to Magdala. 51:39

Relic of Maiwand. 16:11

Sebastopol, a night in the advance. 29:26-31

Siege of Jellalabad. 16:26-28

Sir Collin Campbell to the Highland Brigade, Alma 1854. 44:34

Some notes on military costume worn during the Indian

  Mutiny, 1857-1858. I. 29:10-17 ; II. 30:13-20

Sources for the 1st Sikh War and the career of Sir Harry

  Smith. I. 68:24-26 ; II. 69:28-29

Unusual record. 16:10

Zulu (movie). 3:12

--Artillery. Royal Horse Artillery

  Royal Artillery-Horse Brigade-Marching order. 56:plate

    [Spooner, William. The British Army]

  Royal Artillery-Horse Brigade-Review order. 53:plate

    [Spooner, William. The British Army]

--Cavalry

  British hussars: a short survey of British hussar uniforms

    from 1822-1844. 31:11-12

  British light dragoons 1855-1861. 40:34-35

  Hayes, M.A. The British Army. London: Henry Graves & Co.,

    1846. (Ogilby #396)

    no. 5 the Hussars. 70:plate

    no. 6 the Lancers. 70:plate

--Cavalry. 1st King’s Dragoon Guards

  Officer’s helmet, the K.D.G., 1847-71. 48:36

--Cavalry. 2nd Dragoon Guards

  Capt. Charles Denison Pedder, 2nd Dragoon Guards, 1852.

    69:cover

  2nd Dragoon Guards. 67:plate [Heath, William. Heath-

    Gleadah-Fores’ British Army]

--Cavalry. 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards

  4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards-Review order. 55:plate

    [Spooner, William. The British Army]

  Private. 70;3 [Hull, E. Costume of the British Army in

    MDCCCXXVIII]

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1815-1881 (con’t.)

 

--Cavalry. 6th Dragoon Guards

  Changing guard, 1832. 12:9

  Notes, 1st para., col. 2. 7:3

  6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers)-Heavy marching order.

    53:plate [Spooner, William. The British Army]

--Cavalry. 1st Dragoons

  Royal 1832. 16:5

--Cavalry. 2nd (Royal Scots Greys) Dragoons

  the Scots Greys 1839. 15:7

--Cavalry. 3rd (King’s Own) Hussars

  Pearman, John. Sergeant Pearman’s Memoirs. 30:24

  3rd (the King’s Own) Light Dragoons, Marching order.

    56:plate [Spooner, William. The British Army]

--Cavalry. 4th Light Dragoons

  Sergeant-major, 1822. 49:plate

  Trumpeter, 1822. 49:plate

--Cavalry. 7th (Queen’s Own) Hussars

  Officer 1835. 13:9

  7th (the Q’s O.) Hussars-Marching order. 55:plate

    [Spooner, William. The British Army]

--Cavalry. 8th (King’s Royal Irish) Hussars

  Officer of the 8th King’s Royal Irish Hussars ca. 1830.

    8:28-29

  1832. 25:cover

--Cavalry. 9th (Queen’s Royal Regt.) Light Dragoons

  9th (the Q’s R. R.) of Lt. Dr. (Lancers)-Heavy marching

    order. 55:plate [Spooner, William. The British Army]

  Officer and trooper, 9th Lancers, 1820. 67:plate

--Cavalry. 10th Hussars

  Colonel 1843. 42:cover [Ackermann, Rudolph. “Lt. Gen....”]

--Cavalry. 11th Hussars

  11th (or Prince Albert’s Own) Regt. of Hussars, Marching

    order. 55:plate [Spooner, William. The British Army]

  Officer 1843. 58:plate

  Officer 1854. 49:cover

--Cavalry.  14th Hussars

  Officers and gentlemen. 14:10-17

--Cavalry. 15th (King’s Own) Hussars

  Officer, c. 1830. 10:cover

--Cavalry. 16th (Queen’s) Lancers

  Featherstone, Donald F. All for a Shilling a Day. 19:31

  Officer. 39:cover [Ackermann, Rudolph. Costumes of the

    British Army]

--Cavalry. 17th Lancers

  Officer of the 17th Lancers c. 1850. 13:8

  17th Lancers in 1839. 14:5

--Guards

  Guards and Arthur Thistlewood. I. 72:30-32 ; II. 74:5-7

--Guards. Cavalry. 1st Life Guards

  1st Life Guards trumpeter. 67:plate [Hull, E. Hull’s

    Costume of the British Army in MDCCCXXVIII]

--Guards. Infantry. 1st Regiment

  First or Grenadier Guards in 1853. 71:plate ; 72:plate

    [Clayton, B. Costumes of the 1st or Grenadier Regt. of

    Guards from 1660]

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1815-1881 (con’t.)

 

--Guards. Infantry. 2nd Regiment (Coldstream Guards)

  Coldstream Guards 1821. 56:8-9

  “New uniform of the Coldstream Guards, 1856. 53:32-33

--Infantry

  Infantry subaltern in the 1860s. 15:3,23

  Line. 71:plate [Hayes, M.A. The British Army]

  Weapons of the British infantry-100 years ago. 12:16-25

  Zulu War 1879: infantry officers. 38:21

--Infantry. 10th (North Lincolnshire) Regiment

  Sobraan, 10th Feb. 1846. 20:9-10

--Infantry. 17th (Leicestershire) Regiment

  Tigers of India. 76:30-32

--Infantry. 24th (South Wales Borderers) Regiment

  24th Foot (South Wales Borderers) Zulu War 1879. 6:28 ;

    letter on 7:38

--Infantry. 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment

  Featherstone, Donald. Macdonald of the 42nd. 61:34

--Infantry. 60th (Royal American) Regiment

  Rifle Regiments, c. 1850. 75:-4

  60th Regiment, Zululand 1879. 72:8

--Infantry. 78th Highland Regiment (the Rosshire Buffs)

  Officer of the 78th Highlanders or Rosshire Buffs.

    74:cover [Eschauzier L. & L. Mansion Officers of the

    British Army]

--Infantry. 79th (Cameron Highlanders) Regiment

  79th Highlanders 1819. 2:3

--Infantry. 91st (Argyllshire) Regiment

  Imperial exhumation. 44:34

--Infantry. 98th Regiment

  Presentation of colours to the 98th Foot, 2nd Btn. N.

    Staffordshire Regt., 1876. 71:36

--Infantry. the Rifle Brigade

Rifle regiments, c. 1850. 75:2-4

--Royal Marine Artillery

  Royal Marine Artilleryman. 20:13

--Royal Marines

  Drum major 1828. 18:plate

  Master of the band 1828. 18:plate

--Royal Navy

  British campaign medals-the naval general service medal

    1793-1840. 33:20-21,25

--Volunteers

  Mounted rifles & light horse volunteers. I. 52:14-19,37,

    plate ; II. 53:17-20, plate ; III. 54:16-19

  “New” uniforms of Metropolitan Rifle Volunteer corps 1860.

    53:36-37

   -1881-1914

Armed trains, Egypt 1882. 25:10-12

British army of 1900. I. 49:18-19

British campaign medals-campaign medals for Omdurman. 36:12-

  13

British campaign medals-the Egypt medal 1882. I. 44:30-31,

  letter on 47:40 ; II. 46:29,35

British field service uniforms-Sudan 1898. 19:26-28,30

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1881-1914 (con’t.)

 

British pouches and belts c. 1904. I. 27:24-26 ; 36:29-31 ;

  37:18-19

British troops in the Sudan 1882-5. 25:13-14

Bugles in Kordofan. I. 48:6-8,11,13,27-28 ; II. 49:12-

  14,29,34-35 ; III. 51:8-10,15,19,32 ; IV. 52:8-10,21,27-

  28,31 ; V. 53:8-10,27-28

Dress distinctions of the Scottish regiments. 56:20, plate ;

  58:20, plate ; 60:20,plate ; letters on 62:40

Dress Regulations for the Army 1900. 39:38

Egypt medal of 1882 Tel-el-Kebir. 76:14-18

General Gordon in the Sudan. 27:10-13

Gordon, W.J. Bands of the British Army. (Ogilby #352).

  33:plates ; 34:plates ; 35:plates ; 36:plates

Holding, T.H. Uniforms of the British Army, Navy and Court.

  41:36

Imperial troops on parade, New Zealand, 1901. I. 51:28-31 ;

  II. 52:32-33 ; letter on 55:40

Johnson, David. The Anglo-Boer War. 33:30

Letter on Zanzibar war. 23:36

Man of parts. 76:28

Naval Brigade at Tel-el-Kebir, 1882. 21:17-19

Reckitt, B.N. The Lindley Affair. 65:35

Review of the 1st Army Corps by Queen Victoria at

  Aldershot: store wagons and pontoons passing before the

  Queen. 75:5

Scottish regiments of the British Army 1895. 31:plate

Simkin, Richard. Types of the British Army. [Ogilby #850].

  Reprint. 62:38 ; 65:38 ; 68:36

South African War Honours & Awards 1899-1902. 54:37

Tit for tat. I. 68:27-31 ; II: 69:22-27 ; 70:33 ; 71:32-33 ;

  74:11-19

Two royal field marshals. 15:8-9

Who wore what when. 3:24-25 ; 4:3 ; 5:14 ; 6:4-5 ; 8:33 ;

  10:30-31

Wilkinson, Frederick. Cavalry and Yeomanry Badges of the

  British Army 1914. 75:38

--Artillery. Royal Artillery

  British artillery, Egypt 1882. I. 26:20-23 ; II. 27:17-22;

    letter on 32:36

  Letter on organization in the late 19th cent. 47:40

--Artillery. Royal Horse Artillery

  “A” battery (the Chestnut troop) R.H.A., c. 1890. 68:plate

    [Simkin, Richard. Simkin’s Our Army]

  Letter on uniforms in Egypt, 1882. 30:40

--Cavalry

  British lancers and hussars, 1912. 6:9

  Full dress uniforms of the British dragoons c. 1904.

    41:19-23

--Cavalry. 2nd (Royal Scots Greys) Dragoons

  Royal Scots Greys, ca. 1890. 67:cover

--Cavalry. 3rd (King’s Own) Hussars

  Kettledrummer, c. 1900. 26:8

--Cavalry. 4th (Queen’s Own) Hussars

  Brab. 26:3

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1881-1914 (con’t.)

 

--Cavalry. 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers

  Officer’s lance cap, c. 1890. 48:28

--Cavalry. 17th Lancers

  17th Lancers in India 1883-1893. I. 57:9-12 ; II.

    58:21-23

--Cavalry. 19th Hussars

  Col. Percy H.S. Barrow, the 19th Hussars in the Sudan.

    33:12-14

--Cavalry. 21st Lancers

  Plates. 38:plates

  21st Lancers & the Dervish army at Omdurman in 1898. I.

    35:7-13 ; II. 36:6-11

  Uniforms of the 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers. 38:15-

    20

--General and staff officers

  British aides-de-camp to the Sovereign, c. 1897. 41:24-26

  British staff uniforms 1897. I. 39:7-10 ; II. 40:14-19

--Guards. Cavalry. 1st Life Guards

  1st Life Guards on service in Egypt. 67:plate [Simkin,

    Richard. Our Soldiers in Egypt]

--Infantry. the Royal Scots

  Royal Scots in Zululand 1888. 2:3

--Infantry. the Border Regiment

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 1. 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. the Hampshire Regiment

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 3. 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. the Welsh Regiment

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 2. 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. the Black Watch (the Royal Highlanders)

  Black Watch, 42nd & 73rd Foot. 34:plate [Simkin, R. Types

          of the British Army

--Infantry. the Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.)

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 4 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 6 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. the Northamptonshire Regiment

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 8 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. Princess Charlotte of Wales’s (Berkshire) Regt.

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 5 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. the Oxfordshire Light Infantry

  Uniforms of the British Infantry, no. 7 32:plate [Simkin,

    R. Types of the British Army]

--Infantry. Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regt.)

  Bugle major, 1st Btl., Malta 1896. 33:cover

  Col. and adjutant, c. 1910. 57:cover

  H.L.I., Malakand 1897. 44:34

  H.L.I., piper and bandsman, c. 1910. 69:plate

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1881-1914 (con’t.)

 

--Infantry. Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders

  Q’s O. C. H. 69:plate

  Q’s O. C. H., c. 1910. 55:cover

--Infantry. Princess Louise’s Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

  P.L.’s A. & S. H. 34:plate [Simkin, R. Types of the

    British Army]

--Infantry. the Rifle Brigade (the Prince Consort’s Own)

  Rifle Brigade, 1886. 34:cover [Simkin, R.]

--Royal Engineers

  Royal Engineers, 1914, staff sgt., full dress. 53:34-35

--Royal Navy

  Royal Navy shore landing rig 1896. 70:35

--Volunteers. 1st Bucks Volunteers

  First Bucks Volunteers 1893. 58:24-27

--Volunteers. 1st Middlesex Engineers Volunteers

  Tunic of sergeant bandsman 1901. 29:24

  Volunteer engineers “at work”. 63:plate [Payne, Harry. Our

    Volunteers]

--Volunteers. Honourable Artillery Co.

  Horse battery, Honourable Artillery Co. 62:plate [Payne,

    Harry. Our Volunteers]

--Volunteers. London Rifle Brigade (1st London Rifle Vols.)

  Advance party of London Rifle Brigade (1st London R.V.).

    62:plate [Payne, Harry. Our Volunteers]

--Volunteers. Middlesex Artillery Volunteers

  Field battery of the 3rd Middlesex Artillery ... 64:plate

    [Payne, Harry. Our Volunteers]

  Magnificent volunteer artillery sabretache. 8:4

--Volunteers. Middlesex Light Horse Volunteers

  Letter on uniforms. 30:40

--Volunteers. Queen’s Westminsters (13th Middlesex Rifle V.)

  Advance party of ... scouts of the mounted infantry of the

    Queen’s Westminster (13th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers).

    62:plate [Payne, Harry. Our Volunteers]

--Volunteers. Royal Fusiliers. 2nd Volunteer Btl.

  2nd Volunteer Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. 62:plate [Payne,

    Harry. Our Volunteers]

--Volunteers. 22nd Middlesex Rifles

  22nd Middlesex Rifles (Central London Rangers). 63:plate

    [Payne, Harry. Our Volunteers]

--Yeomanry

  Simkin, Richard. British Yeomanry Uniforms. London:

    Frederick Muller. Controversy on.

    Letter critical of Simkin by Barlow & Smith. 60:39-40 ;

      61:39-40

    Response to Barlow & Smith by Laurence Archer. 62:39

    Response to Archer (62:39) by Barlow & Smith. 62:39-40

    Response to Barlow & Smith (62:39-40) by Archer. 63:40

    Response to Archer (63:40) by Barlow. 66:40

    Letters by others on the controversy. 63:40 ; 64:40

  Yeomanry cavalry. 64:plate

--Yeomanry. Duke of York’s Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 8. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1881-1914 (con’t.)

 

--Yeomanry. Lanarkshire Yeomanry Cavalry

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 5. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

--Yeomanry. Lothian & Berwickshire Yeomanry

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 1. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

  Letter on. 60:39

--Yeomanry. Middlesex Yeomanry

  Letter on uniforms. 30:40

  Middlesex Yeomanry in 1914. 21:21

  Photo and biographical data on Robert Bickersteth, col.

    1891-92. 49:39

--Yeomanry. Prince of Wales’s Own Yorkshire Hussars

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 6. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

--Yeomanry. Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry Cavalry

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 4. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

--Yeomanry. Royal Berks Yeomanry Cavalry

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 2. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

--Yeomanry. Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 7. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

--Yeomanry. Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry

  R. 1st D. Y. C. 34:plate [Simkin, R. Types of the British

    Army]

--Yeomanry. Royal North Devon Hussars

  R.N.D.H. 34:plate [Simkin, R. Types of the British Army]

--Yeomanry. Westmoreland & Cumberland Hussars

  British Yeomanry Uniforms, no. 3. 32:plate [Simkin, R.

    Types of the British Army]

   -1914-1918

Barnes, R. Money. The British Army of 1914. 30:24

Borton, Arthur Close. My Warrior Sons. 68:33

[British role in World War I]. 4:1

Capt. John Crowe, V.C. 11:36

Corp. David Hunter, V.C. 12:5

Eades, Tom. The War Diary and Letters of Corporal Eades,

  1915-1917. 68;34

Echoes of old wars. 20:10

First shell, 1914. 5:23

Giles, John. The Ypres Salient. 51:37-38

Greenwell, Graham H. An Infant in Arms. 63:34-35

Half-century. 30:25

Harris, H.E.D. The Irish Regiments in the First World War.

  31:30

Irate quartermaster. 27:2

Kitchener’s army. I. 49:6-10 ; II. 52:11-13 ; letter on

  55:40

Late Cecil C.P. Lawson. 21:20

Major Alfred Herring, V.C. 19:5

Masefield, John. The Old Front Line. 63:35

May, Ernest. Signal Corporal. 68:36

Middlebrook, Martin. First Day on the Somme. 58:36-37

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, -1914-1918 (con’t.)

 

  Old Contemptibles. 15:6

--Imperial Camel Brigade

  Inchbald, Geoffrey. Imperial Camel Corps. 52:40

--Infantry. East Surrey Regt. 13th (Service) Btl.

  British Territorial Force Infantry 1914-1918. 6:8

--Infantry. Royal Fusiliers 8th (1st City of London). Btl.

  British infantry 1915, Territorials. 3:14

  Officer. 5:25

  Winter kit, 1915. 4;14

   -1918-1939

Bitter road. I. 65:21-23,28 ; II. 66:2-4,10 ; letter on

  69:39

Dennis, Peter. Decision by Default. 63:36

--Cavalry. Royal Scots Greys

  Band of the Royal Scots Greys, c. 1937. 38:cover

--Guards. Cavalry. Life Guards

  Kettledrummer of the Life Guards 1930. 24:9

   -1939-1945

Badges and Emblems of the British Forces 1940. 29:18

Commando corporal. 13:4

Crimp, R.L. The Diary of a Desert Rat. 61:34

Fraser, George MacDonald. The General Danced at Dawn. 56:38

Horsed cavalry in World War II. 5:22

Jackson, W.G.F. Alexander of Tunis as Military Commander.

  61:38

Lewin, Ronald. Montgomery as Military Commander. 62:37-38

Trevelyan, Raleigh. The Fortress. 62:36

--King’s Royal Rifle Corps. 22nd Central London Rangers

  Letter on Nordenfeldt machine gun section. 3:31

--Royal Air Force

  Revie, Alastair. The Lost Command. 66:38

--Special Operations Executive

  Sweet-Escott, Bickham. Baker Street Irregular. 24:23

--15th Infantry Division

  Woollcombe, Robert. Lion Rampant. 47:37

--79th Armoured Division

  Duncan, Nigel. 79th Armoured Division Hobo’s Funnies.

    63:36

   -1945-

[Amalgamation]. 16:1 ; 19:5

Blaxland, Gregory. The Regiments Depart. 56:35

British utopia through Russian eyes. 22:4

End of an era. 25:2

Letter on trooping the colour. 17:39

Long way from home. 25:3

Milton, Roger. The English Ceremonial Book. 62:35

Oldest Chelsea pensioner. 11:37

Retired after 55 yrs. service. 25:3

Senior drum major. 11:37

Very model of a modern major general. 12:4-5

Veterans of the Foreign Legion. 11:37

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GREAT BRITAIN, - 1945- (con’t.)

 

--Guards

  Editorial on revival of tradition in the Household

    Brigade. 21:1

  First and the last. 26:2

  Medical amalgamation. 25:3

--Guards. Cavalry. Royal Horse Guards

  Corporal farrier. 11:cover

--Guards. Cavalry. State Trumpeters

  the State funeral. 8:30

--Guards. Infantry. Irish Guards

  Mascot Shaun. 10:15

  St. Patrick’s Day. 17:4

--Guards. Infantry. Welsh Guards

  50th anniversary. 11:37

--Gurkhas

  Gurkhas. 46:30-33

  Gurkhas-Queen’s Gurkha orderly officers. 48:34-35

  Gurkhas-Victoria and George Crosses of those who served in

  Gurkha regiments. 47:26-27

  Lance Corp. Rambahadur Limbu, V.C. 15:24-25

  Letter on special Gurkha issue (#45). 51:40

  [Photo of medal winners from the 10th Princess Mary’s Own

    Gurkha Rifles]. 21:2

  Pocock, Tom. Fighting General. 71:38-39

--Infantry. Royal Fusiliers

  Fusiliers exercise their rights. 24:7

--Infantry. the Gloucestershire Regiment

  Carew, Tim. The Glorious Glosters, 1945-1970. 49:38

--Infantry. King’s Own Royal Border Regiment

  New mascot. 14:3

  Unusual mascot. 13:7

--Infantry. the Queen’s Regiment

  Editorial. 16:1

  Queen’s Regiment. 19:5

--Royal Air Force

  RAF standard. 21:3

  Tradition in the RAF. 13:7

  25th anniversary of the RAF regiment. 21:3

--Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst

  Waterloo broadside. 26:3

--Yeoman Warders

  [Photo]. 22:2

see also AMALGAMATION

Great Military Battles. Cyril Falls, ed. London: Weidenfels

   & Nicholson, 1964. 5:24 ; critique of 7:38 ; note on critique

   8:31

GREAT NORTHERN WAR (1700-1721) see SOEDRA STAECKET, BATTLE OF

                                  STOCKHOLM, SIEGE OF (1719)

GREEN, HOWARD

   The King’s Own Royal Regiment. London: Leo Cooper, 1972.

(Famous Regiments). 65:37

   Kithener’s army. I. 49:6-10 ; II. 52:11-13 ; letter on 55:40

   Marlborough’s men. 53:29-31,35 ; letter on 56:39

GREEN, MICHAEL ROBERT

   Russian gousari 1812. 75:25-27

 

 

 

GREEN, W.G., III

 

GREEN, W.G., III

   German side arms tassels, 1939. 31:20-21

GREENWELL, GRAHAM H. An Infant in Arms. London: Penguin, 1972.

   63:34-35

GRIERSON, JAMES MONCRIEFF. Records of the Scottish Volunteer

   Force 1859-1908. London: Frederick Muller, 1972. 69:34

GRIFFIN, P.

   Tigers of India. 76:30-32

GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM

   Private Griffiths, V.C. 4:11

GRIFFITS, A.

   Uniforms of British cavalry. 9:31

GRIPENBERG, OLE. Taennsoldater som Leksaker Samlarfigurer och

   Undervisningmaterial. Helsingfors: Holger Schildts Forlag.

   72:38

Der grosse Uniformkalendar 1969. 31:1

GROUCHY, EMMANUEL de (1766-1847)

   [Illustration]. 29:plate

GROUVEL, ROBERT, vicomte. Les Corps de troupe de l’emigration

   francaise 1789-1815. Paris: Editions de la Sabretache, 1957.

   5:29

GUARD UNITS

   Bavarian hartschieres. 47:14-16

   Carabinieri Reali, capt., full dress, 1864. 75:20,plate

   Flower posy guardsmen. 62:2-3,27

   French royal guard 1829-1830, 8th Inf. Regt. 39:21-22

   Garde francaise, Fontenoy, 1745. 24:cover

   Garde Royale, 7th Inf. Regt. (1st Swiss) 1830. 55:14-15

   Governor’s bodyguard, Bengal. 50:23,plate

   Governor’s bodyguard, Bombay. 50:23,plate

   Governor’s bodyguard, Madras. 50:22,plate

   Grenadier guards drummer in full dress [Netherlands]. 65:cover

   Grenadiers of the guard, Duchy of Parma, 1851. 48:2-3,cover

   Guardians of the Habsburg throne ‘Die erste adelige Arcieren-

leibgarde.’ 51:33-35

   His Excellency the Governor General’s Bodyguard. 50:21

   Kettledrummer of the Guides, Imperial Guard, 2nd French Empire.

38:27

   Kingdom of Italy-‘Cacciatori’ Regt. of the Royal Guard. 1813-

1814. 72:cover

   Neapolitan Royal Guards 1852. 71:plate [Zezon, Antonio. Tipi

military]

   Second co., or Black Musketeers, Maison du Roi, 1770.

59:31,cover

   Some notes on the cavalry of the Maison du Roi. 17:26-28,40

   Swiss Guards of Louis XVI. 13:5

   Swiss infantry regiments, Garde Royale 1816-1817. 54:10-11

   Uniforms of the Garde Francais 1745-50. 24:18-20

   see also FRANCE, -1789-1815,--Guard

            GREAT BRITAIN, --Guards [all periods]

            PRUSSIA, --Guard [all periods]

            RUSSIA, --Guard [all periods]

GUERRILLAS

   Campbell, Arthur. Guerrillas. 24:38

 

 

 

 

GUEST, JOHN

 

GUEST, JOHN. Broken Images: a War Journal.  London: Leo Cooper,

   1970. 47:37

GUILBART, J.

   Letter on German helmets 1939. 4:31

GUILD OF MODEL SOLDIER MANUFACTURERS

   Letter on. 23:35

GURKHAS

   see GREAT BRITAIN, -1945-, Gurkhas

       INDIA. Gurkhas

       KUKRIS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H

 

HALPERN, PAUL G. The Mediterranean Naval Situation, 1908-14.

   Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1971. 57:38

HAMILTON, EDWARD P. The French Army in America. Ottawa: Museum

   Restoration Service, 1967. 23:34

HAMMERSEN, FREDERICK P.A.

   Letter on Zanzibar war. 23:36

HANBURY-SPARROW, ARTHUR ALAN. The Landlocked Lake. London: A.

   Barker, 1932. 4:11

HANGER, GEORGE. Reflexions on the Menaced Invasion. London: E. &

   W. Books. 57:35

HANOVER

   -1792-1815

     Appendices from Sibourne. 9:40-43

     Hanoverian account [of Waterloo]. 9:14,17

     Hanoverians. 20:10

     Letter on Waterloo standards. 21:39

     Letter requesting more information on its Napoleonic period.

       37:40

HANSEN, CHRISTIAN WURGLER

   Assault on Stralsund. ill. I. 52:22-25,36-37 ; II. 53:2-7

   Battle on Boden, 4 Dec., 1813. 64:14-16,20

   Danish general adjutant, c. 1806. 57:14-15

   Danish troops in the French XIII Army Corps. 64:20,cover

   Danish Uniforms 1800-15. Copenhagen: the Author. 57:37

   Light Dragoon Regiment of Jutland. 56:cover

HARBOTTLE, THOMAS BENFIELD. Dictionary of Battles. Detroit: Gale

   Research, 1966. 31:30 ; London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1971. 59:35

HARDING, JAMES. The Duke of Wellington. London: Morgan-Grampian,

   1968. 31:30

HARDY, THOMAS (1840-1928)

   Melancholy Hussar of the German Legion. 11:40

   The Trumpet Major. 7:3

HARGREAVES, REGINALD

   Gorget. 23:18-21

HARRIS, H.E.D. The Irish Regiments in the First World War.

   Mercier Press. 31:30

HARRIS, HENRY

   The Alma 1854. London: Charles Knight, 1971. (Knight’s

     Battles for Wargamers). 60:34

   The Royal Irish Fusiliers. London: Leo Cooper, 1972. (Famous

     Regiments series). 62:38

HARRIS, JOHN. Recollections of Rifleman Harris. London: Leo

   Cooper, 1970. 44:37

HARRIS, R.G.

   Fifty Years of Yeomanry Uniforms. London: Frederick Muller.

     67:33

   Harry Payne-military artist. I. 43:8-9 ; II. 44:8-11 ; III. 46:

     13-16 ; IV. 47:32-33 ; V. 48:21-23

   Letter on photo “Foreign military attaches in Delhi” (56:29).

     60:39

   Lt. Col. B. Granville Baker, DSO, soldier, author and artist.

     40:2-5

 

 

 

 

 

 

HART, CLAUDE R.

 

HART, CLAUDE R.

   Letter on “British infantry officers ca. 1680-1690” (44:18-20).

     48:40

   Letter on “Marlborough’s Men” (53:29-31,35). 56:39

HASTINGS, BATTLE OF (14 Oct. 1066)

   Barclay, C.N. Battle 1066. 15:6

   1066 and all that. 13:4

HASWELL, JOCK. Citizen Armies. London: Peter Davies, 1973. 72:40

HASWELL-MILLER, A.E.

   Military Drawings and Paintings in the Royal Collection. with

     N.P. Dawnay. London: Phaidon, 1966. Vol. I. 19:31 ; 20:11.

     Vol. II. 46:37

   Watercolor from Dobson’s Charles II. 10:14

HAUTPOL, D’, JEAN JOSEPH (1754-1807)

   [Illustration]. 29:plate

HAWKWOOD, JOHN, Sir (d. 1394)

   Sir J.H. Hawkwood. 15:17

HAY, IAN. The King’s Service. London: Methuen, 1938. quoted from.

   20:9-10

HAYES, MATTHEW HORACE

   Among Horses in Russia. London: T.F. Unwin, 1894. Excerpts

     from. I. 59:21-25 ; II. 61:22-27 ; III. 62:28-31 ; IV. 63:17-

     18

HAYES, MICHAEL ANGELO

   The British Army. London: William Spooner, 1840-44. (Ogilby

     #885). Plates from

      No. 1 Royal Artillery-Horse Brigade [Marching order].

             56:plate

      No. 4 7th (the Queen’s Own) Hussars. Marching order.

            55:plate

      No. 15 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards. Review order.

             55:plate

      No. 21 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). Heavy marching

             order. 53:plate

      No. 27 9th (the Queen’s Royal) Regt. of Light Dragoons

             (Lancers). Heavy marching order. 55:plate

      No. 34 Royal Artillery-Horse Brigade. Review order [Manning

             battery]. 53:plate

      No. 37 11th (or Prince Albert’s Own) Regt. of Hussars,

             Marching order. 55:plate

      No. 45 3rd (the King’s Own) Light Dragoons. Marching order.

             [in India]. 56:plate

   The British Army. London: Henry Graves & Co., 1846. (Ogilby

     #396). Plates from.

      No. 5 the Hussars. 70:plate

      No. 6 the Lancers. 70:plate

      No. 14 the Line. 71:plate

   Royal Horse Artillery coming into action, 1846. 17:8

   17th Lancers. 14:5

   Watercolors of the Royal Scots Greys’ band, 1838. 38:4-5

HAYTHORNTHWAITE, PHILIP J.

   British militia and volunteer shoulder belt plates, 1793-1815.

     75:10-13

   Edinburgh town guard 1607-1817. 71:7-9,17

   Letter on Loyal Lusitanian Legion. 62:40

 

 

 

HAYTHORNTHWAITE, PHILIP J. (con’t.)

 

   Letter on Loyal Warrington Volunteers. 49:39

   Letter on Whitney Young’s “Uniforms and Organization of the

     Royal Swedish ...” and C.A. Norman’s “Brunswick Corps at

     Waterloo.” 67:39-40

   London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, 1779-1829.

     72:2-4

   Scottish Fencible infantry 1759-1802. I. 67:15-19 ; II. 68:15-19

   Uniforms of the Swedish army and navy 1814. 75:29-30

HAYWARD, J.F. Die Kunst der Alten Buchsenmacher. Hamburg &

   Berlin: Paul Parey. 41:37

HEADDRESS

   Carman, W.Y. Headdresses of the British Army. Cavalry. 31:30 ;

     Yeomanry. 47:36

   Helmets and headgear of the U.S. Army 1872-1902. I. 56:16-19 ;

     II. 57:16-20 ; III. 58:7-13,27

   Helmets of the British heavy cavalry. 70:2-8

   Klima, Herbert. Helme. 67:33

   Letter on 23rd Foot at Waterloo. 13:39

   Napoleon’s helmet, the King’s Dragoon Guards 1847-71. 48:36

   Some imperial German headdresses 1900-14. 23:28-29

   Some outstanding miniature head-dresses. 70:8,back cover

   Unusual hats of the 23rd Fusiliers. 13:13

   see also CUIRASSIER HELMETS

            CZAPKAS

            MITRE CAPS

            SHAKOS

            SPIKED HELMETS

HEARN, G.L.

   Letter on Oldenburg troops in 1849. 71:40

HEATH, WILLIAM

   Heath-Gleadah-Fores’ British Army. London: S.W. Fores, 1820-28.

     (Ogilby #401).

     Plate [5] the 2nd Dragoon Guards. 67:plate

   Officer, 8th Royal Irish Hussars, ca. 1830. 8:29 ; 25:cover

HEATHCOTE, D.

   Sales talk. 14:37

HEERESGESCHICHTLICHES MUSEUM (Vienna).

   Catalogue of the Exhibition in Commemoration of the 300th

     Birthday of Prince Eugene of Savoy. 27:3

   National Army Museum of Autria. 71:21-24,29

HEFTER, J. The Army of the Republic of Texas. Bellevue, Neb.:

   Old Army Press, 1971. 63:37

HEILSBERG, BATTLE OF (10 June 1807)

   Capture of the eagle of the 55th Line Infantry Regt. by the

     Black Hussars at Heilsberg, E. Prussia 10 June 1807. 47:plate

     [Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

HEINL, R.D., Jr. Dictionary of Naval and Military Quotations.

   Annapolis: US Naval Institute, 1966. 22:29

HENDERSON, G.F.R.

   33rd East Prussian Fusiliers in the War of 1870-71. I.

     14:22-25 ; II. 15:12-15

HENDERSON, JAMES. Sword Collecting for Amateurs. London:

   Frederick Muller, 1969. 36:36 ; 60:35

 

 

 

 

 

HENNESSEY, MAURICE N.

 

HENNESSEY, MAURICE N. The Wild Geese: the Irish Soldier in Exile.

   London: Sidwick & Jackson, 1973. 71:38 ; 75:38

HERALDRY

   Fox-Davies, A.C. A Complete Guide to Heraldry. 37:35

   Lefevre, Jean. European Armorial. 58:39

   Parker, James. Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry. 43:38

   Williams, Geoffrey. Heraldry of the Cinque Ports. 55:38

HERBERT, E.J.

   Tribesmen of the Northwestern Frontier. 61:14-17,32

HERRING, ALFRED

   Major Alfred Herring, V.C. 19:5

HESKETH, ROBERT H. BAMFORD

   Echo of Waterloo. 16:11

HESSE

   -1871-1914

     --Cavalry

       Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry, 1892. 52:21,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtiqungen]

     --Infantry

       Uniforms of the imperial German army, 1892. 60:32,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtiqungen]

HESSE-CASSEL

   -to 1792

     --Infantry. Grenadier Regiment von Rall

       German regiment in America 1776-1783. 69:14-15

HESSE-DARMSTADT

   -1792-1815

     --Artillery

       Hesse-Darmstadt in Spain 1809. 49:16-17

     --Infantry. Regt. Graf und Erbprinz

       In Spain, 1810-1811. 41:16-18 ; 42:18-19,24

HEUFREY, THOMAS HETHERINGTON

   Unusual command. 22:3

HEWITT, JOHN. Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe. Graz:

   Akademische Druck und Verlagsanstalt, 1967. 16:25 ; 24:23

HEXHAM, BATTLE OF (15 May 1464)

   Did you know? 16:12

Hicks, William Gen. (1830-1883)

   Bugles in Kordofan. I. 48:6-8,11,13,27-28 ; II. 49:12-14,29,34-

     35 ; III. 51:8-10,15,19,32 ; IV. 52:8-10,21,27-28,31 ; V. 53:

     8-10,27-28

HIDE, DAVID

   Mercer’s journal of the Waterloo campaign. I. 54:2-5,11 ; II.

     55:12-13,15,21

HIERONYMUSSEN, PAUL. Orders, Medals, and Decorations of Britain

   and Europe. London: Blandford Press, 1967. 22:24,36

HIGHAM, ROBIN. A Guide to the Sources of British Military

   History. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1972. 62:36

HIGHLANDERS

   Grant, George. The New Highland Military Discipline of 1757.

     24:38

   Highland story. 70:13-15

   Highlanders of Scotland. 10:29 ; letter on 18:39

   Letter on sporran. 23:35

   Origin of the kilt. 44:33

 

 

 

HIGHLANDERS (con’t.)

 

   see also GREAT BRITAIN, --Names of Highland regiments in all

           periods

HILLS, OLIVER

   Letter on “Prussian and Bavarian general officers” and “a For-

     gotten but colourful war.” 2:31

   24th Foot (South Wales Borderers), Zulu War 1879. 6:28 ; letter

     on 7:38

HILLS, R.J.T.

   The Royal Dragoons. London: Leo Cooper, 1972. (Famous

     Regiments). 65:34

   The Royal Horse Guards. London: Leo Cooper, 1970. 46:38-39

HINCHCLIFFE MODELS

   Hinchcliffe Models. 29:22-23

HINTON, MARCUS

   Letter on Guild of Model Soldier Manufacturers. 23:35

HISTOREX [Model Soldiers]

   Review of. 69:38

Historische Uniformen. Munchen: Adolf Korsch Verlag. 23:36

HOBSON, NORMAN

   Letter on Bavarian Hartschieres. 51:40

HOCHSPRUNG, MAX

   Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer. 1892.

     Plates from:

     Bavarian cavalry. 53:28,plate

     Bavarian horse furniture. 54:21,plate

     Bavarian infantry & Hartschieres. 59:29,plate

     Convention States of Prussia [cavalry]. 52:21,plate

     Mecklenburg, Baden and Hessian infantry. 60:32,plate

     Prussian cuirassiers. 52:21,plate

     Prussian generals, ADC’s & adjutants. 56:21,plate

     Prussian guard cavalry. 52:21,plate

     Prussian guard infantry. 56:21,plate

     Prussian horse furniture. 54:21,plate

     Prussian hussar officers’ horse furniture. 54:21,plate

     Prussian Jager, Life Gendarmerie, staff, ordinance, and

       mounted field Jager corps. 60:32,plate

     Prussian line dragoons. 52:21,plate

     Prussian line hussars. 52:21,plate

     Prussian line lancers. 52:21,plate

     Saxon cavalry. 53:28,plate

     Saxon general officers & adjutants. 58:20,plate

     Saxon horse furniture. 54:21,plate

     Saxon rifles, Jagers, and infantry. 58:20,plate

     Wurttemberg cavalry, medical & veterinary services. 59:29,pl.

     Wurttemberg general officers, general staff, palace guard co.

       59:29,plate

     Letter on. 60:39

HOFER, ANDREAS (1767-1810)

   Centenaries 1967. 20:10

HOFFMANN, ANTON

   Das Heer des Blauen Konigs. (1909).

     Illustration from. 37:6-14 ; 38:30-34 ; 39:3

     Reprint. 42:37

   Saxon [i.e. Bavarian] gendarmes, c. 1815. 11:9 ; errata 12:39

 

 

 

 

HOGAN, P.K.

 

HOGAN, P.K.

   Kompagnie Hospital Soldaten ... Dutch Army 1831. 58:32-33

   Royal Engineers 1914. 53:34-35

HOGG, O.F.G.

   Artillery: Its Origin, Heyday, and Decline. London: C. Hurst,

     1970. 47:38

   Handgun and harquebuss. 46:18-20

HOLDING, T.H. Uniforms of the British Army, Navy, and Court.

   (1894). Reprint. London: Frederick Muller, 1969. 41:36

HOLLOWAY, EDGAR A.

   Colonel & adjutant, Highland Light Infantry, 1910. 57:cover

   Highland Light Infantry. 69:plate

   Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders. 69:plate

   Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, 1910. 55:cover

HOLMES, E.R. Borodino 1812. London: Charles Knight, 1971.

   (Knight’s Battles for Wargamers). 57:38

HOLZMINDEN (World War I POW Camp)

   Winchester, Barry. Beyond the Tumult. 63:36

HOOKER, T.D.

   Dutch army in the war for Belgian independence, 1830-31.

     65:2-7

   Mexico and the war of 1846. I. 61:18-20 ; II. 62:18-20,38

   Rise and fall of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico 1864-1867. I.

     71:2-6, letter on photo (71:5) 74:40 ; II. 72:9-13,32 ; III.

     74:26-29 ; IV. 75:6-9 ; V. 76:19-23

   Uniforms of the Mexican army 1839-47. I. Infantry. 64:29-32 ;

     II. Cavalry, artillery, medical. 66:22-25

HORROCKS, BRIAN. Famous Regiments. (series). 57:38 ; 58:38

HORSE FURNITURE

   Bavarian horse furniture. 54:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nach-

     trage und Berichtigungen]

   Letters on saddle rings, c. 1580. 64:40 ; 65:40

   Officer’s review furniture 10th Hussars, 1810-14. 10:4-5

   Prussian horse furniture. 54:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nach-

     trage und Berichtigungen]

   Prussian hussar officers’ horse furniture. 54:21,plate [Hoch-

     sprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

   Saxon horse furniture. 54:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage

     und Berichtigungen]

   Tylden, G. Horses and Saddlery. 14:9

HORSES

   Famous chargers. 7:4-5 ; 8:31

   Grooming by vacuum cleaner. 18:6

   the Plague spot. 66:26-28

   Tylden, G. Horses and Saddlery. 14:9

HORVATH, C.C.

   Preussische armee Uniformen unter der regierung Friedrich

     Wilhelm II, Konigs von Preussen. Potsdam: C.C. Horvath,

     1789. (Colas #1484, Lipperheide #2151). Plates from.

     Adjutant-general of cavalry. 60:plate

     Dragoon officer and trooper. 60:plate

     1st Regiment of Hussars. 60:plate

     Garde du Corps. 60:plate

     General staff officer. 60:plate

     Guard grenadier battalion no. 6. 60:plate

 

 

 

HORVATH, C.C. (con’t.)

 

     2nd Regiment, von Beeren, cuirassiers. 60:plate

     2nd Regiment, von Zieten, hussars. 60:plate

HOWARD, MICHAEL. The Mediterranean Strategy in the Second World

   War. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1968. 26:33

HOWARD-HEATON, BRIAN

   Letter on Autro-Hungarian and German army plates. 60:39

HOWARTH, DAVID. A Near Run Thing. London: Collins, 1968. 29:18

HOWELL, EDGAR M.

   Letter on British shako research. 13:39

HOYER, PHILIP

   Elite gendarmes of the Imperial Guard 1808-1814. 75:14

   French Imperial Guard, Sapeurs de Genie 1811-1815. 69:16-

     18 ; II. Eclaireurs. 75:21-23

HUDSON, JOHN M. & F. Glenn Thompson. Datasheets. Dublin: Hudson.

   33:30 ; 35:35 ; 49:36-37

HUGHES, B.P.

   The Bengal Horse Artillery 1800-61. London: Arms & Armour,

     1971. 57:35

   British Smoothbore Artillery-the Muzzle-Loading Artillery of

     the 18th & 19th Centuries. London: Arms & Armour. 42:36

   Indian mountain artillery 1849-1939. I. 48:24-26 ; II. 49:2-5 ;

     III. 51:16-19

HULL, EDWARD

   Costume of the British Army in MDCCCXXVIII. London: Engelmann,

     Graf, Coindet & Co., 1828-30. (Ogilby #465)

      #10 1st Life Guards trumpeter. 67:plate

      #17 Officer, Royal Horse Artillery, 1828, in review order.

           18:8

      #28 4th Regt. Royal Irish Dragoons. 70:3

HULME GRAMMER SCHOOL (ENGLAND)

   Unusual monument. 6:23

HUMOR

   Howler. 4:14 ; 5:23

HUNDRED YEARS WAR (1337-1453)

   Development of armour during the Hundred Years War. I. 7:34-36,

     errata 8:4 ; II. 1340-1410. 8:34-36 ; III. 1410-1430. 10:6-8,

     11

   Long and the short of it. 24:7

   see also AGINCOURT, BATTLE OF (25 Oct. 1415)

            POITIERS, BATTLE OF (19 Sept. 1356)

HUNGARY. see AUSTRIA-HUNGARY

HUNT, DONALD

   Bavarian Hartshieres. 47:14-16

   Flower posy guardsmen. 62:2-3,27

   Guardians of the Habsburg throne, ‘die erste adelige

     Arcierenliebgarde.’ 51:33-35

   In search of the imperial past. 11:26-27

   Kaiser’s palace guard: the ‘Schlossgardekompanie.’ 53:14-16

   Palace grenadiers of the Tsar. 72:33-34,37

   Sidelights on the Prussian Guard. 60:26-27,33

HUNTER, DAVID

   Corporal David Hunter, V.C. 12:5

HURD, CALVIN

   Collector international II. 11:13

 

 

 

 

HUSSARS

 

HUSSARS

   Autro-Hungarian hussars, 1812. 35:32-33

   Brab. 26:3

   Brander, Michael. The 10th Hussars. 43:37

   Brett-Smith, Richard. The 11th Hussars. 43:36-37

   British hussars ... 1822-1844. 31:11-12

   Capture of the  eagle ... by the Black Hussars. 47:plate

     [Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

   Col. Percy H.S. Barrows, 19th Hussars in the Sudan. 33:12-14

   Colonel, 10th Hussars, 1843. 42:cover [Ackermann, Rudolph. “Lt.

     Gen. ...”]

   Death’s Head Hussars. I. 15:20-23 ; II. 17:33-37

   11th Hussars in marching order. 55:plate [Spooner, William. the

     British Army]

   15th Hussars in the Peninsular War. 49:30-32

   First hussars. 39:2-6,28

   1st Hussars, officers, 1800-15. 15:plate

   1st Regt. of Hussars, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath, C.C. Preussisch]

   First Swedish hussars. 63:30-32

   French hussars, 1st Empire. 17:plate

   General officer, 1st Life Hussar Regt. 2:10 ; 3:31 ; 4:32 ;

     6:30

   Hussar, campaign dress, Guard Hussar Regt., Russian army, 1835.

     36:plate

   Hussar, Hussar Regt. No. 3, 1905. 22:plate

   Hussar in campaign dress, Life Guard Hussar Regt. 36:plate

     [Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes]

   Hussar officers, 1800-1815. 15:plate

   Hussar officers’ horse furniture. 54:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max.

     Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

   Hussar Regt. von Malachowski 1741. 40:24-25 ; 44:35-36

   Hussars and infantry of the Duke of Brunswick Oel’s corps.

     55:13 [Smith, Charles Hamilton. Costume of the British Army]

   Imperial Russian Life Guard Hussars, 1913. 21:13 ; 23:21

   Java hussars. 43:27

   Kettledrummer, 3rd (the King’s Own) Hussars, c. 1900. 26:8

   Letter on Prussian hussars. 4:32

   Letter on Sumski hussars. 20:34

   Lt. Col. B. Granville Baker. 40:2-5

   Lt. Gen. the Hon. H.B. Lygone, 10th Hussars. 42:cover

   Likeness of the Prince Regent ... 67:plate [Rosenberg,Charles]

   Musee international des Hussards. 11:36

   National Guard hussars, Brazilian empire 1840. 64:12-13

   N.C.O. of the Bielo-Rossick Hussar Regt. 3:29

   9th Hussars, 1st French Empire. 12:cover,2-3 ; 36:21

   Oatts, L.B. The Emperor’s Chambermaids. 75:38

   Officer, 11th Hussars, 1854. 49:cover

   Officer, 15th Hussars, c. 1830. 10:cover

   Officer of the 7th Hussars 1808. 15:27

   Officer of the 7th Hussars 1835. 13:9

   Officer of the 8th Royal Irish Hussars, c. 1830. 8:28-29 ;

     25:cover

   Officer of the 3rd French Hussars, 1840. 18:37

   Officers and gentlemen. 14:10-17

   Officer’s review furniture, 10th Hussars, 1810-14. 10:4-5

 

 

 

HUSSARS (con’t.)

 

   Offizier von 1sten Leibhusaren Regt. 1809. 30:plate [Wolf, L.

     Abbildung ...]

   Pearman, John. Sgt. Pearman’s Memoirs. 30:24

   Prince of Wales’s Own Royal Wiltshire Hussars. I. 40:26-29 ;

     II. 41:6-7,27

   Prussia 1900-14. Hussar Regt. #4. 23:plate

   Prussia 1900-14. Hussar Regt. Von Zieten. 22:plate

   Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer, Hussar Regt. no. 16. 25:plate

   Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer, Hussar Regt. no. 17. 25:plate

   Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer, Life Guard Hussars. 23:plate

   Prussia 1900-14. Rittmeister, 2nd Rhenish Hussar Regt. 22:plate

   Prussian line hussars. 52:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage

und Berichtigunge]

   Recollections of a Prussian hussar. 22:12-17 ; 23:2-8 ; 24:14-

17 ; 25:4-7 ; 26:15-18 ; 27:14-16,30

   Rittmeister, Hussar Regt. No. 9, c. 1905. 22:plate

   Russian gousari 1812. 75:25-27

   2nd Regt., von Zieten hussars, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath, C.C.

Preussisch ...]

   2nd Westphalian Hussar Regt., Nr. 11, 1914, standard bearer.

39:28-29

   7th (Queen’s Own) Hussars. 55:plate [Spooner, William. The

British Army]

   Subaltern, elite co., 9th Hussars, 1812. 29:cover

   10th Hussars services. 1:22

   Trompette du 9e Hussards, companies ordinaries (1806-1812).

40:plate [JOB]

   Uniform of the British 10th Hussars at Waterloo 1815. 48:9-11

   Ussari di Piacenza, lt. 1864. 74:20,plate

   Wachtmeister of the Guard Hussar Regt. 5:11

HUSTON, JOHN

   Letter. 8:38

HVIDT, A.N. 1889-Gevoeret i det danske Forsvars Tieneste. Copen-

   hagen: Saertryk of Vaabenhistoriske Aaarbogen XII, 1966. 24:23

 

I

 

ICKS, ROBERT J. Famous Tank Battles. Windsor: Profile, 1973.

   68:35

Illustrated London News

   New Uniforms of the Coldstream Guards (Apr. 1856). 53:32-33

   Review of the 1st Army Corps by Queen Victoria at Aldershot:

store wagons and pontoons passing before the Queen. 75:5

Illustrated Times (London)

   Illustrations to “Garibaldi’s ‘Legione Italiana’ at the siege

of Rome 1849.” 56:11-13

   New uniforms of the French cavalry (Apr. 1860). 54:34-35

   New uniforms of the Metropolitan Rifle Volunteer Corps (Apr.

1860). 53:36-37

   Persian army (Apr. 1857). 57:26-27

INCHBALD, GEOFFREY. Imperial Camel Corps. London: Johnson

   Publications, 1970. 52:40

 

Index to British Military Costume Prints

 

 

Index to British Military Costume Prints. London: the Army

   Museum’s Ogilby Trust, 1972. 64:35

INDIA

   -General

     Carman, W.Y. Indian Army Uniforms. 32:30

     Indian army. 3:9-10

     Leslie, N.B. The Battle Honours of the British & Indian

       Armies 1695-1914. 54:37

     Letter on para-military units on the NW frontier. 65:40

     Rawson, P.S. The Indian Sword. London: Herbert Jenkins.

       29:18

     Sawai Man Singhji. The Indian State Forces-Their Lineage &

       Insignia. 43:38-39

     --Artillery. Mountain Artillery

       Indian mountain artillery 1849-1939. I. 48:24-26 ; II. 49:

         2-5 ; III. 51:16-19

     --Cavalry

       Glossary [of Indian cavalry terms]. 50:17-20

       Introduction [to special Indian cavalry issue]. 50:2-13

       Regimental titles. 50:14-15

     --Cavalry. Governor General’s Bodyguard

       His Excellency the Governor General’s Bodyguard. 50:21

     --Cavalry. Bengal. Governor’s Bodyguard

       Governor’s Bodyguard, Bengal. 50:23

     --Cavalry. Bombay. Governor’s Bodyguard

       Governor’s Bodyguard, Bombay. 50:23

     --Cavalry. Madras. Governor’s Bodyguard

       Governor’s Bodyguard, Madras. 50:22

     --Cavalry. 1st (Duke of York’s Own) Cav. (Skinner’s Horse)

       Skinner’s Horse. 50:24-25

     --Cavalry. 2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner’s Horse)

       2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner’s Horse. 50:26-27

     --Cavalry. 3rd Cavalry

       3rd Cavalry. 50:28-29

     --Cavalry. 4th (Duke of Cambridge’s Own) Lancers (Hodson’s H.)

       Hodson’s Horse. 50:30-31

     --Cavalry. 5th (King Edward VII’s Own) Lancers

       Probyn’s Horse. 50:32-34

     --Cavalry. 6th Duke of Connaught’s Own Lancers (Watson’s H.)

       6th Duke of Connaught’s Own Lancers (Watson’s H.) 73:2-3

     --Cavalry. 7th Light Cavalry

       7th Light Cavalry. 73:4-5

     --Cavalry. 8th King George’s Own Light Cavalry

       8th King George’s Own Light Cavalry. 73:6-7

     --Cavalry. . 9th the Royal Deccan Horse

       Royal Deccan Horse (9th Horse). 73:8-10

     --Cavalry. 10th Queen Victoria’s Own Corps of Guides Cavalry

       (Frontier Force)

       10th Queen V’s O.C. of G.C. (F.F.). 73:11-14,5

     --Cavalry. 11th Prince Albert Victor’s Own Cavalry (11th

       Frontier Force)

       11th P.A.V.’s O.C. (11th F.F.). 73:15-18

     --Cavalry. 12th Sam Browne’s Cavalry (12th Frontier Force)

       12th S.B.C. (12th F.F.). 73:19,21-22

 

 

 

INDIA, -General (con’t.)

 

     --Cavalry. 13th Duke of Connaught’s Own Lancers

       13th Duke of Connaught’s Own Lancers. 73:23-25

     --Gurkhas

       the Gurkhas. 45:2-7

       Gurkhas-Victoria Crosses and George Crosses of those who

         served in Gurkha regiments. 47:26-27

       the Kukri. 45:40

       Special Gurkha issue. 45

     --Gurkhas. 1st King George V’s Own Gurkha Rifles

       1st King George V’s Own Gurkha Rifles. 45:8-10

     --Gurkhas. 2nd King Edward VII’s Own Goorkhas

       2nd King Edward VII’s Own Goorkhas. 45:11-16

     --Gurkhas. 3rd Queen Alexandra’s Own Gurkha Rifles

       3rd Queen Alexandra’s Own Gurkha Rifles. 45:16-18 ; letter

         on 51:40

     --Gurkhas. 4th Prince of Wales’s Own Gurkha Rifles

       4th Prince of Wales’s Own Gurkha Rifles. 45:19-20

     --Gurkhas. 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles

       5th Royal Gurkha Rifles. 45:20-23

     --Gurkhas. 6th Queen Elizabeth’s Own Gurkha Rifles

       6th Queen Elizabeth’s Own Gurkha Rifles. 45:24-27 ; letter

         on 51:40

     --Gurkhas. 7th Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Gurkha Rifles

       7th Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Gurkha Rifles. 45:28-29

     --Gurkhas. 8th Gurkha Rifles

       8th Gurkha Rifles. 45:30-35

     --Gurkhas. 9th Gurkha Rifles

       9th Gurkha Rifles. 45:36

     --Gurkhas. 10th Princess Mary’s Own Gurkha Rifles

       10th Princess Mary’s Own Gurkha Rifles. 45:37-39

     --Native States. Hyderabad. Cavalry

       Hyderabad contingent cavalry. 42:28-31

   -to 1860

     British campaign medals, the Army of India, 1799-1826.

       39:34-35

     British campaign medals, the Indian Mutiny, 1857-58.

       38:35,20

     British cavalry of the Honourable East India Company. 36:32-

       35,28

     Burnes, Alexander. Cabool. 71:39

     Further notes on the uniform worn during the Indian Mutiny.

       I. 62:5-7,11,plate, letter on plate 65:40 ; II. 63:2-6,9

     Governor of Peshawar. 14:2

     Sailors against sepoys. 14:6-7

     Sergeant Pearman’s Memoirs. 30:24

     Some notes on military costume worn during the Indian Mutiny

       1857-58. I. 29:10-17 ; II. 30:13-20 ; letter on 32:36

     Sources for the 1st Sikh War. I. 68:24-26 ; II. 69:28-29

     Sylvester, John Henry. Cavalry Surgeon. 73:31

     12th Foot at Cochin in 1798. 44:33

     [Wellesley in India]. 19:4

     --Bengal. Artillery. Horse Artillery

       Hughes, B.P. The Bengal Horse Artillery, 1800-1861. 57:35

 

 

 

 

 

INDIA, -to 1860 (con’t.)

 

     --Bengal. Bundelkhand Legion

       Bundelkhand Legion. 19:9,36 ; 76:cover [Ackermann,

         Rudolph. Costumes of the Indian Army]

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 4th Light Cavalry

       Lt. Col. Charles Prager King. 14:4,35

     --Bengal. Cavalry. Irregular Cavalry. 3rd Regiment

       c. 1845. 21:12

     --Madras. Artillery. Horse Artillery

       Officer in full dress 1845. 44:cover [Ackermann, Rudolph.

         Costumes of the Indian Army]

     --Madras. Infantry

       Madras native infantry c. 1845. 42:8-11 ; 43:28-29

     --Madras. Infantry. 1st Native Infantry

       1st Madras Fusiliers at Lucknow, 1858. 62:plate, letter on

         65:40

     --Madras. Light Cavalry

       Madras light cavalry 1833. 16:33,13

       Madras light cavalry 1845. 6:12

     --Madras. Light Cavalry, 1st

       Morgan Charles Chase, c. 1815. 20:5,20

     --Native States. Hyderabad. Cavalry. 3rd Regiment

       Native officer 1845. 42:29 [Ackermann, Rudolph. Costumes

         of the Indian Army]

       Trooper 1845. 42:30 [Ackermann, Rudolph. Costumes of the

         Indian Army]

     --Punjab. Cavalry. 2nd Punjab Cavalry

       2nd Punjab Cavalry, 1858. 62:plate

     --Sind. Cavalry. Irregular Horse

       c. 1842. 11:32

   -1861-1903

     Biddulph, John. Tribes of the Hindoo Koosh. 65:37-38

     British & Indian officers of the Indian cavalry escort in

     London at the Jubilee Celebration, 1887. 50:40

     Fakir’s curse. 16:9

     Foreign military attaches in Delhi. 59:29 ; letters on

       60:39, 61:40

     Glover, Michael. An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers &

       Uniforms. 76:39

     Imperial troops in New Zealand, 1901. II. Indian contingent.

       52:32-33 ; letter on 55:40

     Indian cavalry uniforms in 1873. 50:16

     Tribesmen of the Northwest Frontier. 61:14-17,32

     --Bengal

       Uniforms of the British Empire, No. 1. 31:plate [Simkin,

         Richard. Types of the British Army. #158]

     --Bengal. Cavalry

       Bengal cavary. 16:plate

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 1st (Duke of York’s)

       Bengal lancers & Yankee horse soldiers. 54:12,35

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 2nd Lancers

       2nd Bengal Lancers, 1901. I. 5:8-11 ; II. 6:6-7 ; III.

         7:10-11 ; IV. 8:2-4 ; V. 10:10-11 ; VI. 11:28 ; VII.

         12:28 ; 73:32-38

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 5th Cavalry

       Jemadar, Jat, 5th Bengal Cavalry. 50:plate (3rd Cav. 1901)

 

 

 

INDIA, -1861-1903 (con’t.)

 

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 8th Lancers

       Sowar, Jat, and major. 50:plate (3rd Cav. 1901)

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 9th Lancers

       Presentation of native Indian officers to the Duke of

         Cambridge in the Governor’s palace, Malta, 1878. 73:30

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 11th (Prince of Wales’s Own) Lancers

       Risaldar, Probyn’s Horse, 1901. 50:cover

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 13th (Duke of Connaught’s) Lancers

       Regimental dress regulations of the 13th Duke of

         Connaught’s Own Lancers. 50:35-37

  Risaldar, Punjabi Musalman 1901. 73:plate (6th D. of C’s

         Own Lancers)

     --Bengal. Cavalry. 18th Bengal Lancers

       Lt. Col. 1901. 50:cover

     --Bengal. Infantry. 44th Regt. of Native Light Infantry

       Native officer, 1880. 46:plate

     --Bombay

       Uniforms of the British Empire, No. 3. 31:plate [Simkin,

         Richard. Types of the British Army. #161]

     --Gurkhas

       Native officer, service dress, Afghan war 1878/79.

         45:plate

     --Gurkhas. 1st Goorkha Regiment

       1880. 45:plate

     --Gurkhas. 2nd (Prince of Wales’s Own) Goorkha Regiment

       1889. 45:plate

       1895. 45:plate

       British officer 1900. 46:plate

     --Gurkhas. 5th Goorkha Regiment

       at Peiwar Kotal, 2nd Afghan War 1879. 45:cover

       1886. 45:plate

       Sepoy, 1865. 45:plate

     --Madras

       Uniforms of the British Empire, No. 2. 31:plate [Simkin,

         Richard. Types of the British Army. #160]

     --Madras. Infantry

       Madras infantry. 16:plate

     --Native States. Alwar. Lancers

       Alwar Lancers, 1897. 15:26

     --Native States. Babnaghar. Lancers

       Babnaghar Lancers, 1897. 21:37

     --Native States. Bahawalpur. Lancers

       Bahawalpur Lancers, 1897. 13:3

     --Native States. Bhopal. Lancers

       Bhopal Lancers, 1897. 22:35

     --Native States. Bikaner. Camel Corps

       Bikaner Camel Corps, 1897. 18:38

     --Native States. Kapurthala. Lancers

       Kapurthala Lancers, 1897. 29:25

     --Native States. Nabha. Lancers

       Nabha Lancers, 1897. 14:18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INDIA, -1861-1903 (con’t.)

 

     --Punjab Frontier Force

       Uniforms of the British Empire, No. 4. 31:plate [Simkin,

         Richard. Types of the British Army. #159]

     --Punjab Frontier Force. Cavalry. 5th Punjab Cavalry F.F.

       Risaldar, Sikh, 1900. 73:plate (Sam Browne’s Cav.)

   -1903-1922

     Bitter road. I. 65:21-23,28 ; II. 66:2-4,10 ; letter on

       69:39

     --Cavalry

       Dress regulations for the Indian cavalry 1913. 73:26-29

       Frontier Force cavalry wedding ... 1904. 73:20

       Herald & state trumpeter at the Delhi Durbar 1911. 73:cov.

       Indian cavalry in France, World War I. 24:2

       King’s Indian orderly officers. 1903. 73:25 ; 1906. 73:12;

       1908. 73:13 ; 1909. 73:10 ; 1911. 50:29 ; 1912. 73:24

     --Cavalry. 1st (Duke of York’s Own) Cavalry (Skinner’s)

       Capt. 1912. 50:cover

     --Cavalry. 2nd Lancers (Gardner’s Horse)

       Major, 1913. 50:plate

     --Cavalry. 3rd Skinner’s Horse

       Sowar, Musalman Rajput and Jemadar. 50:plate (Skinner’s

     Horse ..., 1914)

     --Cavalry. 4th Lancers

       Dafadar, Sikh and Captain. 50:plate (2nd Royal Lancers)

     --Cavalry. 9th Hodson’s Horse

       Lieutenant, 1910. 51:plate

     --Cavalry. 10th (Duke of Cambridge’s Own Lancers) (Hodson’s)

       Trumpeter, Dogra, guard order, 1910. 51:plate

     --Cavalry. 11th (King Edward’s Own) Lancers (Probyn’s Horse)

       Risaldur, Durrani Afghan, 1914. 51:plate

     --Cavalry. 12th Cavalry

       Lieutenant, 1914. 51:plate

     --Cavalry. 16th Cavalry

       Jemadar, Dogra 1903. 73:plate (6th D.of C.’s O. L.)

     --Cavalry. 20th Deccan Horse

       Major. 73:plate (Royal D.H.)

     --Cavalry. 21st Prince Albert Victor’s Own Cav. (Fron. Force)

       Lt. Col. 73:plate

     --Cavalry. 23rd Cavalry (Frontier Force)

       Lt. and Risaldar, Punjabi Musalman. 73:plate (P.A.V.O.C.)

     --Cavalry. 25th Cavalry

       Camel Sowar, 1908. 73:plate (Sam Browne’s Cav.)

       Jemadar, Frontier Force, 1905. 50:cover

     --Cavalry. 26th King George’s Own Light Cavalry

       Risaldar, Punjabi Musalman 1911. 73:plate (8th K.G.O.L.C.)

     --Cavalry. 28th Light Cavalry

       Capt., Maj., and Risaldar, Rajputana Rajput, 1910.

         73:plate (7th Light Cav.)

       Jemadar, 1912. 50:cover

     --Cavalry. 29th Lancers (Deccan Horse)

       Risaldar, Dekhani Musalman. 73:plate (Royal Deccan H.)

     --Cavalry. 30th Lancers (Gordon’s Horse)

       Risaldar Maj., Hindustani Musalman 1911. 73:plate (8th

         K.G.O.L.C.)

 

 

 

 

INDIA, -1903-1922 (con’t.)

 

     --Cavalry. 32nd Lancers

       Sowar, Musalman Rajput 1913. 73:plate (13th D.of C.’s)

     --Cavalry. Queen’s Own Cops of Guides

       Maj., Risaldar Pathan, 1912. 73:plate

       Queen’s Own Corps of Guides, extract from orders. 50:38-39

       Risaldar, Frontier Force 1905. 50:cover

     --Gurkhas. 7th Gurkha Rifles

       1913. 45:plate

   -1922-1947

     --Cavalry. Governor General’s Bodyguard

       Governor General’s Bodyguard, 1936. 50:plate

     --Cavalry. Bengal. Governor’s Bodyguard

       Jemadar, Punjabi Musalman and Captain, 1932. 50:plate

     --Cavalry. Bombay. Governor’s Bodyguard

       Captain and Dafadar, Sikh, 1932. 50:plate

     --Cavalry. Madras. Governor’s Bodyguard

       Governor’s Bodyguard, Madras, 1928. 50:plate

     --Cavalry. 12th (Sam Browne’s Frontier Force)

       Risaldar, Punjabi Musalman, 1937. 73:plate

     --Cavalry. 13th Duke of Connaught’s Own Lancers

       Capt., kettledrummer, 1938. 73:plate

     --Gurkhas

       Pocock, Tom. Fighting General. 71:38-39

   -1947-

     Palit, D.K. The Lighting Campaign-the Indo-Pakistan War

       1971. 62:37

INDIA-PAKISTAN WAR (1971)

   Palit, D.K. The Lighting Campaign. 62:37

INDIAN MUTINY (1857-1858)

   British campaign medals, the Indian Mutiny, 1857-1858. 38:35,20

   Further notes on the uniforms worn during the Indian Mutiny. I.

     62:5-7,11,plate, letter on plate 65:40 ; II. 63:2-6,9

   Sailors against sepoys. 14:6-7

   Some notes on military costume worn during the Indian Mutiny

     1857-1858. 29:10-17 ; II. 30:13-20 ; letter on 32:36

INKERMAN, BATTLE OF (5 Nov. 1854)

   General Canrobert’s despatch. 28:24-25

   Letters from soldiers. 28:26-28

   Lord Raglan’s despatch. 28:22-24

   Prince Mentschikoff’s despatch. 28:25-26

INSIGNIA. see BADGES AND INSIGNIA

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF HISTORICAL MODEL SOLDIER COLLECTORS

   (4th : 1966 : Brussels)

   Program. 14:7

   Report on. 16:13

International Profiles (series). London: Morgan-Grampian Books.

   31:30

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF MILITARY COLLECTORS

   [Announcements, etc.]. 22:1 ; 25:1 ; 26:1 ; 27:1 ; 29:1

IONIAN ISLANDS

   Letter on the islands 1808-1818. 66:39

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IRELAND

 

IRELAND

   Harris, H.E.D. The Irish Regiments in the First World War.

     31:30

   Hennessey, Maurice N. The Wild Geese: the Irish Soldier in

     Exile. 71:38 ; 75:38

   Hudson & Thompson. Datasheets. 33:30 ; 35:35 ; 49:36-37

   Irish regiments in the French army. 19:10-11,36

IROQUOIS INDIANS

   Iroquois-the tigers of America. I. 39:11-14,33 ; II. 40:21-

     23,33

ISANDHLWANA, BATTLE OF (22 Jan. 1879)

   Isandhlwana, 1879. 16:11

ISSELIN, HENRI. La Bataille de la Marne. Grenoble: B. Arthaud,

   1964. 7:28,6

ITALY

   -1797-1814

     Cisalpine officer’s uniforms. 63:16,20

     Italian customs officers. 11:37

     Kingdom of Italy medical officers. 62:4,27

     Letter on flags. 49:40

     Letter on Italian Napoleonic sword. 59:40

     Napoleon’s Italian army. I. 43:17-20 ; II. 44:28-29,

       correction 51:40 ; III. 46:21-24, correction 51:40 ; IV.

       47:28-31, correction 51:40 ; V. 48:29-32, correction 51:40

     --Cavalry. Dragoni Napoleone

       Italian ‘Dragoni Napoleone’ Regiment at the battle of

         Sagunto. 34:17,29 ; letter on 37:40

       Trumpeter, 1809 in Spain. 54:cover

     --Guard. Infantry. Cacciatori Regt.

       Kingdom of Italy-‘Cacciatori’ Regt. of the Royal Guard

         1813-1814. 72:cover

     --Infantry. Brescia Regiment

       Letter on Knotel plate. 48:40

     --Navy

       Napoleon’s Italian navy. 53:11-13,35

   -1815-1860

     Garibaldi’s ‘Legione Italiana’ at the defence of Rome, 1849.

       56:11-15

     see also Names of individual Italian states

   -1860-1915

     Letter on taking of Rome, 1870. 37:40

     Uniforms of the Italian army. 74:20,plate ; 75:20,plate

     --Artillery

       Captain, undress, 1864. 75:20,plate

     --Artillery. Artiglieria a Cavallo

       Capt., horse artillery 1864. 75:20,plate

     --Cavalry. Nizza Cavalleria (Dragoons)

       Lt., full dress 1864. 74:20,plate

     --Cavalry. Genova Cavalleria (Dragoons)

       Capt., undress 1864. 74:20,plate

     --Cavalry. Lancieri di Aosta (Lancers)

       Lt., full dress 1864. 75:20,plate

     --Cavalry. Ussari di Piacenza (Hussars)

       Lt., walking out dress, 1864. 74:20,plate

 

 

 

 

ITALY, -1860-1915 (con’t.)

 

     --Cavalry. Regimento Guide, Cavalleggeri Guide (Lt. Cav.)

       the Italian Guide regiment. 58:17-19

       Lt., full dress 1864. 74:20,plate

     --General Staff

       Capt., full dress, 1864. 75:20,plate

       Lt. Col. of Italian general staff, 1886. Letter on. 61:40

     --Guard. Carabinieri Reali

       Capt., full dress, 1864. 75:20,plate

     --Infantry. Bersaglieri (Rifles)

       Bersaglieri. 33:32-33 ; letter on 37:40

       Capt., full dress, 1864. 74:20,plate

       Italian Bersaglieri in China 1900-1. 62:cover,8-11

     --Infantry. Brigata Granatieri di Sardegna. 1st Regt.

       Pioneer, full dress, 1864. 74:20,plate

     --Infantry. Line

       Corp. [sic.] Lt. of inf., marching order, 1864. 75:20,pl.

   -1939-1945

     --Cavalry. Savoia Regiment

       Last charge. 46:2-4

       Standard bearer, Russian campaign 1942. 46:cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J

 

JACKSON, THOMAS J. (1824-1863)

   Selby, John. Stonewall Jackson as Military Commander. 26:25

JACKSON, W.G.F.

   Alexander of Tunis as Military Commander. London: Batsford,

     1971. 61:38

   Battle for Italy. London: Batsford, 1967. 23:11

   Battle for Rome. London: Batsford. 33:30

JACOBITE REBELLIONS

   Jacobite uprising of 1745. 22:23

   Sinclair-Stevenson, Christopher. Inglorious Rebellion. 57:36

   see also: CULLODEN, BATTLE OF (16 April 1746)

JACOBS, E.A.

   Letter on Geens plates (65 ; 66). 69:40

JAMAICA

   Robinson, Carey. The Fighting Maroons of Jamaica. 37:33

JAMES, GERALD L.

   Evolution of the Confederate uniform. 16:14-16

JANSSON, PER-ERIC

   Defence of Stockholm, 1719. 51:6-7 ; letter on 54:40

   Letter on diorama of battle of Soedra Staeket. 54:40

   Swedish army: organization, potential and uniform during

     the latter part of the 19th century. 70:9-12

   Swedish infantry uniform of 1910. 75:15

JANY, CURT

   Die Dessauer Spezifikation von 1729. with H. Bleckwenn. Osna-

     bruck: Biblio Verlag, 1970. 55:38-39

   Geschichte der preussischen Armee bis zum Jahre 1807.

     Osnabruck: Biblio Verlag, 1967. 22:24

JAPAN

   -1868-1918

     Japanese army of 1904-1905. I. 37:22-27 ; II. 38:10-11

     Japanese infantry uniform 1904-5. 32:14-16

     Westwood, John. Illustrated History of the Russo-Japanese

       War. 71:38

JEFFREY, THOMAS

   the Old battery. 55:2-5

JELLALABAD, SIEGE OF (1842)

   Siege at Jellalabad. 16:26-28

JOB

   Tenues des Troupes de France. Paris: 1900-1904. (Colas #1549)

     Aide de camp du Prince de Ponte Corvo avec le fils de

       Bernadotte (1808). 40:plate

     Caporal de voltigeurs portant un guidon vert de compagnie.

       40:plate

     Chef de musique de la Garde du General en chef a St.

       Domingue. 39:plate

     Garde d’honneur de Lyon 1804-14. Cavalerie. 39:plate

     Garde d’honneur de Lyon 1804-14. Tambour, sapeur. 39:plate

     Marechal des logis de cuirassiers (7e Regt. 1813). 40:plate

     3e Regiment Suisse-sapeur. 39:plate

     Trompette du 9e Hussards, companies ordinaries (1806-1812).

       40:plate

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOBE, JOSEPH

 

 

JOBE, JOSEPH. Guns. London: Patrick Stephens, 1971. 58:36

JOHNSON, DAVID

   Alfred the Great. London: Jackdaw, 1969. 36:36

   All quiet on the Johnson front. 5:28-29

   American Civil War. London: Jackdaw, 1971. 59:39

   Anglo-Boer War. London: Jackdaw, 1969. 33:30

   Archduke Ferdinand of Austria. 67:12-13

   Army with banners. 6:14-15,11

   Bugles in Kordofan. I. 48:6-8,11,13,27-28 ; II. 49:12-14,29,34-

     35 ; III. 51:8-10,15,19,32 ; IV. 52:8-10,21,27-28,31 ; V.

     53:8-10,27-28

   Candle in Aragon. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1969. 39:39

   Captain Delaval’s memorandum. 32:18,25

   Corunna. 7:3

   Dashing light dragoon. 71:30-31

   Detour. 30:2-3

   General Marceau. 68:12-13

   Gordon and Khartoum. London: Jackdaw, 1970. 59:39

   Guards and Arthur Thistlewood. I. 72:30-32 ; II. 74:5-7

   Half century. 30:25

   Iron laughter in Andalus. I. 33:22-23 ; II. 34:15-16,28 ; III.

     35:28-29,31-32 ; IV. 36:26-28

   Lanterns in Gascony. London: Sidwick & Jackson, 1965. 6:11

   Letter on “Guns of Senarmont” (41:28-29). 44:40

   Letter on Lasalle. 36:40

   London’s Peelers and the British Police. London: Jackdaw, 1971.

     59:39

   Man of parts. 76:28

   Marne: a fresh study. 7:28,6

   Monmouth Rebellion and the Bloody Assizes. London: Jackdaw,

     1968. 29:19

   Monsieur Nicolas. 72:16

   [Note on him]. 3:1

   Obituary-108 Old Kent Road. 26:4-6

   Review of Young, Peter. Cromwell. 5:24

   Review of Young, Peter. Napoleon’s Marshals. 69:34-35

   Sabres in hand. 1. 3:4-6 ; 2. 4:4-8 ; 3. 5:4-7 ; 4. 6:24-27,

     note on 6:1 ; 5. 7:30-31 ; letter in praise of series 7:38

   Sesquicentinnial. 9:19

   Sources for the 1st Sikh War and the career of Sir Harry Smith.

     I. 68:24-26 ; II. 69:28-29

   Tower of London. London: Jackdaw, 1970. 32:31

   Valedictory [on him]. 20:1

JOHNSON, DEREK. Collecting Militaria. London: Arthur Barker,

   1971. 59:37

JOHNSON, HAROLD E. Tank Data 3. London: Patrick Stephens, 1972.

   67:35

JOHNSON, J.

   Roman army. 8:6-8,26

JOHNSON, RAYMOND S.

   Japanese infantry uniform 1904-05. 32:14-16

   Regiment that saved Washington, the 7th New York National

     Guard in 1861. 38:12-14,29

   Right of the line, the 14th U.S. Infantry. 76:33

 

 

 

JONES, EDWARD SPRAGUE

 

JONES, EDWARD SPRAGUE

   Letter on Marrion’s “United States of America 1890” (13:36-38).

     15:35

JORDAN

   Vatikiotis, P.J. Politics and the Military in Jordan. 24:38

JOSLIN, E.C.

   Allied Waterloo medals. 9:48

   Standard Catalogue of British Orders, Decorations and Medals.

     London: Spink & Son, 1969. 33:30

   Tradition of war medals. 8:27,26

Journal of the Arms and Armour Society. London: Arms & Armour

   Press. Vol. 1. 46:37

Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research. Reprint.

   London: Arms & Armour Press. Vol. I. (1921-1922). 70:36 ; 74:30

JOURNALS

   After the Battle. 72:40

   Armamentaria. Vol. 5. 52:38 ; Vol. 6. 60:35, letter on this

     review 62:40 ; Vol. 7. 68:34

   Armies and Weapons. 64:38

   Journal of the Arms and Armour Society. 46:37

   Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research. 70:36 ;

     74:30

   Our contemporaries [Civil War Times Illustrated]. 11:39

   Slingshot. 40:40

   United States Military Magazine. Vol. 2. 60:34

JUBILLEE CELEBRATION, 1887

   British and Indian officers of the Indian cavalry escort in

     London at the Jubilee Celebration, 1887. 50:40

JUIN, ALPHONSE, Marshal (1888-1967)

   Marshal Juin. 21:3

JUNOT, ANDOCHE, General (1771-1813)

   [Illustration]. 32:plate

JUTLAND, BATTLE OF (31 May-1 June 1916)

   50th anniversary. 19:5

 

 

K

 

 

KAFFIR WAR, 8TH (1850-1853)

   Battledress of the Kaffir War 1850-53. I. 60:28-29 ; II. 61:12-

     13,32 ; errata 62:40

KANNICK, P.

   Danish Infantry’s Uniforms and Equipment Throughout the Past

     200 Years. Copenhagen: E. Harder. 24:23

   Military Uniforms of the World in Colour. London: Blandford

     Press, 1968. 27:3

KATCHER, PHILIP R.N. Encyclopedia of British, Provincial & German

   Army Units, 1775-1783. Harrisburg, Pa.: Stackpole, 1973. 70:39

KEEBLE, LAWRENCE

   Corporal farrier, Royal Horse Guards. 11:cover

   First uniform dress of the Royal Navy 1748-1767. 4:24-30

   Garde de Corps. 2:cover

   His Grace, the Duke of Wellington. 1:cover ; 9:cover

   Horatio, Viscount Nelson. 4:cover,23

 

 

 

KEEBLE, LAWRENCE (con’t.)

 

   Officer of the grenadier co. of the 1st Regt. of Foot Guards,

     1688. 5:cover

   Officer of the Royal Horse Guards 1815. 6:cover

   Officer, 2nd Regt. of Foot Guards 1808. 7:cover

   Officer, the Black Watch, c. 1745. 8:cover

   Tradition’s studio manager [about him]. 1:19

KELLY, CHRISTOPHER. A Full and Circumstantial Account of the

   Memorable Battle of Waterlool (1817).

     Some anecdotes of Waterloo from Kelly’s Waterloo. 10:38-39

KELLY, FRANCIS M. Short History of Costume & Armour 1066-1800.

   with Randolph Schwabe. Newton Abbott: David & Charles, 1972.

   65:33

KEMP, ALAN

   Fifteenth Light Dragoons. 10:12-13,27 ; II. 11:10-11

KEMPLAY, PETER

   British hussars: a short survey of British hussar uniforms from

     1822-1844. 31:11-12

KENDRICK, N.C.E.

   Letter in praise of Tradition. 7:38

KENNETT, LEE. The French Armies in the Seven Years War. Durham,

   N.C.: Duke, 1967. 23:11

KERRY, A.J. The History of the Corps of Canadian Engineers.

   Military Engineering Association of Canada, 1962. v. 2 1936-

   1946. 29:19

KETTLEDRUMMERS

   1st Regiment of Horse 1751, kettledrummer. 20:plate

   Kettledrummer, Chevalier Guard Regt., Russian Army 1835. 35:pl.

     [Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes de l’Armee

     imperial russe sous Nicolas. plate #117]

   Kettledrummer, Hussar Regiment no. 17, Brunswick. 25:plate

   Kettledrummer, Hussar Regiment no. 16. 25:plate

   Kettledrummer of the Guides, Imperial Guard, 2nd French Empire.

     38:27

   Kettledrummer of the Life Guards 1930. 24:9

   Kettledrummer of the Senegalese Spahis 1913. 37:21

   Kettledrummer, 3rd (King’s Own) Hussars, c. 1900. 26:8

   Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer, Life-Guard Hussars. 23:plate

   Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer, Hussar Regt. no. 4. 23:plate

KILTS

   Origin of the kilt. 44:33

KING, CHARLES PRAGER (1788-1841)

   Lt. Col. Charles Prager King. 14:4,35

KING, HUGH L. Head-dress Badges of the British Army. with Arthur

   L. Kipling. London: Frederick Muller, 1973. 72:38

KINGDOM OF ITALY. see ITALY, -1797-1814

KINGDOM OF THE TWO SICILIES (1814-1860)

   -General

     Zezon, Antonio. Tipi Militari dei differenti corpi che

       compongono il reale esercito e l’armata di Mare di S.M. il

       R.L. del regno delle due Sicilie. Review of reprint. 42:36

   -Cavalry. Dragoons, 1st Regt.

     2nd Lt., standard bearer, 1st Regt. of Dragoons of the Line,

       1854. 61:30,plate

   -Guard. Infantry

     Neapolitan Royal guards 1852. 71:plate [Zezon, Ant. Tipi]

 

 

 

KINGDOM OF THE TWO SICILIES (1814-1860) (con’t.)

 

   -Infantry. 12th Regiment

     Standard bearer, 1852. 59:30,plate

KINGSLAND, PETER WILLIAM. British Military Uniforms and Equipment

   1788-1830. London: Guinness Button Holding, 1971- . 56:36-37

KIPLING, ARTHUR

   Head-dress Badges of the British Army. with Hugh L. King.

     London: Frederick Muller, 1973. 72:38

   Uniforms of Marlborough’s Wars. with Frank Wilson. London:

     Charles Knight, 1970. 57:38

   Uniforms of the Peninsular War. with Frank Wilson. London:

     Charles Knight, 1972. 67:34

KLIETMANN, KURT GERHARD

   Deutsche Auszeichnungen. Berlin: die Ordens-Sammlung, Historia

     Antiquariat, 1971. 66:76

   Letter on “Imperial German decorations” (62:12-13,20). 66:40

KLIMA, HERBERT. Helme. Munich: Graf Klenau. 67:33

KLINGER, ROBERT LEE. Sketch Book ’76. Arlington, Va.: Cooper-

   Trent, 1967. 22:36

KNIGHT, CLIVE

   Converting 30 mm Stadden figures. 2:27

Knight’s Battles for Wargamers (series). 57:38 ; 67:34

KNIGHTS HOSPITALERS see KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM

KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM

   Knights of St. John of Jerusalem or Knights Hospitalers

     43:34-35

   Letter on. 26:36

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS

   Letter on. 26:36

KNIVES

   Peterson, Harold L. Daggers and Fighting Knives of the Western

     World from the Stone Age till 1900. 26:30

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Swords and Daggers. 24:38

KNOTEL, RICHARD

   Janissaries of the 16th & 17th centuries. 54:33

   Die Konigin Luise in 50 Bildern fur Jung un Alt. Berlin:

     P. Kittel, 1896. Plates from:

     Capture of the eagle of the 55th Line Infantry Regt. by the

       Black Hussars at Heilsberg, East Prussia 10 June 1807.

       46:plate

     Death of Major von Schill during the bitter street fighting

       in Stralsund 31 May 1809. 46:plate

     Depleted Prussian grenadier battalion of Prince August defend

       a town against three French cavalry regiments 28 Oct. 1806.

       46:plate

     French troops under Gen. Kellermann crossing the border into

       Prussia at Anspach 1805. 44:plate

     Heroic death of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia at

       Saalfeld, 10 Oct. 1806. 44:plate

     Napoleon’s entry into Berlin, 27 Oct. 1806. 44:plate

KOEK-KOEK, H.W.

   Royal Scots Greys, ca. 1890. 67:cover

KOELZER, WALTER

   French National Guards in 1789-1790. 75:35-36

KONIGGRATZ, BATTLE OF (3 July, 1866)

   Episode of Sadowa. 11:39

 

 

 

KORN, R.H.

 

KORN, R.H. Mauser-Gewehre und Mauser Patente. Graz: Akademische

   Druck und Verlagsanstalt, 1971. 55:37

KOSTRZEWSKI, ADNRZEJ

   Letter on Lancers of the Vistula. 58:40

   Letter on Polish lancers at Waterloo, on Graham’s “Cavalry

     charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo” (34:30-34). 41:40

   Letter on Russian medals. 56:40

KRONER, ERICH

   Collector international. 8:13-14

   International congresses of model soldier collectors. 16:35

   Kulmbach Jamboree. 12:7-8

   [Note on him]. 8:1

KUKRIS

   Kukri. 45:40

KURZ, HANS RUDOLF. Das Schweizer Heer. Dietkon-Zurich: Verlag

   Stockes-Schmiel, 1969. 57:35

KUT, SIEGE OF (1915-1916)

   Braddon, Russell. The Siege. 38:38

 

 

L

 

 

 

LA SALLE, ANTOINE CHARLES LOUIS, Gen. (1775-1809)

   [Illustration]. 29:plate

   Letter on 30:39 ; response 36:40 (bibliography)

LABAYEN, RAMON

   Letter on war games. 20:34-35 ; response 21:38

LACE

   Lace and embroidery patterns in the Prussian infantry, 1814-

     1914. 69:2-7

LACHOUQUE, HENRI

   Anatomy of Glory. 2nd ed. London: Lund Humphries, 1962.

     14:9

   Napoleon a Waterloo. Paris: J. Peyronnet, 1965. 24:23

   Napoleon 20 ans de champagne. Paris: Arthaud, 1964. 13:5

   Waterloo. Paris: Petitot. 66:38

LAFFIN, JOHN

   British Campaign Medals. London: Abelard-Schuman, 1965. 23:34

   Jack Tar. London: Cassell, 1969. 32:30

LAIKIND, KENT ALEXANDER

   Frederick William the Great Elector and the Fehrbellin

     campaign. 72:24-26

LAMBERT, WALTER MILLER

   Royal Marine artilleryman. 20:13

LANCE PENNANTS

   Lances and pennants in the Prussian army 1809-1914. 71:12-17

LANCES

   Lance. 8:31 ; 37:16-17,19

   Lances and pennants in the Prussian army 1809-1914. 71:12-17

LANCIERS DU BENGALE. see NETHERLANDS, -1815-1939

LANGLEY, M.G.

   Letter on fire direction equipment in World War I. 46:40

 

 

 

 

LANNES, JEAN, Marshal (1769-1809)

 

LANNES, JEAN, Marshal (1769-1809)

   [Illustration]. 30:plate

   Medical science. 13:5 ; letter on 18:39

LARREY, DOMINIQUE-JEAN, Baron (1766-1842)

   Medical science. 13:5 ; letter on 18:39

LATIN AMERICAN WARS OF INDEPENDENCE (1800-1825)

   Argentine army, 1813. 67:2-4

   Argentine army, 1814-1819. 74:32-33

   Liberation army of the Andes. 60:11-15

   Some Argentine uniforms. 75:2-3

   Squadron of mounted chasseurs of the Andean Liberation Army

     1817-21. 71:10-11

LAURISTON, JACQUES (1768-1828)

   MacDonald and Lauriston at the battle of Wagram. 40:36-39

LAWFORD, JAMES PHILIP

   Charge. London: Morgan-Grampian, 1967. 25:20

   History of the British Army. with Peter Young. London: Arthur

     Barker, 1970. 48:37-38

LAWRENCE, T.E. Seven Pillars of Wisdom. London: Jonathan Cape,

   1973. 69:36

LAWSON, C.C.P.

   Death notice. 20:20

   15th Light Dragoons in 1760 (from vol. 4 of A History of

     the Uniforms of the British Army). 10:12

   Highlanders of Scotland (from vol. 2 of A History of the

     Uniforms of the British Army). 10:29

   History of the Uniforms of the British Army. Vol. V. 23:30

   Irish regiments in the French army. 19:10-11,36

   Late Cecil C.P. Lawson. 21:20

   Scots in the service of France. 16:22-24

   Some notes on the cavalry of the Maison du Roi. 17:26-28,40

LAYRIZ, OTFRIED. Mechanical Traction in War. reprint of 1900.

   Newton Abbott: David & Charles, 1973. 70:36

LE MARCHANT, JOHN GASPARD, Gen. (1766-1812)

   British Peninsula cavalry leader. 6:20-21

   [Major General John Gaspard Le Marchant]. 7:33

   Mysterious uniform of General Le Marchant. 7:15,33

   Thoumine, R.N. Scientific Soldier. 27:30

LEA, F.N.

   Letter on Suleiman the Magnificent. 56:39

LEADERSHIP

   Epilogue. 24:2

   Wellington and Wellington on Bonaparte. 24:3

   see also GENERALSHIP

LEES, R.J.

   Letter on military executions. 11:40

LEFEVRE, JEAN. European Armorial. London: Heraldry Today, 1971.

   58:39

LEFFERTS, CHARLES M. Uniforms of the American, British, French, &

   German Armies in the War of the American Revolution. Old

     Greenwich, Conn.: WE Inc., 1971. 62:32

LEIGHTON, R.

   Letter on Portugese uniforms 1806-14. 63:38-39 ; response by

     Norman 66:39-40

 

 

 

 

LEJEUNE, L.F.

 

LEJEUNE, L.F. “Battle of Borodino” (painting). critique of 7:38 ;

   note on critique 8:31

LELEU, RENE-GERARD

   Letter on “Dress of the French army during the Waterloo

     campaign” (1:16-17,19). 2:30

LESLIE, N.B. The Battle Honours of the British and Indian Armies

   1695-1914. London: Leo Cooper, 1970. 54:37

LEVY, ROBERT J.

   Letter on Tradition. 3:31

LEWES, BATTLE OF (14 May 1264)

   Battle of Lewes, 1264. 13:4-5

LEWIN, RONALD

   Montgomery as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1971.

     62:37-38

   Rommel as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1968. 29:19

LIENHART AND HUMBERT. Les Uniformes de l’armee francaise.

   Leipzig: Ruhl, 1897-1906. 5:29

LIGHT INFANTRY

   Role of the Durham Light Infantry in the Peninsular war. I.

     58:4-6,33 ; II. 59:6-8,28,31

LIGONIER, JOHN (1678-1770)

   Field Marshal Earl Ligonier, Col.,  8th Horse, 1742. 19:12 [by

     Morier]

LILLEYSTONE, R.

   Bersaglieri. 33:32-33 ; letter on 37:40

LIMBU, RAMBAHADUR

   Lance Corporal Rambahadur Limbu, V.C. 15:24-25 ; 19:3

LINDROTH, PETER

   First Swedish hussars. ill. 63:30-32

LINDSAY, MERRILL. One Hundred Great Guns. London: Blandford.

   30:24

LINDSTROM, ANDERS

   Notes on the Swedish artillery 1700-1800. 63:28-29

LIPPE

   -1792-1815

     --Infantry

       Lippe infantry 1809 in Spain. 3:26

LIVING HISTORY

   Fort Henry Guard. I. 61:8-11,21 ; II. 62:14-15,20

   Jeb Stuart rides again. 15:4

LONDON (England)

   Obituary-108 Old Kent Road. 26:4-6

LONG, GAVIN. MacArthur as Military Commander. London: Batsford,

   1968. 35:35

LONG MAN OF WILMINGTON (England)

   Guardian of the South Downs. 18:22

LONGBOWS

   Featherstone, Donald. The Bowmen of England. 24:23

LORAIN, PIERRE

   Armes a feu francais modeles reglementaires 1858-1918. Paris:

     Petitot, 1969. 41:38

   Armes americaines de la defense nationale 1870-71. Paris:

     Petitot. 51:38

LORDEY, DANIEL

   Carlist cavalry during the 1st Carlist War 1833-40. 67:21-25,32

 

 

 

“Lottery wheel.”

 

“Lottery wheel.” see [Payne, W.H. The Costume of Great Britain]

LUARD, JOHN. History of the Dress of the British Soldier. London:

   Frederick Muller, 1971. 60:34

LUBETT, L.

   Letter on the battle of Ghuznee. 14:39

LUCAN, G.C. BINGHAM, Gen. (1800-1888)

   [Report after Balaclava]. 28:14-15

LUCAS, CHARLES, Sir (1613-1648)

   Sir Charles Lucas. 24:12

LUDWIG, Grand Duke of Hessen-Darmstadt (1777-1848)

   Portrait, c. 1820. 53:cover ; letter on 56:40

LUGER, ARTILLERY (1914 DWM)

   the 1914 DWM artillery Luger. 31:32-33,38

LUMMIS, WILLIAM M. & Kenneth G. Wynn. Honour the Light Brigade.

   London: I.B. Hayward, 1973. 69:34

LUNT, JAMES. 16th/5th the Queen’s Royal Lancers. London: Leo

   Cooper, 1973. (Famous Regiments series). 69:36

LUVASS, JAY. The Education of an Army. London: Cassell, 1965.

   24:2

LUYNES, JAMES. Charge to Glory. London: Heineman, 1961. 3:3

LYGONE, HENRY BEAUCHAMP, Lt. Gen.

   as Col., 10th Hussars, 1843. 42:cover

LYNCH, J.H.

   The British Army. London: William Spooner, 1840-1844. (Ogilby

     #885). Plates from. 53:plate ; 55:plate ; 56:plate

LYSE, F.D.

   Letter on Prussian hussars. 4:32 ; response 6:30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS (1800-1964)

   Long, Gavin. MacArthur as Military Commander. 35:35

MCDANIEL, JAMES A.

   Letter on Scottish uniforms. 55:40

MCDILL, W.A. A History of the Corps of Canadian Engineers. Vol. 2

   1936-1946. Military Engineers Association of Canada. 29:19

MACDONALD, ALEXANDRE, Marshal (1765-1840)

   MacDonald and Lauriston at the battle of Wagram. 40:36-39 ;

     correction 44:40

MACDONALD, CHARLES B. The Mighty Endeavor. New York: Oxford

   University Press, 1969. 43:39

MACDONALD, HECTOR (1853-1903)

   Featherstone, Donald. MacDonald of the 42nd. 61:34

MACDONELL, ARCHIBALD GORDAN

   Retreat from Moscow (from his Napoleon & his Marshals). 10:9

MCGREGOR, MALCOLM & Andrew Mollo. Army Uniforms of World War II.

   London: Blandford, 1973. 72:38

MCGUFFIE, T.H. The Siege of Gibraltar 1779-1783. London:

   Batsford, 1965. 8:30 ; quoted from 20:10

MACHINE GUN, .303 INCH

   Retired after 55 yrs service. 25:3

MCINTOSH, JAMES

   Recorded military music. 32:28-29,32

MCKEE, ALEXANDER. Race for the Rhine Bridges. London: Souvenir

   Press, 1971. 54:38

MACKEY, KENNETH. The Guiness History of Land Warfare. Enfield:

   Guiness Superlatives Ltd., 1973. 75:39

MACKENZIE, JOHN

   Letter on 18th century uniforms & Tradition. 34:40

MCKEON, JOHN M.

   Letter on 4th Foot at Culloden. 30:39

   Letter on sporrans. 23:35

MACKINACK ISLAND (Michigan)

   Leaflets. 63:37

   Treason? at Michilimackinac. 66:36

   Widder, Keith R. Reveille till Taps. 66:36

MACKSEY, KENNETH. Tank Warfare-a History of Tanks in Battle.

   London: Granada Pub. 61:38

MACLEAN, D.G., II

   Letter on death of Napoleon. 17:39

MCPHAIL, DONALD

   Isandhlwana, 1879. 16:11

MACREADY, GORDON. In the Wake of the Great. London: William

   Clowes, 1965. 15:6

MACRORY, PATRICK. Signal Catastrophe. London: Hodder & Stoughton,

   1966. 15:6

MAIER, GERD. Suddeutsche Blankwaffen. Oberhofen, 1968. Teil I.

   Wurttemberg. 35:34 ; Teil II. Baden. 38:38

MAIWAND, BATTLE OF (27 July 1880)

   Disaster at Maiwand. I. 64:17-19 ; II. 65:18-20,28

   Relic of Maiwand. 16:11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MALAKAND, BATTLE OF (1897)

 

MALAKAND, BATTLE OF (1897)

   Highland Light Infantry. 44:34

MALAY WAR (1875-1876)

   Captain Channer, winner of the first Victoria Cross in Malaya.

     58:28-30

MALAYA

   O’Tool, E.H. Malayan Orders and Decorations. 24:23

MALLORY, KEITH & Arvid Ottar. Architecture of Aggression:

   Military Architecture of Two World Wars. London: Architectural

   Press, 1973. 76:38

MANN, C.W.

   Letter on color plates in Tradition. 12:40

MANSION, L. & L. Eschauzier. Officers of the British Army.

   London: Spooner, 1833-36. (Ogilby #888)

     #33 78th Highlanders or Ross-shire Buffs. 74:cover

MANUALS

   Grant, George. The New Highland Military Discipline of 1757.

     24:38

   Wallhausen, Johann Jacob von. Kriegskunst zu Fuss & Kriegskunst

     zu Pferdt. Graz: Akademische Druck und Verlagsanstalt. 60:36-

     37 & 61:36-37

MARCEAU, FRANCOIS SEVERIN, Gen. (1769-1796)

   General Marceau. 68:12-13

MARGIOTTA, J.J.

   Letter on 2nd Guard Lancers at Waterloo. 3:31 ; reply 4:31

MARINES

   American marines during the Revolution. 54:40

   Frank, Benis M. & Henry I. Shaw. Victory & Occupation. 57:37-38

   Marines equipage de ligne, 1825. 46:17,24

   Marines in the French army and navy. 72:14-15

   Moulton, J.L. The Royal Marines. 65:36

   Pictorial History of the Royal Marines. 56:35

   Royal Marine artilleryman. 20:13

   Royal Marines, drum major 1828. 18:plate

   Royal Marines, master of the band 1828. 18:plate

   Ten regiments of marines, 1739-1748. 74:21-24

MARLBOROUGH, Duke of, 1st (1650-1722)

   Chandler, David. Marlborough as Military Commander. 69:36

   Marlborough. 41:38

   Marlborough’s men. 53:29-31,35 ; letter on 55:40

Marlborough. London: Jackdaw. 41:38

MARNE, BATTLE OF THE (1914)

   Isselin, Henri. La Bataille de la Marne. 7:28,6

MAROSTICA (Italy)

   15th century chess game. 15:5

MARQUISET, R. Armes a feu francaises modeles reglementaires.

   Paris: Petitot, 1967. 27:3 ; 41:38

MARRION, ROBERT J.

   American War of Independence. ill. 49:24-25

   British field service uniforms-Sudan 1898. 19:26-28,30

   British officer, 2nd (Prince of Wales’s Own) Gurkha Regt. 1900.

     46:plate

   Buonaparte’s Guides. 13:22-23

   Canadian Corps of Guides. 38:28-29

   Cleve-Berg grenadier of infantry, Spain 1811. 75:40

 

 

 

MARRION, ROBERT J. (con’t.)

 

     1870/71 France. 18:30-31 ; letter on 21:38 ; reply 24:40

   Field service uniform of the Imperial German army 1914-1915. I.

     32:8-11 ; II. 33:10-11

   15th Regt. of infantry, sgt. maj. of grenadiers, French army,

     Peninsula, 1807. 43:31

   First Swedish hussars. ill. 63:30-32

   France 1st Empire, Aide-de-camp, Marshal’s aid. 12:14-15

   France 1st Empire, Aide-de-camp to a divisional general. 13:24;

     letter on 20:33-34

   France 1st Empire, 1807, aide-de-camp to Marshal Murat. 14:19

   French army in Mexico 1863-1867. 35:17

   French drum majors. 43:12-13

   French national guards in 1789-1790. ill. 75:35-36

   German cavalry Jager zu Pferde 1900-14. 14:26-32,38,40

   German Kaiserliche Schutztruppen 1889-1914. I. 43:cover,2-7,

     letter about p. 6. 49:39 ; II. 44:24-27 ; III. 46:9-12 ; IV.

     47:34-35

   Grenadier caps of Prussian infantry 1740-1786. 2:4-5 ; 3:7 ;

     5:2 ; 6:2 ; 7:2 ; 12:10-11

   Gurkhas. ill. 45:2-7 ; 46:30-33

   Gurkhas-Victoria Crosses and George Crosses of those who served

     in Gurkha regiments. 47:26-27

   Gurkhas-Queen’s Gurkha orderly officers. 48:34-35

   Hussar regiment von Malachowski 1741. 40:24-25 ; 44:35-36

   Lt. Col. B. Granville Baker, DSO, soldier, author, and artist.

     40:2-5

   Mounted and foot regiments of Jager of the Prussian army 1744-

     1807. 8:20-26

   9th Light Infantry Regt. (Chasseurs a Pied) French 1st Empire.

     48:4-5

   Prussia 1756-1763. 10:20-27 ; 112-8,33 ; letter on 11:40

   Prussian grenadier caps. 12:10-11

   Prussian Landwehr 1813-1815. 38:22-26

   85eme Demi-Brigade 1801. 43:plate

   Regiments of the Canadian Army. Ottawa: Canadian War Museum.

     63:37

   Royal Artillery, Waterloo. 18:28

   Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt infantry in Spain 1811. 75:4

   2nd Westphalian Hussar Regt. No. 11, 1914. Standard bearer.

     39:28-29

   71st Regt. of Foot, Virginia 1781. ill. 49:11

   6th Rheinbund Regt. Spain 1812. 75:24

   South African Freikorps 1914. 37:20

   Special Gurkha issue. 45 ; corrections 51:40

   Swedish officer & private 1719. ill. 51:7

   10th Royal Grenadiers, Cananda, 1899. 39:32-33

   21st Lancers & the Dervish army at Omdurman in 1898. I. 35:7-

     13 ; II. 36:6-11

   Uniforms and equipment of the French army in Egypt 1798-1801.

     I. 42:2-7,plates ; II. 43:21-26,plate ; III. 47:18-25

   Uniforms of the Prussian army, ca. 1770. I. 39:23-27, letter on

     46:40 ; II. Dragoons. 41:32-33

   Uniforms of the Royal Artillery. I. 16:30-31

   Uniforms of the 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers. 38:15-

     20,plates

 

 

 

MARRION, ROBERT J. (con’t.)

 

   United States of America 1890. 13:36-38 ; letter on 15:35

   Voltigeur, 2nd Swiss Regt. in the service of France, 1808.

     49:15

   Zulu War 1879, infantry officers. 38:21

MARSHALL-CORNWALL, JAMES H.

   British Royal Regiment of Artillery in the Waterloo

     campaign. I. 18:23-28,33 ; II. 19:6-8,25 ; III. 20:18-20

   Foch as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1972. 67:34

   Grant as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1970. 44:39

   Napoleon as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1967. 24:23

MARSTON MOOR, BATTLE OF (2 July 1644)

   Anniversary of the battle of Marston Moor. 17:3

MARTENS, HENRY

   Officer, Bundlecund Legion in review order. 19:9 ; 76:cover

     [Ackermann, Rudolph. Costumes of the Indian Army. #29]

   Officer, 16th Queen’s Lancers. 39:cover [Ackermann, Rudolph.

     Costumes of the British Army 1851-52, Large. #1]

   Royal Field Artillery 1846. 18:11 [Ackermann, Rudolph. Costumes

     of the British Army. #34]

   Sinde Irregular Horse, c. 1842. 11:32 [Ackermann, Rudolph.

     Costumes of the Indian Army. #33]

MARTIN, PAUL

   Armour and Weapons. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1968. 30:24

   Collecting Toy Soldiers. with Jean Nicollier. Prentice-Hall.

     24:38

   Paper soldiers of Strasbourg. 10:34-37,11

   Waffen und Rustungen von Karl dem Grossen bis zum Ludwig XIV.

     Frankfurt: Umschau, 1967. 27:3

MASCOTS

   [Photo of Shaun]. 10:15

   St. Patrick’s Day. 17:4

   as Unusual mascot. 13:7 ; 14:3

MASEFIELD, JOHN. The Old Frontline. Bourne End: Spurbooks, 1972.

   63:35

MASSENA, ANDRE, Marshal (1758-1817)

   [Illustration]. 27:plate

   Wellington on Bonaparte. 24:3

MASTERS, A.

   Letter on Waterloo equipment. 10:40

MATHIEU, M.R. Dernieres victories, 1814. Paris: Editions A & J

   Picard & Cie., 1964. 19:3

MATTHEWS, A.S.

   French artillery. 51:2-5

   Letter on “Uniforms of the Napoleonic Wars” plate (51). 56:40 ;

     letter on that letter 58:40

MATTHEWS, D.W.C.

   Letter on French 1st Empire epaulettes. 20:33-34

MAUL, EDMUND G.

   Letter on “Capt. Lewis Edward Nolan” (29:7-9). 37:40

MAUNI, ROGER DE. Franco-Prussian War. London: Longmans, 1970.

   48:38

MAUSER, 1896 MODEL 7.63 mm

   Interesting guns, the 1896 model 7.63 mm Mauser. 32:26-27

MAUSER FIREARMS

   Korn, R.H. Mauser-Gewehre und Mauser Patente. 55:37

 

 

 

MAXIMILIAN I (Mexico) (1832-1867)

 

MAXIMILIAN I (Mexico) (1832-1867)

   French army in Mexico 1863-1867. 35:17

   Rise and fall of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico 1864-1867. I.

     71:2-6, letter on photo (71:5) & reply 74:40 ; II. 72:9-

     13,32 ; III. 74:26-29 ; IV. 75:6-9 ; V. 76:19-23

MAY, ERNEST. Signal Corporal. London: Johnson Publications, 1972.

   68:36

MAY (CARPENTER), A.

   Letter on “Highlanders of Scotland” (10:29). 18:39

MEAD, PHILIP C.

   Letter on Royal Horse Artillery uniforms in Egypt 1882. 30:40 ;

     response 32:36

MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN

   -1792-1815

     Freiwilliger Fussjager, 1813-1814. 21:31

   -1871-1914

     --Cavalry

       Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry. 52:21,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

     --Infantry

       Uniforms of the imperial German army 1892. 60:32,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ

   -1871-1914

     --Infantry. Grossh. Meck. Grenadier-Regt. Nr. 89. II. Btl.

       Uniforms of the imperial German army 1892. 60:32,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

MEDALS AND DECORATIONS

   Abbott, P.E. & J.M.A. Tamplin. British Gallantry Awards. 56:38

   Allied Waterloo medals. 9:48

   British campaign medals-the Army of India 1799-1826. 39:34-35

   British campaign medals-the Army of the Punjab 1848-49. 40:32-

     33

   British campaign medals-the campaign medals for Omdurman.

     36:12-13

   British campaign medals-the Crimea War 1854-1856. 37:15,32 ;

     letter on 41:40 ; response 43:40

   British campaign medals-the Egypt medal 1882. I. 44:30-31,

     letter on 47:40 ; II. 46:29,35

   British campaign medals-the First China War, 1840-42. 35:30-31

   British campaign medals-the Indian Mutiny 1857-58. 38:35,20

   British campaign medals-the military general service medal,

     1793-1814. 32:19,35

   British campaign medals-the naval general service medal, 1793-

     1840. 33:20-21,25

   British campaign medals-the Second China War, 1857-60. 41:34-35

   British campaign medals-the Waterloo medal. 31:13,38

   British campaign medals-the Zulu War 1879. 42:34-35

   Egypt medal of 1882. 76:14-18

   Ghuznee medal. 13:34-35

   Gould, Robert W. Campaign Medals of the British Army 1815-1972.

     63:33

   Hieronymussen, Paul. Orders, Medals, and Decorations of Britain

     and Europe. 22:24,36

 

 

 

 

MEDALS AND DECORATIONS (con’t.)

 

   Imperial German decorations 1914-18. 62:12-13,20 ; letter on

     66:40

   Joslin, E.C. The Standard Catalogue of British Orders

     Decorations & Medals. 33:30

   Klietmann, K.G. Deutsche Auszeichnungen. 66:36

   Laffin, John. British Campaign Medals. 23:34

   Letter on merit badges. 1:26 ; reply 2:30

   Letter on Peninsular medal. 25:36

   Letter on Russian medals. 56:40

   Medal for 1812, 13 Mar. 1813. 21:3

   O’Tool, E.H. Malayan Orders & Decorations. 24:23

   Purves, Alec A. Collecting Medals & Decorations. 29:18

   Sailors against sepoys. 14:6-7

   Siege at Jellalabad. 16:26-28

   Territorial decoration. 22:5

   Tradition of war medals. 8:27,26

   Unusual medal. 14:2

   Volunteer corps & the threat of a Napoleonic invasion as

     depicted on trade tokens and commemorative medals. 65:24-26

   see also VICTORIA CROSS

MEDICAL AND VETERINARY SERVICES

   Capt. Sally L. Tompkins CSA. 13:7

   Kingdom of Italy medical officers. 62:4,27

   Letter from a nurse with Florence Nightingale. 28:11-12

   Letter on medical/veterinary services. 27:36

   Medical science. 13:5 ; letter on 18:39

   Transportation of casualties in the Crimea. 30:28-32

   Veterinary and medical officers. 66:27 [Moltzheim, A. La

     nouvelle armee francaise]

   Waterloo casualty. 19:3

   Westman, Stephen. Surgeon With the Kaiser’s Army. 29:18

MEDIEVAL PERIOD

   Battle of Lewes 1264. 13:4-5

   Brook-Little, John. Knights of the Middle Ages. 18:22

   Camelot. 17:3

   Cimarelli, Aldo. Arms & Armour of the Age of Chivalry. 75:38

   Development of armour during the Hundred Years War. I. 7:34-36,

     errata 8:4 ; II. 1340-1410. 8:34-36 ; III. 1410-1430. 10:6-

8,11

   Did you know. 16:12

   Featherstone, Donald. The Bowmen of England. 24:23

   Firearms at the battle of Barnet. 18:22

   French armour, c. 1280. 13:33

   Handgun and harquebuss. 46:18-20

   Hewitt, John. Ancient Armour & Weapons in Europe. 16:25

   Iron laughter in Andalus. I. 33:22-23 ; II. 34:15-16,28 ; III.

     35:28-29,31-32 ; IV. 36:26-28

   Johnson, David. Alfred the Great. 36:36

   Johnson, David. A Candle in Aragon. 39:39

   Knights of St. John of Jerusalem or Knights Hospitallers.

     43:34-35

   Medieval ensigns. 18:22

   Nicolas, Harris Nicholas. History of the Battle of Agincourt.

     52:38-39

   Normans, c. 1066. 4:9

 

 

 

MEDIEVAL PERIOD (con’t.)

 

   Royal standard. 13:4

   Some famous crests of the 14th and 15th centuries. 2:7

   1066 and all that. 13:4

   see also HUNDRED YEARS WAR (1337-1453)

MEDITERRANEAN SEA

   Halpern, Paul G. The Mediterranean Naval Situation 1908-14.

     57:38

MELEGARI, VEZIO

   Grandi Reggimenti. Milan: Rissoli. 32:31

   Great Military Sieges. London: New English Library, 1972.

     66:35-36

   Great Regiments. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1969. 35:34

Men-at-Arms series. London: Osprey. 57:36 ; 59:38-39

MENSCHIKOFF, ALEXANDER SERGEICH, Prince (1787-1869)

   Prince Mentschikoff’s despatch. 28:25-26

   Prince Menschikoff’s report of the battle of the Alma. 39:37

MERCENARIES. see FOREIGN TROOPS

MERCER, ALEXANDER CAVALIE

   Journal of the Waterloo Campaign. London: Peter Davies, 1969.

     32:30

   Mercer’s journal of the Waterloo campaign. I. 54:2-5,11 ; II.

     55:12-13,15,21

MERK, JAMES

   Letter on Russian helmet (4:2). 17:39

MERODE-WESTERLOO, Comte de

   Robert Parker and Comte de Merode-Westerloo. 27:34

MEXICAN WAR (1846-1848)

   Mexico and the war of 1846. I. 61:18-20 ; II. 62:18-20,38

MEXICO

   -to 1810

     Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. Lancers for the King. 23:11

   -1810-1861

     Mexico and the war of 1846. I. 61:18-20 ; II. 62:18-20,38

     Uniforms of the Mexican army 1839-1847. I. Infantry. 64:29-

       32 ; II. Cavalry, artillery, medical. 66:22-25

   -1861-1867

     French army in Mexico 1863-1867. 35:17

     Legio Patria Nostra. 22:4-5

     Rise and fall of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico 1864-1867. I.

       71:2-6, letter on photo (71:5) & reply 74:40 ; II. 72:9-13,

       32 ; III. 74:26-29 ; IV. 75:6-9 ; V. 76:19-23

     --Cazadores del Emperador

       Letter on 74:40

     --Gendarmeria Imperial

       Letter on 74:40

     --Guard. Empress Charlotte’s Guard Regiment

       Empress Charlotte’s Guards Regiment 1864-67. 70:cover

MEYER-HOFMAN, K.E.

   Letter on Death’s Head Hussars. 6:30

MIDDLEBROOK, MARTIN. First Day on the Somme. London: Penguin

   Press, 1971. 58:36-37

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MILITARIA

 

MILITARIA

   Auction report. 2:23

   British officer’s grenadier cap, c. 1750. 13:28

   British sabretaches. III. 13:14-17 ; IV. 21:8-11 ; 22:18-21

   Expensive piece of history. 22:3

   Gaylor, John. Military Badge Collecting. 59:36

   Helmet of a gentleman-at-arms. 46:36

   Henderson, James. Sword Collecting for Amateurs. 36:36 ; 60:35

   Johnson, Derek. Collecting Militaria. 59:37

   Letter on Canadian mitre. 14:39

   Marquess of Anglesey. 10:16-19

   Militaria in the sales room. 16:6-7

   Military antiques. 22:26 ; 24:28 ; 25:24 ; 26:24 ; 27:23

   Mitre cap. 4:11

   Magnificent volunteer artillery sabretache. 8:4

   Officer’s helmet, the King’s Dragoon Guards 1847-71. 48:36

   Officer’s lance cap, 5th Royal Irish Lancers, 1890. 48:28

   Ripley, Howard. Buttons of the British Army. 59:38

   Sales talk. 7:16-17 ; 14:37

   Some British sabretaches. 11:34-35

   Weapons collecting. 43:32-33,35

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Antique Arms & Armour. 68:35

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Militaria. 33:30

   see also AUCTIONS

MILITARY ACADEMIES

   Appreciation to New College, R.M.A. Sandhurst. 13:6

   Badges of the 1914-1918 war. 13:6

   Forty years on. 15:17

   From the report of an officer cadet. 3:12

   Like father, like son. 22:4

   Preston, Richard Arthur. Canada’s RMC-a History of the Royal

     Military Academy. 44:37-38

   Somme, fifty years later. 18:5

   Waterloo broadside. 26:3

MILITARY AND SOCIETY

   Christiansen, E. The Origins of Military Power in Spain, 1800-

     1854. 29:19

   Cunliffe, Marcus. Soldiers & Civilians: the Martial Spirit in

     America 1775-1865. 37:33

   Vatikiotis, P.J. Politics and the Military in Jordan. 24:38

   see also CITIZEN ARMIES

MILITARY ARCHITECTURE

   Mallory, Keith & Arvid Ottar. Architecture of Aggression:

     Military Architecture of Two World Wars. 76:38

   Vauban, Sebastian Leprestre de. A Manual of Siegecraft and

     Fortification. 29:19

MILITARY ART

   Dawney, N.P. & A.E. Haswell. Military Drawings and Paintings in

     the Royal Collection. Vol. I. 19:31 ; 20:11

   ‘Defence of Rorke’s Drift’ a painting in the Royal Collection.

     55:6-8

   Index to British Military Costume Prints. 64:35

   Military miniatures in the Victoria & Albert Museum. 62:21-23

   Special exhibition: Images of War 1649-1914. 72:40 ; 75:28

 

 

 

 

MILITARY ARTISTS, HISTORIANS, AND RESEARCHERS

 

MILITARY ARTISTS, HISTORIANS, AND RESEARCHERS

   Atkinson, C.T. 3:12

   Biographical notes [on Peter Young]. 2:11

   Commandant E.L. Bucquoy. 47:17

   Harry Payne-military artist. I. 43:8-9 ; II. 44:8-11 ; III.

     46:13-16 ; IV. 47:32-33 ; V. 48:21-23

   James Grant: Edinburgh’s military novelist and historian 1822-

     1887. 69:19-20

   Late Cecil C.P. Lawson. 21:20

   Letter on Edward A. Wilson. 43:40

   Lt. Col. B. Granville Baker, DSO, soldier, author, and artist.

     40:2-5

   Master modeller [on Charles Stadden]. 7:6

   Raymond Bouverat. 12:1

   Robert Frederick William Tichband. 15:1

   Tradition’s studio manager [Lawrence Keeble]. 1:19

   Valedictory [David Johnson]. 20:1

Military Costume of Turkey. London: T. McClean, 1818. (Colas

   #2059, Lipperheide #2388). plates from. 55:30-32

MILITARY FAMILIES

   Borton, Arthur Close. My Warrior Sons: the Borton Family Diary.

     68:33

   Fighting Bradfords. 20:10

   Like father, like son. 22:4

   Tradition in the RAF. 13:7

MILITARY FUNERALS

   Marshal Juin. 21:3

   Royal flush. 26:3

MILITARY HISTORY

   Acrimony between practitioners of subfields. 8:1

   Collector International II. 11:13

   Communication between subfields. 7:1,3

   Experts. 3:1

   Gordon, Lawrence L. Military Origins. 54:37

   Military history. 24:2

   Shuddering amateur. 4:31

   Uniform identification. 7:38

MILITARY LIFE

   Bush, Eric Wheler. Salute the Soldier. 19:4

   First standing orders of the 15th Light Dragoons. I. 10:2-3 ;

     II. 11:30-31,33 ; III. 12:30-31 ; IV. 13:30-31 ; v. 15:28-29

   Highland story. 70:13-15

   Life in the cavalry in 1800. 40:12-13,25

   No comments. 16:12

   Rank & File: the Common Soldier at Peace and War, 1642-1914.

     5:23

   Recollections of a Prussian hussar. 22:12-17 ; 23:2-8 ; 24:14-

     17 ; 25:4-7 ; 26:15-18 ; 27:14-16,30

   Universal Soldier. 59:36-37

   Unusual record. 10:15 ; 16:10

   Western, J.R. The English Militia in the 18th Century. 17:3

Military Memories series. Longmans, 1967. 23:11

MILITARY MINIATURES. see MODEL SOLDIERS

Military Uniforms I-the Imperial Guard of Napoleon Bonaparte.

   London: Ariel Press. 31:30

 

 

 

MILLER, ALEXANDER

 

MILLER, ALEXANDER

   Balaclava. 7:3

MILLER, GERALD H.

   Helmets and headgear of the U.S. Army, 1872-1902. I. 56:16-19 ;

     II. 57:16-20 ; III. 58:7-13,27

   Union army 1861. I. Generalities. 63:12-15 ; II. Artillery.

     64:21-28, letters on photo (64:21) 68:39, 71:40 ; III.

     Cavalry. 65:12-17 ; IV. Infantry. 66:14-20, letter on photo

     (66:14) 69:39-40

MILLES, THOMAS POTTER

   Dashing light dragoon. 71:30-31

MILLS, K.G.L.

   Letter on special Gurkha issue (45). 51:40

   Letter on Walvis Bay. 49:39

MILNE, SAMUEL MILNE

   Standards and colours of the Army 1661-1881. I. 69:7-12 ; II.

     70:24-28, plates I-IV ; III. 71:25-29, plates V,VII-IX ; IV.

     72:17-20, plates X-XII,XVII ; V. 74:8-10 ; VI. 76:24-27

MILTON, ROGER. The English Ceremonial Book. Newton Abbott: David

   & Charles, 1972. 62:35

MINDEN, BATTLE OF (1 August 1759)

   Cole, Howard N. Minden 1759. 57:38 ; 67:34

   Minden regiments. 8:30-31

MINES

   16th century mine. 12:5

MITRE CAPS

   British officer’s grenadier cap, c. 1750. 13:28

   Grenadier caps of Prussian infantry 1740-1786. 2:4-5 ; 3:7 ;

     5:2 ; 6:2 ; 7:2 ; 12:10-11

   Letter on Canadian mitre. 14:39

   Mitre cap. 4:11

   Prussian grenadier caps. 12:10-11

MODEL SOLDIERS

   Blum, Peter. Military Miniatures. 3:3

   Carman, W.Y. Model Soldiers. 68:33

   Cassin-Scott, Jack. Making Model Soldiers of the World. London:

     Stephen Hope Books. 76:38

   Civil War battle recreated. 13:10-11

   Coldstream Guards 1821 [statuette by Charles Stadden]. 56:8-9

   Collector international. 8:13-14

   Converting 30mm Stadden figures. 2:27

   Featherstone, Donald. Handbook for Model Soldier Collectors.

     38:39

   Featherstone, Donald. Military Modelling. 51:39

   Garratt, John G. Model Soldiers for the Coinnoisseur. 68:34

   Gripenberg, Ole. Tennsoldaten som Leksaker, Samlarfigurer och

     Undervisning Material. 72:38

   Landscape modelling. 1:25

   Lead toy soldiers and models-a sale by auction. 47:12-13 ;

     57:28-29 ; 60:30-31

   Letter on Guild of Model Soldier Manufacturers. 23:35

   Letter on overemphasis on Napoleonic period, what about 1900-14

     instead? 1:26

   Letter on painting of horses. 1:26

   Letter requesting material for book on mil. min. 49:40

 

 

 

MODEL SOLDIERS (con’t.)

 

   Martin, Paul & Jean Nicollier. Collecting Toy Soldiers. 24:38

   New paint. 3:3

   Officer of the 17th Lancers, c. 1850. 13:8

   Paper soldiers of Strasbourg. 10:34-37,11

   Pirate figures. 15:35

   Record price for a model soldier. 11:37

   Reviews of model soldier manufacturers. Historex. 69:38 ;

     Phoenix. 67:36-37 ; Rose. 68:38 : Willie. 67:36

   Richards, L.W. Old British Model Soldiers-1893-1918. 44:37

   Schirmer, Friedrich. Umgang mit Zinnifiguren. 5th ed. 23:34

   2nd Regt., Silesian Grenadiers. 74:34,36

   Toy soldiers bring record prices at auction. 54:36

   see also DIORAMAS

            NORMAN NEWTON LTD.

            WAR GAMES

MODENA

   -to 1792

     Francesco III d’Este and the army of Modena 1737-60. 65:29-

       32

   -1792-1814

     National Guard of Modena 1798. 74:38-39

   -1815-1861

     --Infantry. 1st Battalion

       Standard bearer, 1852. 59:30,plate

     --Infantry. Reali Cacciatori

       the Reali Cacciatori of the Duchy of Modena 1830-1859.

         63:cover,7-9

MODELLER, ROBERT

   Letter on John Hunt Morgan’s Indiana Ohio raid. 59:40

MOIR, GUTHRIE. The Suffolk Regiment. London: Leo Cooper, 1969.

   35:34

MOLLO, ANDREW & Malcolm McGregor. Army Uniforms of World War II.

   London: Blandford Press. 72:38

MOLLO, JOHN

   Military Fashion. London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1972. 63:32

   Officer’s review furniture, 10th Hussars 1810-14. 10:4-5

   Waterloo Uniforms, I. British Cavalry. London: Historical

     Research Unit, 1973. 70:38

MOLTZHEIM,, A. de

   La Nouvelle armee francaise. Paris: Dusacq, 1875. Print of

     veterinary & medical officers. 66:27

MONMOUTH REBELLION (6 July 1685)

   Johnson, David. The Monmouth Rebellion and the Bloody Assizes.

     29:19

   see also SEDGEMOOR, BATTLE OF (6 July 1685)

MONTGOMERY, BERNARD L., Field Marshal (1887-1976)

   Lewin, Ronald. Montgomery as Military Commander. 62:37-38

MONTMIRAIL, BATTLE OF (11 February 1814)

   Battle of Montmirail. 19:5

MORAND, CHARLES ANTOINE MARIE, Gen. (1771-1835)

   Rivullet, Georges. General de Bataille. 23:34

MOREAU DE JONNES, ALEXANDRE. Adventures in the Revolution and

   Under the Consulate. London: Peter Davies, 1969. 32:30

 

 

 

 

 

MORGAN, JOHN HUNT, Gen. (1825-1864)

 

MORGAN, JOHN HUNT, Gen. (1825-1864)

   General John Hunt Morgan’s Indiana-Ohio raid. I. 55:26-29,33 ;

     II. 56:30-33 ; III. 57:13,15 ; letter on 59:40

MORGAN, LEN. 50 Famous Tanks. London: Ian Allan Ltd. 29:18

MORIER, DAVID

   Field Marshal Earl Ligonier, col., 8th Horse, c. 1747. 19:12

MORIN, CLAUDE

   ‘Marines’ in the French army and navy. 72:14-15

   Romanticism in military fashion during the Franco-Prussian War

     1870-1871. 70:30-31

MOROCCO

   Captain Delaval’s memorandum. 32:18,25

MORRIS, Sgt. (73rd Foot)

   Reminiscence. 9:45

MORRIS, DONALD R.

   the Zulu army. 23:12-17,33

MORRIES, R.O.

   Colours and standards of the Grand Duchy of Baden in the

     Napoleonic period. 72:27-29

   Colours of the army of the Grand Duchy of Wurzburg 1806-14.

     57:2-3

   Imperial Russian army: colours of the Cossack troops under the

      Emperor Nicholas I 1825-1856. 52:2-5

   Letter on Italian Napoleonic flags. 49:40

   Russian colours and standards in the Crimean War. 44:13-17

   Russian colours and standards of the Napoleonic period. 36:14-

     19 ; errata 41:38

MORTIER, EDOUARD, Marshal (1768-1835)

   [Illustration]. 30:plate

MOTHERS

   Vagabond. 20:11

MOULTON, J.L. The Royal Marines. London: Leo Cooper, 1972.

   (Famous regiments). 65:36

MUESSING, WILLIAM J.

   Letter on Tradition. 5:31

MUFFLING, F.C.F. von. History of the Campaign of 1815. E.

   Ardslely: S.R. Publications, 1970. 54:37-38

MURAT, JOACHIM, Marshal (1767-1815)

   Cavalry charge of Marshal Murat at Eylau. 36:21-23,31

   Centenaries 1967. 20:10

   Detour. 30:2-3

   [Illustration]. 27:plate

MUSEE INTERNATIONALE DES HUSSARDS

   Musee international des hussards. 11:36

MUSEO DE L’ARTILHERIA (Lisbon)

   French guns in Lisbon. 10:15

MUSEUMS

   Battlefield museums. 3:11

   French guns in Lisbon. 10:15

   Letter on. 27:36

   Musee international des Hussards. 11:36

   National Army Museum [Great Britain]. 3:12 ; 6:23,29 ; 7:6 ;

     8:14 ; 14:3

   National army museum of Austria. 71:21-24,29

   New National Army Museum. 59:25

 

 

 

MUSEUMS (con’t.)

 

   Newport Artillery Co., Newport, R.I. 15:17

   South African museums. 6:23

   Wellington and Europe at Waterloo. 12:26-27

MUSIC AND SONGS

   Annie Laurie. 19:3

   Batterie d’Austerlitz. 21:4

   Bugle calls. 7:3

   Drums. 5:3

   Letter on soldiers’ songs. 27:36

   Recorded military music. 32:28-29,32

   Toeche-Mittler, Joachim. Armeemarsche. 27:3

   Winstock, Lewis. Songs and Music of the Redcoats 1642-1902.

     43:36

MYATT, FREDERICK. The March to Magdala. London: Leo Cooper, 1970.

   51:39

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nachtrage und Berichtigung zum deutschen Reichsheer. see

   HOCHSPRUNG, MAX. Nachtrage und Berichtigung...

NANSOUTY, ETIENNE, Gen. (1768-1815)

   [Illustration]. 32:plate

NAPLES

   -1792-1814

     Albanian troops in the service of Naples. 57:22-25

     Neapolitan troops in Spain 1808-13. I. 55:16-20 ; II. 56:25-

       29

     --Guard. Infantry. 2nd Regiment

       Kingdom of Naples 1812-1813, 2o Reggimento Veliti a Piedi

         della Guardia Reale. 68:cover, 19

   -1814-1861

     see KINGDOM OF THE TWO SICILIES

NAPOLEON I (France) (1769-1821)

   Aubry, Octave. Napoleon. 15:33

   Bulletin of the battles with the Prussians and English. 9:57

   Chandler, David. The Campaigns of Napoleon. 20:12

   [His death]. 6:1

   Imperial exhumation. 44:34

   Lachouque, Henri. The Anatomy of Glory. 2nd ed. 14:9

   Lachouque, Henri. Napoleon a Waterloo. 24:23

   Lachouque, Henri. Napoleon 20 ans de champagne. 13:5

   Letter on his death. 10:40 ; reply 17:39

   Letter on his praise of subordinates. 44:40

   Marshall-Cornwall, James H. Napoleon as Military Commander.

     24:23

   Napoleon at work. 17:2

   Napoleon, 1st Consul in the uniform of col., 9th Dragoons.

     39:15

   Napoleon leaves Malmaison. 11:29 ; errata 12:39

   Napoleon Wrote Fiction. 63:33-34

   Napoleon’s entry into Berlin 27 Oct. 1806. 44:plate [Knotel,

     Richard. Plate from Rochling, Carl. Die Konigin Luise]

   Napoleon’s hats. 7:3

   [Portrait plate]. 27:plate

   Rousselot, L. Napoleon. 44:37

   Wellington on Bonaparte. 24:3

NAPOLEON III (France) (1808-1873)

   Les amis de Napoleon III. 21:3

Napoleon Wrote Fiction. edited by Christopher Frayling. Compton

   Chamberlayne: Compton, 1972. 63:33-34

NAPOLEONIC WARS. see FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY AND NAPOLEONIC WARS

NASH, DAVID. The Prussian Army 1808-15. London: Almark, 1972.

   Letter on 69:40

NASH, M.T.

   Letter on British infantry equipment. 27:36

NASSAU

   -1792-1815

     “Nassau troops” in Dutch-Belgian army at Waterloo Pt. III.

       48:17-18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NASSAU, -1792-1815 (con’t.)

 

     Some further notes on Dutch-Belgian & Nassau uniforms [at

       Waterloo]. 60:18-19

NATHAN, E.

   Kettledrummer of the Life Guards, 1930. 24:9

NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM (Great Britain)

   [Notes on]. 3:12 ; 6:23,29 ; 7:6 ; 8:14 ; 14:3

   Special exhibition: Images of War 1649-1914. 72:40 ; 75:28

NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS

   Maxim of Charlemagne. 21:2

NAVIES AND NAVAL WARFARE

   Annis, P.G.W. Naval Swords. 46:38

   Bennett, Geoffrey. Nelson the Commander. 62:36

   Bryant, Arthur. Nelson. 51:38-39

   Coggins, Jack. Ships & Seamen of the American Revolution. 39:39

   Featherstone, Donald. Naval War Games. 12:13

   First uniform dress of the Royal Navy. 1748-1767. 4:24-30

   German naval airship service 1914-18. 59:26-27

   Halpern, Paul G. The Mediterranean Naval Situation, 1908-14.

     57:38

   Heinl, R.D., Jr. Dictionary of Naval & Military Quotations.

     22:29

   Horatio, Viscount Nelson. 4:cover,23

   Napoleon’s Italian navy. 53:11-13,35

   Naval brigade at Tel-el-Kebir 1882. 21:17-19

   Rankin, Robert H. Small Arms of the Sea Services. 64:35

   Royal Navy shore landing rig 1896. 70:35

   Warner, Oliver. The Life and Letters of Vice-Admiral Lord

     Collingwood. 29:19

NEARY, DONNA

   54th Massachusetts Volunteers of African Descent. ill. 72:6

   Old battery. ill. 55:3

NEERWINDEN, BATTLE OF (29 July 1693)

   Panache. 15:5

NELSON, Maj. Gen.

   Very model of a modern major general. 12:4-5

NELSON, HORATIO, Lord (1758-1805)

   Bennett, Geoffrey. Nelson the Commander. 62:36

   Bryant, Arthur. Nelson. 51:38-39

   Horatio, Viscount Nelson. 4:cover,23

NETHERLANDS

   -General

     Armamentaria. Vol. V. 52:38 ; Vol. VI. 60:35, letter on

       this review 62:40 ; Vol. VII. 68:34

     Wels, P. Forbes. De Nederlandse Cavalerie. 23:34

   -1792-1815

     Appendices from Siborne. 9:40-43

     Belgian account [of Waterloo]. 9:13,17

     Dutch-Belgian army at Waterloo. I. 46:5-8 ; II. 47:2-7 ; III.

       48:14-19

     Letters on Dutch standards at Waterloo. 21:39 ; 31:40, reply

       33:40

     Letter on the Dutch at Waterloo. 31:40 ; response with bib.

       36:40

     Some further notes on Dutch-Belgian and Nassau uniforms [at

       Waterloo]. 60:18-19

 

 

 

NETHERLANDS, -1815-1939

 

   -1815-1939

     Dutch army in the war for Belgian independence 1830-1. 65:2-

       7 ; letter on 68:40

     --Colonial forces

       Lanciers du Bengale. 65:plate [Dero-Becker. Collection des

         costumes militaries ed toutes les nations]

     --Guards

       Grenadier guards drummer in full dress [1830]. 65:cover

     --Medical and veterinary services

       Kompagnie Hospitaal Soldaten, Veldambulance, IIIe Divisie,

         1831. 58:32-33

NEUMANN, GEORGE C. Swords & Blades of the American Revolution.

   Newton Abbott: David & Charles, 1973. 72:38-39

New Regulations for the Prussian Infantry. London, 1757. 13:20-21

NEW ZEALAND

   -to 1914

     Imperial troops on parade in New Zealand 1901. I. 51:28-31 ;

       II. 52:32-33 ; letter on 55:40

     Uniforms of the British Empire No. 6. 31:plate [Simkin, R.

       Types of the British Army. #154]

NEY, MICHEL, Marshal (1769-1815)

   Cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo. 34:30-34, letter on

     41:40 ; 35:14-16

   Marshal Ney’s account [of Waterloo]. 9:8-9

   Retreat from Moscow. 10:9

NICHOLSON, J.B.R.

   Black Watch at Ticonderoga. 19:cover,2,36

   British aides-de-camp to the sovereign, c. 1897. 41:24-26

   British army of 1900. I. 49:18-19

   British light dragoons, 1855-61. 40:34-35

   British sabretaches. III. 13:14-17 ; IV. 21:8-11 ; V. 22:18-21

   British staff uniforms 1897. I. 39:7-10 ; II. 40:14-19

   Coldstream Guards, 1821. 56:8-9

   Commandant E.L. Bucquoy. 47:17

   Editorial on amalgamation. 16:1

   Elegant extracts. 44:32-34

   False calves and curlers and a stiff upper lip. 13:20-21

   First standing orders of the 15th Light Dragoons. I. 10:2-3 ;

     II. 11:30-31,33 ; III. 12:30-31 ; IV. 13:30-31 ; V. 15:28-29

   Foreign military attaches in Delhi. 59:29 ; letters on 60:39,

     61:40

   French Horse Artillery of the Guard & British Royal Horse

     Artillery 1815. 31:plate

   French Royal Guard 1829-30, 8th Inf. Regt. (2nd Swiss). 39:21-

     22

   Hyderabad contingent cavalry. 42:28-31

   Imperial Russian Life Guard Hussars 1913. 21:13

   Indian army.  3:9-10

   Infantry subaltern in the 1860s. 15:3,23

   Kettledrummer of the Guides, Imperial Guard, 2nd French Empire.

     38:27

   Kettledrummer of the Senegalese Spahis, 1913. 37:21

   Knights of St. John of Jerusalem or Knights Hospitallers.

     43:34-35

   Late C.C.P. Lawson. 21:20

 

 

 

NICHOLSON, J.B.R. (con’t.)

 

   Lieutenant Col. Charles Prager King. 14:4,35

   Madras light cavalry c. 1833. 16:33,13

   Madras native infantry, c. 1845. 42:8-11 ; 43:28-29

   Marines equipage de ligne 1825. 46:17,24

   Militaria in the sale room. 16:6-7

   Military miniatures in the Victoria & Albert Museum. 62:21-23

   Military Uniforms. London: Orbis. 70:36

   Morgan Charles Chase, 1st Madras Cavalry, c. 1815. 20:5,20

   Napoleon, 1st Consul, in the uniform of col., 9th Dragoons.

     39:15

   National Army Museum of Austria. 71:21-24,29

   Officer of the 7th Hussars 1808. 15:27

   Officers and gentlemen. 14:10-17

   Plague spot. 66:26-28

   Regimental staff officers. 21:29

   Reminiscences of Imperial Russia. I. 59:21-25 ; II. 61:22-27 ;

     III. 62:28-31 ; IV. 63:17-18 ; letter on 68:40

   [Review of] Almack, Edward. Regimental Badges Worn in the

   British Army One Hundred Years Ago. 41:36

   [Review of] Holding, T.H. Uniforms of the British Army, Navy,

     and Court. 41:36

   [Review of] Mollo, John. Military Fashion. 63:32

   [Review of] Peterson, Harold L. Round Shot & Rammers. 36:38-39

   [Review of] Standing Orders & Regulations for the British Army

     in Ireland. 41:36

   [Review of] Universal Soldier. 59:36-37

   [Review of] Wallhausen, Johann Jacob von. Kriegskunst zu Fuss

     and zu Pferdt. 60:36-37 ; 61:36-37

   Royal Artillery exhibition. 16:34

   Royal Marine Artilleryman. 20:13

   Sangfroid epatant d’un milor anglais. 9:38-39

   Scots Greys 1839. 15:7

   2nd Bengal Lancers, 1901. 5:8-11 ; 6:6-7 ; 7:10-11 ; 8:2-4 ;

     10:10-11 ; 11:28 ; 12:28 ; 73:32-38

   17th Lancers in 1839. 14:5

   17th Lancers in India, 1883-93. I. 57:9-12 ; II. 58:21-23

   16th Light Dragoons 1759-1780. 26:26-27

   62nd Regiment. 8:39

   Some British sabretaches. 7:24-27

   Some imperial Russian uniforms. 18:20-21 ; letter on 20:33

   Some more British sabretaches. 11:34-35

   Special Indian cavalry issue-introduction. 50:2-13

   3rd Bengal Irregular Cavalry, c. 1845. 21:12

   Two royal field marshals. 15:8-9

   Uniformes du Premier Empire. 49:26-28 ; II. 51:26-27,31 ;

     letter on 55:40

   Uniforms of the British Army-notes to supplement the colour

     plates reproduced from ‘British soldiers past and present’.

     54:22-27 ; 55:22-25 ; 56:10 ; 57:4,8

   Uniforms of the French army (notes to supplement the colour

     plates). 63:19-20 ; 64:33-34 ; 66:12-13,28

   Unusual uniform of World War I. 36:20

   Valaison battalion, corporal of grenadiers and a fusilier 1806-

     11. 40:20 ; letter on 46:40

 

 

 

 

NICKEL, HELMUT

 

NICKEL, HELMUT. Arms & Armour Through the Ages. London: Collins,

   1971. 59:36

NICOLAS, NICHOLAS HARRIS. History of the Battle of Agincourt.

   London: Frederick Muller, 1970. 52:38-39

NICOLLIER, JEAN. Collecting Toy Soldiers. with Paul Martin.

   Prentice Hall. 24:38

NIGHTINGALE, FLORENCE (1820-1910)

   Letter from a nurse with her. 28:11-12

NOLAN, LEWIS EDWARD (d. 1854)

   Capt. Lewis Edward Nolan. 29:7-9 ; letter on 37:40

NORMAN, A.V.B. Small Swords and Military Swords. London: Arms &

   Armour Press, 1967. 23:34

NORMAN, C.A.

   Austro-Hungarian infantry uniforms, 1914-18. I. 59:18-20 ;

     II. 60:2-5,33 ; letter on 61:40, response 63:38

   Brunswick corps at Waterloo. I. 59:2-5,34 ; II. 60:16-19 ;

     letter on 67:39-40

   Dutch-Belgian army at Waterloo. I. 46:5-8 ; II. 47:2-7 ; III.

     48:14-19

   Franc-tireurs of the Army of the Vosges. 72:22-23

   French army in the Franco-Prussian War 1870-71. I.

     Generalities, infantry line & light. 63:21-27 ; II. African

     infantry, Garde nationale. 64:6-12 ; III. Cavalry,

     cuirassiers, dragoons, lancers. 65:8-11,28, letter on 69:39;

     IV. Cavalry, chasseurs a cheval, hussars, African cavalry.

     66:29-35 ; V. Artillery, generals & staff, rank insignia.

     67:26-31

   Further notes on the uniforms worn during the Indian Mutiny

     1857-58. I. 62:5-7,11,plate, letter on plate 65:40 ; II.

     63:2-6,9

   International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War. I. 66:5-10 ;

     II. 67:5-11 ; letters on 69:39, 70:40

   Letter on Norman by Fosten. 63:40

   Letters on Dutch army, czaikisten. 36:40

   Uniforms of the K.k. Landwehr, 1914-18. I. 74:2-4,29 ; II.

     75:16-19 ; III. 76:4-6

   Uniforms of the Portuguese army 1806-14. I. Infantry, cavalry,

     artillery. 61:2-7, letters on 62:40, 63:38-39, 65:40 ; II.

     Militia, general staff, colours. 62:24-27 ; response to

     letters on 66:39-40

NORMAN, C.B. Battle Honours of the British Army. Newton Abbott:

   David & Charles, 1971. 60:34 ; 74:31

NORMAN NEWTON LTD.

   Highlanders. 10:29

   Inspection report. 1:8,22 ; 2:15,18 ; 3:15,18 ; 4:15 ; 5:15 ;

     6:13

   Letter on German general staff series. 1:26

   Napoleon leaves Malmaison. 11:29

   New miniatures by Norman Newton Ltd. 12:12,29,32 ; 13:12,29,32;

     14:8 ; 15:10 ; 16:29 ; 17:29 ; 18:29 ; 19:29,32

   New models from Norman Newton Ltd. 20:8,29 ; 21:32 ; 23:27 ;

     24:29 ; 25:28 ; 26:28 ; 27:27 ; 28:16 ; 29:32 ; 32:back

     cover ; 33:back cover ; 34:back cover ; 35:back cover ; 36:

     back cover ; 37:back cover ; 38:back cover ; 39;back cover ;

     40:11 ; 40:back cover ; 41: back cover ; 42: back cover ;

 

 

 

NORMAN NEWTON LTD. (con’t.)

 

     43:back cover ; 44:back cover ; 45:back cover ; 46:back

     cover ; 47:back cover ; 48:back cover ; 49:back cover ;

     50:back cover ; 51:back cover ; 52:back cover ; 53:back

     cover ; 54:back cover ; 55:back cover ; 56:back cover ;

     57:back cover ; 58:back cover ; 59:back cover ; 60:back

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     64:back cover ; 65:back cover ; 66:back cover ; 67:back

     cover ; 68:back cover ; 69:back cover ; 70:back cover ;

     71:back cover ; 72:back cover ; 73:back cover ; 74:back

     cover ; 75:back cover ; 76:back cover

   Norman Newton newsletter. 16:32 ; 17:32 ; 18:32 ; 19:33 ;

     20:28 ; 21:33 ; 22:22 ; 23:26 ; 24:29 ; 25:28 ; 26:29 ;

     27:27 ; 28:29 ; 29:34-35 ; 30:26-27 ; 33:29 ; 34:35 ; 37:36

   Old Hookey. 11:12

   Plates of figures (keys in []). 1:11 [1:22] ; 1:14 [1:13] ;

     1:15 [1:13] ; 1:18 [1:17] ; 2:13,16-17,20 ; 4:13,16-17,20 ;

     5:13,16-17,20 ; 6:18-19 ; 7:29,32 8:12,32

   Some new 54 mmm miniatures. 10:32

NORMANS

   Normans, c. 1066. 4:9

   1066 and all that. 13:4

NORTH, RENE

   Parisian National Guard 1789-1791. 3:23

   United States infantry 1812. 2:24

NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION

   Perrett, Bryan. NATO Armour. 58:37

NORWAY

   -General

     --Generals and staff officers

       Norway, Sweden, general officer 1894-1918. 20:24-27

   -to 1905

     Russo-Swedish war. 18:34-35 ; 19:18-19,31 ; 21:27-28

 

 

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OATTS, L.B.

   Emperor’s Chambermaids: the Story of the 14th/20th King’s

     Hussars. London: Ward & Locke, 1973. 75:38

   Highland Light Infantry. London: Leo Cooper, 1969. 35:34

OBITUARIES

   Bouverat, Raymond. 12:1

   Deleuze, Lucien. 11:1

   Tichband, Robert Frederick William. 15:1

OCANA, BATTLE OF (19 Nov. 1809)

   Guns of Senarmont in Spain. 46:34-35

OFFICERS

   British utopia through Russian eyes. 22:4

   Officers and gentlemen. 14:10-17

OFFICERS’ DRINKING GLASSES

   Letter on. 21:39

OLD MALT HOUSE (Kingston-upon-Thames, England)

   Our heritage. 15:5

 

 

 

 

OLDENBURG

 

OLDENBURG

   -1815-1871

     Letter on Oldenburg troops in 1849. 71:40

   -1871-1914

     --Cavalry. Oldenburgisches Dragoner Regt. Nr. 19

       Dragoon on guard duty. 52:21,plate [Hocksprung, Max.

         Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

OMAN, CHARLES W.C.

   Studies in the Napoleonic Wars. London: Methuen, 1929. quoted.

     25:2

   Wellington’s Army. London: Francis Edwards, 1968. 29:19

OMDURMAN, BATTLE OF (2 Sept. 1898)

   British campaign medals-the campaign medal for Omdurman. 36:12-

     13

   21st Lancers and the Dervish army at Omdurman in 1898. 35:7-13;

     36:6-11

ONFROY DE BREVILLE, JACQUES MARIE GASTON. see JOB

ORGANIZATION

   Letter on format of orders of battle. 30:40

   see also AMALGAMATION

ORR, MICHAEL. Dettingen 1743. London: Charles Knight, 1972.

   (Knight’s Battles for Wargamers). 67:34

O’TOOLE, E.H. Malayan Orders and Decorations. Kuala Lumpur:

   National Museum, 1962. 24:23

OTTAR, ARVID & Keith Mallory. Architecture of Aggression:

   Military Architecture of Two World Wars. London: Architectural

   Press. 76:38

OTTOMAN EMPIRE

   -General

     --Janissaries

       White bonnets over the border. I. 54:32-33 ; II. 55:30-33 ;

         letters on 56:39

OUDENARDE, BATTLE OF (11 July 1708)

   Belfield, Eversly. Oudenarde 1708. 67:34

OVERALL-HATSWELL, D.R.

   Imperial Russian Lifeguard Hussars, c. 1912. 23:21

OWEN, CHRISTOPHER. The Rhodesian African Rifles. London: Leo

   Cooper, 1970. 44:37

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PADLEY, HARRY E.

   Letter on Edward A. Wilson. 43:40

PAGET, WILLIAM. see ANGLESEY, Marquis of, WILLIAM HENRY PAGET

   Man of parts. 76:28

PAKISTAN

   Palit, D.K. The Lighting Campaign: the Indo-Pakistan War 1971.

     62:37

PALIT, D.K. The Lighting Campaign: the Indo-Pakistan War 1971.

   Salisbury: the Compton Press, 1972. 62:37

PALMER, ALAN. The Gardeners of Salonika. London: Andre Deutsch,

   1965. 13:6

PAPAL STATES

   -1814-1870

     Letter on the taking of Rome, 1870. 37:40

     --Artillery

       Swiss battery of artillery in the Papal service. 68:21-23

     --Cavalry. Carabinieri Pontifici

       Papal carbineers. 59:9-13

     --Cavalry. Dragoons

       2nd Lt. standard bearer, 1865. 61:30,plate

PARAGUAY

   -to 1870

     Brazilian and Paraguayan uniforms of the 1865-70 war. 69:30-32

PARKER, JAMES. A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry. London:

   David & Charles, 1970. 43:38

PARKER, ROBERT

   Robert Parker and Comte de Merode-Westerloo. 27:34

PARMA

   -1814-1860

     --Guard. Infantry. Grenadiers of the Guard

       Captain and soldier. 48:cover

       Grenadiers of the Guard, Duchy of Parma, 1851. 48:2-3

     --Infantry. 1st Batallion

       Standard bearer, 1853. 59:30,plate

PARQUIN, CHARLES. Napoleon’s Army. London: Longman’s, 1969. 35:34

PAYNE, HARRY

   Cavalrymen at Canterbury depot, 1858. 36:33

   Harry Payne-military artist. I. 43:8-9 ; II. 44:8-11 ; III.

     46:13-16 ; IV. 47:32-33 ; V. 48:21-23

   Our Volunteers. London: Raphael Tuck, 1900. (Ogilby #702).

     [1] Group of Yeomanry cavalry of Great Britain. 64:plate

     [2] 22nd Middlesex (Central London Rangers). 63:plate

     [5] 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. 62:plate

     [6] the Horse Battery, Honourable Artillery Co. 62:plate

     [7] Field Battery of the 3rd Middlesex Artillery

           Volunteers... 64:plate

     [8] Advance party of London Rifle Brigade... 62:plate

     [11] Volunteer engineers at work. 63:plate

PEACEMAKER (Revolver)

   Interesting guns-the Peacemaker. 35:26-27,39

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PEACOCK, BASIL

 

PEACOCK, BASIL. The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers. London: Leo

   Cooper, 1970. 46:39

PEADES, A. de

   Light cavalry charge at Balaclava. 20:9

PEARMAN, JOHN. Sergeant Pearman’s Memoirs. London: Cape, 1968.

   30:24

PEARSON, MICHAEL. Those Damned Rebels. London: William Heinemann,

   1972. 63:34

PEDDER, CHARLES DENISON (ca. 1852)

   Portrait of. 69:cover

PEDERSON, CHRISTIAN FOGEL. International Flag Book in Colour.

   London: Blandford, 1971. 55:34,36

PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN (1808-1814)

   British infantry in the Peninsular. 25:19

   British infantry officers in the Peninsular campaign. 15:16

   British Peninsula cavalry leader. 6:20-21

   Casualty of 1809. 13:5

   Cleve-Berg grenadier of infantry, Spain 1811. 75:40

   Corunna. 7:3

   Dashing light dragoon. 71:30-31

   English infantry-Spain 1809. 4:22

   15th Hussars in the Peninsular War. 49:30-32

   15th Regt. of Infantry, French army, Peninsula 1807. 43:31

   France-train des equipages in Spain 1812. 30:22-23

   French guns in Lisbon. 10:15

   French infantry in the Peninsular. 15:31,34 ; 25:26

   Gleig, G.R. The Subaltern. 35:35

   Hessen-Darmstadt artillery in Spain 1809. 49:16-17

   Hessen-Darmstadt infantry Regt. Graf und Erbprinz 1810-11.

     41:16-18 ; 42;18-19,24

   Lancers of the Vistula in Spain 1808-12. 55:8-11 ; letter on

     58:40

   Letter on Peninsular medal. 25:36

   Letter on sporrans in the Peninsula. 23:35

   Lippe infantry 1809 in Spain. 3:26

   Major General John Gaspard Le Marchant. 7:33

   Mysterious uniform of Gen. Le Marchant. 7:33

   Neapolitan troops in Spain 1808-13. I. 55:16-20 ; II. 56:25-29

   95th in the retreat from Corunna to Vigo. 40:8-11

   Officer-Saxon Altenburg infantry 1808 in Spain. 5:27

   Peninsular infantry 1808. 2:14 ; letter on 6:30, reply 8:38

   Peninsular papers. I. 31:2-7 ; II. 32:2-6 ; III. 33:2-8 ; IV.

     34:2-7 ; V. 35:2-6 ; VI. 36:2-5 ; VII. 37:2-5

   Peninsular uniform. 1:19, letter on 4:32

   Peninsular uniforms. 6:3

   Recollections of Rifleman Harris. 44:37

   Role of the Durham Light Infantry in the Peninsular War. I.

     58:4-6,33 ; II. 59:6-8,28,31

   Schwarzbourg-Rudolstadt infantry in Spain 1811. 75:4

   Schwarzbourg-Sonderhausen. 26:19

   16th Regt. of Light Infantry in Spain, c. 1812. 60:cover,21-25

   6th Rheinbund Regt., Spain 1812. 75:24

   Spanish infantry uniforms 1812-14. 11:24-25

   Tomkinson, William. Diary of a Cavalry Officer. 59:35

   Transport in the Peninsular. 25:2

 

 

 

PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN (1808-1814) (con’t.)

 

   Trophies 1811. 17:4

   Trumpeter, Reggimento Dragoni ‘Napoleone,’ Italian army in

     Spain, 1809. 54:cover

   Uniforms of the Portuguese army 1806-14. I. Infantry, cavalry,

     artillery. 61:2-7, letters on 62:40, 63:38-39, 65:40 ; II.

     Militia, general staff, colours. 62:24-27 ; response to

     letters 66:39-40

   Weller, Jack. Wellington in the Peninsula 1808-14. 36:37

   Wellington on Bonaparte. 24:3

   Wilson, Frank & Arthur Kipling. Uniforms of the Peninsular War.

     67:34

   see also CORUNNA, BATTLE OF (16 Jan. 1809)

            GERONA, BATTLE OF(1809)

            OCANA, BATTLE OF(19 Nov. 1809)

           SAGUNTO, BATTLE OF (1811)

            SAN SEBASTIAN, BATTLE OF (31 Aug. 1813)

            VIMIERO, BATTLE OF (21 Aug. 1808)

PENSIONERS. see VETERANS

PERRETT, BRYAN. NATO Armour. Shepperton: Ian Allan, 1971. 58:37

PERSIA

   Camel artillery of the Persian army, 1853. 37:30-31

   Persian army, 1857. 57:26-27

PERSON, GUSTAV

   American War of Independence. 49:24-25

   Corps of Light Infantry, American War of Independence. 39:36

   First New York Regiment 1782. 35:21

   Letter on booklet “Ceremonial” (response to Ashton’s letter

     17:39). 19:37

   Letter on Death’s Head Hussars & Bundeswehr. 3:31 ; replies

     4:32, 6:30

   71st Regt. of Foot, Virginia 1781. 49:11

PESTANA, HAROLD

   Armed trains, Egypt, 1882. 25:10-12

   British artillery, Egypt, 1882. I. 26:20-23 ; II. 27:17-22,

     letter on 32:36

   Camel artillery of the Persian army, 1853. 37:30-31

   Japanese army of 1904-1905. I. 37:22-27 ; II. 38:10-11

   Naval brigade at Tel-el-Kebir, 1882. 21:17-19

   Transportation of casualties in the Crimea. 30:28-32

PETAIN, PHILIPPE, Marshal (1856-1951)

   Marshal Petain. 18:7

PETARD, M. Armes blanches militaries francaises. with C. Aries.

   Paris: Petitot. Vol. IX & X. 44:37 ; Parts 11 & 12. 51:37 ;

   Parts 13 & 14. 55:34 ; Part 15. 56:34-35 ; Part 16. 61:34-35 ;

   Part 17. 62:34-35 ; Part 18. 64:36-37 ; Part 19. 66:36-37 ;

   Part 20. 70:36-37

PETERS, G.W.H. The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regt. London:

   Leo Cooper, 1970. 49:38

PETERSON, HAROLD L.

   Book of the Continental Soldier. Harrisburg, Pa.:

     Stackpole, 1968. 27:3

   Daggers and Fighting Knives of the Western World From the Stone

     Age till 1900. London: Jenkins, 1968. 26:30

   Round Shot and Rammers. Harrisburg, Pa.: Stackpole, 1969.

     36:38-39

 

 

 

PETITMEREMET, ROLAND

 

PETITMEREMET, ROLAND

   Letter in Valaison bataillon (40:20). 46:40

PHOENIX MODELS

   Phoenix model developments. 67:36-37

PICORNELL, PEDRO

   Letter on “International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War”

     (66:5-10 ; 67:5-11). 70:40

Pictorial History of the Royal Marines. Southsea: Royal Marines

   Museum. 56:35

PIPPARD, R.

   Letter on Royal Horse Artillery, Waterloo. 1:26 ; response 2:30

PIRE, HIPPOLYTE DE (1778-1850)

   Did you know? 19:3

PISTOLS

   French Flintlock Regulation Pistols 1733-1822. 38:38

   Interesting guns-handguns of the German army. 33:24-25

   Sawyer, C.W. U.S. Single Shot Martial Pistols 1776-1945. 62:33

   Sellers, Frank M. & Samuel E. Smith. American Percussion

     Revolvers. 60:37-38

   Taylerson, A.W.F. The Revolver 1865-1888. 23:34

   Taylerson, A.W.F. The Revolver 1889-1914. 51:37

   Wilkinson, F. Flintlock Pistols. 32:31

   see also Names of individual pistols

PLATT, J.R.I. The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry 1907-1967. London:

   Garnstone Press, 1972. 65:34-35

Plumet. see RIGONDAUD, ALBERT

POCOCK, TOM. Fighting General. London: Collins, 1973. 71:38-39

POHANKA, BRIAN C.

   Letter on Gen. Lasalle. 30:39 ; response 36:40

   Letter on U.S. artillery officers photo (64:21). 71:40

POITIERS, BATTLE OF (19 Sept. 1356)

   Featherstone, Donald. Poitiers 1356. 67:34

POLAND

   -1807-1814

     --Cavalry. Chevau-legers-lanciers, 2nd Regt.

       Imperial Guard, the 2nd Regt. of Chevau-leger-lanciers.

         13:cover,2 ; letters on 2:30, 3:31, 4:31

       Letter on Polish lancers at Waterloo. 41:40

     --Cavalry. Lancers of the Vistula

       Lancers of the Vistula in Spain, 1808-1812. 55:8-11 ;

         letter on 58:40

     --Infantry. Light infantry

       Letter on Polish light infantry 1810-14. 33:40 ; reply

         36:40

   -1914-1918

     Cavalry of the First Polish Eastern Corps in Russia 1914-18.

       44:21-23,27

POLICE

   Johnson, David. London’s Peelers & the British Police. 59:39

PONIATOWSKI, JOZEF ANTON, Marshal, Prince (1763-1813)

   [Illustration]. 27:plate

PONSONBY, FREDERICK CAVENDISH (1783-1837)

   Honourable F.C. Ponsonby. 12:28

POPHAM, HUGH. The Dorset Regiment. London: Leo Cooper, 1970.

   (Famous regiments). 52:39

 

 

 

PORTUGAL

 

PORTUGAL

   -1792-1814

     Notes on “Uniforms of the Portuguese army 1806-14.” 63:39-

       40 ; letter on 65:40

     Uniforms of the Portuguese army 1806-14. I. Infantry,

       cavalry, artillery & engineers. 61:2-7, letters on 62:40,

       63:38-39 ; II. Militia, general staff, colours. 62:24-27 ;

       letter on 66:39-40

     --Loyal Lusitanian Legion

       Letters on. 1:26 ; 66:40

POULTON, CLIVE W.

   Brief outline of military cryptography. I. 42:21,24 ; II. 43:30

   Interesting guns-Adams revolvers. I. 36:24-25 ; II. 37:28-29,

     letter on 42:40, response 44:40

   Interesting guns-the early Smith & Wesson revolvers. 41:30-31

   Interesting guns-the 1896 model 7.63 mm. Mauser. 32:26-27

   Interesting guns-handguns of the German army. 33:24-25

   Interesting guns-the 1914 (DWM) artillery Luger. 31:32-33,38

   Interesting guns-the Peacemaker. 35:26-27,39

   Interesting guns-Tranter revolvers. I. 39:30-31 ; II. 40:30-31

POWELL, GEOFFREY. The Green Howards. London: Leo Cooper, 1968.

   (Famous regiments). 57:40

POWELL, JAMES D.

   Men who fought the Plains Indians. I. 76:7-13

PRESTON, RICHARD ARTHUR. Canada’s RMC. Toronto: University of

   Toronto Press, 1969. 44:37-38

PRICE, TONY

   Letter on 62nd Regt. 8:39

PRISONER OF WAR CAMPS

   Winchester, Barry. Beyond the Tumult. 63:36

Profile Publications. 58:36

PRUSSIA

   -General

     Lace and embroidery patterns in the Prussian infantry 1814-

       1914. 69:2-7

     Lances and pennants in the Prussian army 1809-1914. 71:12-17

     Letter on organization of an infantry regiment. 8:38

     --Cavalry. Hussars. Husaren-Regt. von Zieten (Branden-

       burgisches) Nr. 3

         Prussian hussars 1808-1914. 14:cover

   -to 1701. see BRANDENBURG

   -1701-1807

     False calves and curlers and a stiff upper lip. 13:20-21

     Jany, Curt. Die Dessauer Spezifikation von 1729. 55:38-39

     Jany, Curt. Geschichte der preussischen Armee bis zum Jahre

       1807. 22:24

     Plates from Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise.

       Depleted Prussian grenadier battalion of Prince August

         defend a town against three French cavalry regiments, 28

         Oct. 1806. 46:plate

       Five thousand Prussian troops of the l’Estocqschen Corps

         led by Scharnhorst fight a decisive action at

         Kutschitten during the battle of Eylau 7 & 8 Feb. 1807.

         46:plate

 

 

 

 

PRUSSIA, -1701-1807 (con’t.)

 

       Heroic death of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia at

         Saalfeld, 10 Oct. 1806. 44:plate

       Napoleon’s entry into Berlin Oct. 27, 1806. 44:plate

     Prussian army of 1760. 13:18-19,40

     --Cavalry

       Adjutant-general of cavalry, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath, C.C.

         Preussische armee Uniformen ...]

     --Cavalry. Cuirassiers, 2nd Regt.

       2nd Regt., von Beeren, cuirassiers, 1789. 60:plate

         [Horvath, C.C. Preussische armee Uniformen ...]

     --Cavalry. Dragoons

       Dragoon officer and trooper, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath, C.C.

         Preussische armee Uniformen ...]

       Prussian dragoons 1740-1786. 25:15-18

       Uniforms of the Prussian army c. 1770, II. Dragoons.

         41:32-33

     --Cavalry. Dragoons. Regt. Nr. 4

       Prussian dragoons 1740-1786. 25:15-18

     --Cavalry. Dragoons. Regt. Konigin-Dragoner Nr. 5

       Unteroffizier, 1806. 3:8 ; letters on 6:30, 8:38

     --Cavalry. Hussars, 1st Regt.

       1st Regt. of Hussars, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath, C.C.

         Preussische armee Uniformen ...]

     --Cavalry. Hussars, 2nd Regt.

       2nd Regt., von Zieten, hussars, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath,

         C.C. Preussische armee Uniformen ...]

     --Cavalry. Hussars, 5th Regt.

       Capture of the eagle of the 55th Line Inf. Regt. by the

         Black Hussars at Heilsberg, E. Prussia 10 June 1807.

         47:plate [Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

       Death’s Head Hussars 1741-1808. 15:20-23

     --Cavalry. Hussars. Regt. von Malachowski

       Hussar Regt. von Malachowski 1741. 40:24-25 ; 44:35-36

     --Freikorps

       Letter on Freikorps. 11:40

       Prussia 1756-1763, Freicorps. 10:20-27

     --Freikorps. Freikorps von Kleist

       Prussia 1756-1763, Freikorps von Kleist. 11:2-8,33

     --Freikorps. Freikorps von Schill

       1807-08. 3:30

     --Freikorps. Freikorps von Schony

       Prussian, Freikorps von Schony. 12:34-38

     --Generals and staff officers

       General staff officer 1789. 60:plate [Horvath, C.C.

         Preussische armee Uniformen]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Garde du Corps

       Garde du Corps, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath, C.C. Preussische

         armee Uniformen ...]

       Officer, 1758. 27:cover

     --Guard. Infantry. Guard Grenadier Battalion No. 6

       Guard Grenadier Battalion No. 6, 1789. 60:plate [Horvath,

         C.C. Preussische armee Uniformen ...]

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRUSSIA, -1701-1807 (con’t.)

 

     --Infantry

       Grenadier caps of Prussian infantry 1740-1786. Text. 2:4-

         5 ; Regts. 1-6. 3:7 ; Regts. 7-8,11-12,15-16. 5:2 ;

         Regts. 19,33,40,43-45. 6:2 ; Regts. 46-51. 7:2 ; Regts.

         52-55. 12:10-11

       Uniforms of the Prussian army circa 1770. I. 39:23-27 ;

         letter on 46:40

     --Infantry. 18th Regt.

       Musketeers, 1750. 22:plate

       Officer, non-commissioned officer, c. 1750. 22:plate

     --Jagers

       Mounted and foot regiments of Jagers of the Prussian army

         1744-1807. 8:20-26

   -1808-1815

     Appendices from Sibourne. 9:40-43

     Death of Maj. von Schill during the bitter street fighting

       in Stralsund 31 May 1809. 47:plate [Rochling, C. Die

       Konigin Luise]

     Prussian account [of Waterloo]. 9:10-12

     Uniforms of the Napoleonic War. 51:20,plate, letter on 56:40

       [Ruhl, Moritz. Wie Sahen die Kriegsheers in den ...]

     --Cavalry

       Letter on Prussian cavalry, 1808. 56:40 ; reply 58:40

     --Cavalry. Hussars. 1. Leib Husaren Regt.

       Death’s Head Hussars. II. 1808-14, 17:33-37

       Offizier vom 1sten Leibhusaren Regt. 1809. 30:plate [Wolf,

         L. Abbildung der neuen Konigl. preussischen Armee

         Uniformen]

     --Cavalry. Hussars. 2. Leib Husaren Regt.

       Death’s Head Hussars. II. 1808-14. 17:33-37 ; letter on

         25:36

     --Freikorps. Konigl. Preus. Freikorps von Lutzow

       Freiwelliger. 30:plate [Wolf, L. Abbildung der neuen

         konigl. preussischen Armee Uniformen]

     --Guard

       Prussian Guards 1813. 21:3

     --Guard. Artillery. Foot Artillery

       Feuerwerker und canonier der Garde Artillerie zu Fuss.

         44:plate [Wolf, L. & F. Jugel. Abbildung der neuen

         konigl. Preuss. Armee Uniformen]

     --Guard. Artillery. Horse Artillery

       Offizier der Garde Artillerie zu Pferd. 44:plate [Wolf, L.

         & F. Jugel. Abbildung der neuen konigl. Preuss. Armee

         Uniformen]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Garde du Corps

       Garde du Corps. 46:plate [Wolf, L. & F. Jugel. Abbildung

         der neuen konigl. Preuss. Armee Uniformen]

       Offizier der Garde du Corps, c. 1809. 43:plate [Wolf, L. &

         F. Jugel. Abbildung der neuen konigl. Preuss. Armee

         Uniformen]

     --Guard. Infantry. Garde Fusilier Bataillon

       Officer, c. 1809. 46:plate [Wolf, L. & F. Jugel. Abbildung

         der neuen konigl. Preuss. Armee Uniformen]

 

 

 

 

 

PRUSSIA, -1808-1815 (con’t.)

 

     --Guard. Infantry. Garde Regt. zu Fuss

       Grenadier von Regt. Fuss Garde c. 1809. 43:plate [Wolf, L.

         & F. Jugel. Abbildung der neuen konigl. Preuss. Armee

         Uniformen]

     --Infantry

       Letter on line infantry grenadiers 1808-15. 69:40

     --Infantry. Regt. Nr. 12 (2. Schlesisches)

       2nd Regt., Silesian grenadiers. 74:34,36

     --Infantry. Normal Infanterie Bataillon

       Grenadier, Offizier c. 1809. 43:place [Wolf, L. & F.

         Jugel. Abbildung der neuen konigl. Preuss. Armee Unifor-

         men]

     --Landwehr

       Prussian Landwehr 1813-1815. 38:22-26

     --National Cavalry. Pommeranian National Cavalry Regt.

       1814. 21:30

   -1815-1871

     Prussian army, c. 1843. Plates from Sachse, L. Das

       Preussische Heer unter Friedrich Wilhelm IV.

       Plate [I]. 39:plate

       Plate 14. 32:cover

       Plates 7,16,19,21,22,25. 37:plates

       Plate 31. 39:plate

     --Guard. Cavalry. Hussars. Leibgarde Husaren Regt.

       Officer of the Guard Hussar Regt. 1845. 13:25

     --Infantry. Fusilier-Regt. Nr. 33 (Ost-Preussisches)

       the 33rd East Prussian Fusiliers in the War of 1870-71. I.

         14:22-25 ; II. 15:12-15

     --Infantry. I-R Nr. 57 (8. Westphalisches)

       the 57th goes to war. I. 70:16-17,33 ; II. 71:19-20 ; III.

         72:36-37

   -1871-1914

     Prussian Jager, life gendarmerie, staff, ordinance, and

       mounted field Jager corps-Uniforms of the imperial German

       army, 1892. 60:32,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und

       Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

     Some imperial German headdresses 1900-14. 23:288-29

     --Cavalry

       General of cavalry, 1870-1914. 4:31 ; 21:4

       Horse furniture-Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry

         1892. 54:21, plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und

       Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Cavalry. Cuirassiers

       Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry, 1892. 52:21, plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum

         deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Cavalry. Dragoons

       Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry, 1892. 52:21, plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum

         deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Cavalry. Hussars

       Hussar officers’ horse furniture-Uniforms of the imperial

         German cavalry 1892. 54:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max.

         Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

 

 

 

 

PRUSSIAN, -1871-1914 (con’t.)

 

       Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry 1892. 52:21,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum

         deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Cavalry. Hussars. 1. Leib Husaren Regt. Nr. 1

       General officer, 1st Life Hussar Regt. 1914. 2:10 ; letter

         on 3:31 ; reply 4:32 ; 6:30

     --Cavalry. Hussars. 2. Leib Husaren Regt. Konigin Viktoria von

      Preussen Nr. 2

       Letter on. 4:32 ; 6:30

     --Cavalry. Hussars. Husaren-Regt. von Zieten (Branden-

      burgisches) Nr. 3

       Hussar, 1905. 22:plate

     --Cavalry. Hussars. Husaren-Regt. von Schill (1. Schlesisches)

      Nr. 4

       Kettledrumer. 23:plate

     --Cavalry. Hussars. 2. Rheinisches Husaren-Regt. Nr. 9

       Lt. Col. B. Granville Baker DSO soldier, author and

         artist. 40:2-5

       Recollections of a Prussian hussar. 22:12-17 ; 23:2-8 ;

         24:14-17 ; 25:4-7 ; 26:15-18 ; 27:14-16,30

       Rittmeister, c. 1905. 22:plate

     --Cavalry. Hussars. 2. Westfalisches Husaren-Regt. Nr. 11

       2nd Westphalian Hussar Regt. No. 11, standard bearer 1914.

         39:28-29

     --Cavalry. Hussars. Husaren-Regt. Kaizer Franz Josef von

      Osterreich, Konig von Ungarn (Schleswig-Holsteinisches)

      Nr. 16

       Kettledrummer 1900-14. 25:plate

     --Cavalry. Jager zu Pferd

       German cavalry, Jager zu Pferd 1900-14. 14:26-32,38,40

     --Cavalry. Meldreiter

       Imperial German army Meldreiter 1895-1899. 75:31-33

     --Cavalry. Uhlans

       German uhlans, c. 1910. 34:8-13

       Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry, 1892. 52:21,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum

         deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Generals and staff officers

       Prussian and Bavarian general officers in parade & gala

         uniform 1910-1914. 1:12-13

       Uniforms of the imperial German army 1892. 56:21, plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen]

     --Guard

       Sidelights on the Prussian guard. 60:26-27,33

     --Guard. Cavalry

       Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry, 1892. 52:21,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum

         deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Regt. der Garde du Corps

       Helmet & Stadden figurine. 2:cover

       Trumpeters in gala dress. 16:cover

     --Guard. Cavalry. Leib Garde Husaren Regt.

       Kettledrummer 1900-14. 23:plate

       Letters on. 4:32 ; 6:30

       Wachtmeister of the Guard Hussar Regt. 1912. 5:1

 

 

 

PRUSSIA, -1871-1914 (con’t.)

 

 

     --Guard. Infantry

       Prussian grenadier caps. 12:10-11

       Uniforms of the imperial German army 1892. 56:21,plate

         [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum

         deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Guard. Schlossgardekompanie

       the Kaiser’s palace guard. 53:14-16

     --Leibgendarmerie

       c. 1900. 25:29

PURVES, ALEC A. Collecting Medals and Decorations. London: B.A

   Seaby, 1967. 29:18

PYNE, W.H.

   The Costume of Great Britain. London: William Miller, 1804.

     (Ogilby #728).

     Plate #57 the Lottery wheel. 68:plate

PYOTDYKES FARM (Dundee, Scotland)

   Bronze age weapons. 22:4

 

 

Q

 

 

QUARMBY, D.W.

   Letter on Simkin, Richard. British Yeomanry Uniforms. 63:40

QUARTERMASTERS

   Irate quartermaster. 27:2

QUEBEC, BATTLE OF (13 Sept. 1759)

   Warner, Oliver. With Wolfe to Quebec. 64:35

QUOTATIONS

   Heinl, R.D., Jr. Dictionary of Naval & Military Quotations.

     22:29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R

 

RAGLAN, FITZROY JAMES HENRY SOMERSET (1788-1855)

   Lord Raglan’s despatch [from Alma]. 28:5-8

   Lord Raglan’s despatch [from Balaclava]. 28:13-15

   Lord Raglan’s despatch [from Inkerman]. 28:22-24

RAILROADS

   Armed trains, Egypt, 1882. 25:10-12

   Bishop, D. & K. Davies. Railways and War Before 1918. 63:33

Rank and File: the Common Soldier at Peace and War 1642-1914.

   compiled by T.H. McGuffie. London: Hutchinson of London, 1964.

   5:23

RANKIN, ROBERT H. Small Arms of the Sea Services. New Milford,

   Conn.: N. Flayderman & Co., 1972. 64:35

RAWSON, P.S. The Indian Sword. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1968.

   29:18

RECKITT, B.N. The Lindley Affair. Hull: A. Brown & Sons, 1972.

   65:35

RECRUITING

   Following the dram 1799. 44:33

Red Army Uniforms and Insignia 1944. London: Arms & Armour Press,

   1968. 29:18

REEDER, B.W.

   Letter on Napoleonic Italian sword. 59:40

REES, IVOR

   Ivor Rees, V.C. 24:3

REGIMENTAL DAYS

   Regimental days. 10:14-15

REGIMENTAL PRIVILEGES

   la Batterie d’Austerlitz. 21:4

   Fusiliers exercise their right. 24:7

REGIMENTAL TIES

   Tit for tat. 68:27-31 ; 69:22-27 ; 70:33 ; 71:32-33 ; 74:11-19

REGIMENTAL TRADITIONS

   Dickinson, R.J. Officer’s Mess-Life and Customs in the

     Regiments. 76:38

   Editorial. 21:1

REGIMENTS

   Almack, Edward. Regimental Badges Worn in the British Army 100

     Years Ago. 41:36

   Chichester, Henry Manners. Records and Badges of the British

     Army. 42:39

   Famous Regiments (series). 24:13 ; 27:30

   Melegari, Vezio. I Grandi Reggimenti. 32:31

   Melegari, Vezio. Great Regiments. 35:34

   Regiments and Corps of the Canadian Army. Ottawa: Queen’s

     Printer, 1964. 24:23

   Sawai Man Singhji. The Indian State Forces. 43:38-39

Register of the Regiments and Corps of the British Army. London:

   Archive Press Ltd., 1972. 75:39

REGNAULT, JEAN. Les Aigles imperiales 1804-1815. Paris: J.

   Peyronnet, 1967. 23:11

Reiter-Rosse-Bunte Rocke 1969. 31:1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representation of the Clothing ...

 

Representation of the Clothing of His Majesty’s Household and All

   the Forces Upon the Establishments of Great Britain and

   Ireland. 1742. (Ogilby #184).

   Some observations on the 1742 Cloathing Book. 42:32-33

REVIE, ALASTAIR. The Lost Command. London: David Bruce & Watson,

   1971. 66:38

REVIEWS OF TROOPS

   10th Light Dragoons 1799. 1:19

REYNOLDS, JOSHUA. “Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton.” 4:12

REZONVILLE, BATTLE OF (16 August 1870)

   a Resourceful Teuton. 20:10

RHODESIA

   --Rhodesian African Rifles

     Owen, Christopher. The Rhodesian African Rifles. 44:37

RICHARDS, L.W. Old British Model Soldiers 1893-1918. London: Arms

   & Armour Press, 1970. 44:37

RICHWOOD, P.

   Letter on merit badges, Lusitanian Legion, KGL. 1:26 ; response

     2:30

RISDALE, FRANCIS J.

   Letter on gorgets and Peninsular medal. 25:36

RIFLE, DANISH. 1889

   Hvidt, A.N. 1889-Gevoeret id et danske Forsvars Tieneste. 24:23

RIFLE. 9LB. MUZZLE-LOADING

   Chown, John D. The 9pdr. Muzzle-Loading Rifle. 24:38

RIFLES

   Letter on rifles in the Napoleonic wars. 48:40

   Swenson, G.W.P. Pictorial History of the Rifle. 55:38

RIGO. see RIGONDAUD, ALFRED

RIGONDAUD, ALFRED

   88th Demi-Brigade of the French army in Egypt, Sept. 1801. I.

     56:2-7 ; II. 57:5-8

   Lancers of the Vistula in Spain 1808-12. 55:8-11 ; letter on

     58:40

   Lauzun Legion in America 1780-83. 68:2-7

   Plumet plates. 54:39 ; 55:38 ; 60:38 ; 62:38 ; 63:37 ;

     65:38 ; 70:39

   16th Regt. of Light Infantry in Spain 1812. 60:cover,21-25

RIPLEY, HOWARD. Buttons of the British Army. London: Arms &

   Armour Press, 1971. 59:38

Ritter, Rustung, Pferd und Wappen 1969. 31:1

RIVULLET, GEORGES. General de Bataille. Paris: J. Peyronnet.

   23:34

ROBBINS, DAN

   Letter on Dutch-Belgian troops at Waterloo. 31:40 ; response by

     Alfred Rosenbaum 33:40

   Letter on Dutch, Brunswick, Hanover standards. 21:39

ROBERT, C. & A. Galot. Les uniformes de l’armee francaises 1872-

   1914. Paris: Societe des Collectioneurs de Figurines

   historiques, 1967-1970. 23:11 ; 27:3 ; V. 8. 30:24 ; 38:38 ;

   Etats-major. 41:38 ; Notes diverses. 47:36

Robert Parker and Comte de Merode-Westerloo. London: Longmans,

   1968. 27:34

ROBERTSON, JOHN G.

   Letter on Charles Grant’s articles on war games. 21:39

 

 

 

ROBINSON, CAREY

 

ROBINSON, CAREY. The Fighting Maroons of Jamaica. William Collins

   & Sangster, 1969. 37:33

ROBINSON, CHARLES NAPIER. The British Tar. Detroit: Singing Tree

   Press, 1968. 31:30

ROBINSON, DEAN J.

   Imperial German army Meldreiter 1895-1899. 75:31-33

ROBINSON, GEORGE

   James Grant, Edinburgh’s military novelist and historian 1822-

     1887. 69:19-20

   Letter on Scottish Military Collectors Society. 19:37 ; 21:38-

     39 ; 30:40 ; 56:40

   60th Regiment, Zululand 1879. 72:8

ROBINSON, H.A.

   Letter on death of Napoleon. 10:40 ; response 17:39

ROCHLING, C.

   Die Konigin Luise in 50 Bildern fur Jung und Alt. Berlin: P.

     Kittel, 1896. Plates by Rochling, Knotel, and Friedrich.

     Capture of the eagle of the 55th Line Infantry Regt. by the

       Black Hussars at Heilsberg, E. Prussia, 10 June 1807. by

       Knotel. 47:plate

     Death of Maj. von Schill during the bitter street fighting in

       Stralsund 31 May 1809. by Knotel. 47:plate

     Depleted Prussian grenadier battalion of Prince August defends

       a town against three French cavalry regiments 28 Oct. 1806.

       by Knotel. 46:plate

     Five thousand Prussian troops of the l’Estocqschen Corps led by

       Scharnhorst fight a decisive action at Kutschitten during

       the battle of Eylau 7 & 8 Feb. 1807. by Rochling. 46:plate

     French revolutionary soldiers looting and plundering in the

       Pfalz 1793. by Rochling. 44:plate

     French troops under Gen. Kellermann crossing the border into

       Prussia at Anspach 1805. by Knotel. 44:plate

     Heroic death of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia at Saalfeld

       10 Oct. 1806. by Knotel. 44:plate

     Napoleon’s entry into Berlin 27 Oct. 1806. by Knotel. 44:plate

ROGERS, H.C.B.

   Battles & Generals of the Civil Wars 1642-1651. London: Seeley

     Service, 1968. 31:30,31

   Mercenary soldiers. I. 47:8-10 ; II. 49:21-23,35 ; III. 51:22-

     25

   Weapons of the British Soldier. London: Sphere, 1972. 62:36

ROGERS, ROBERT, Major

   Treason? at Michilimackinac. 66:36

ROME

   -Ancient period

     Forgotten fight? 7:6

     Imperial Roman legions. I. 41:10-15 ; II. 42:14-17 ; III.

       43:15-16 ; IV. 46:25-28

     Roman army. 8:6-8,26

     Roman Wroxeter. 5:23

     Shipway, George. Imperial Governor. 29:18

   -Republic, 1848/49

     --Legione Italiana

       Garibaldi’s ‘Legione Italiana’ at the defence of Rome,

         1849. 56:11-15

 

 

 

ROME (con’t.)

 

   see also PAPAL STATES

ROME, SIEGE OF (1849)

   French light infantry at the siege of Rome, 1849. 52:26-27

   Garibaldi’s ‘Legione Italiano’ at the defence of Rome, 1849.

     56:11-15

ROMMEL, ERWIN, Marshal (1891-1944)

   Lewin, Ronald. Rommel as Military Commander. 29:19

RONES, CLIFFORD T.

   Letter on Confederation of the Rhine requesting more

     information. 33:40 ; comment on 38:40

RONES, HENRY L.

   Letter on King’s German Legion & Hannoverians. 37:40

RORKE’S DRIFT, BATTLE OF (22-23 Jan. 1879)

   the ‘Defence of Rorke’s Drift’ a painting in the Royal

     collection. 55:6-8

ROSE MINIATURES

   Rose miniatures. 68:38

ROSENBAUM, ALFRED

   Letter on Dutch-Belgian troops at Waterloo. 33:40

ROSENBERG, CHARLES

   Rosenberg-Colnaghi prints. London: Colnaghi, 1810-11. (Ogilby

     #767)

     Plate [2] the Likeness of the Prince Regent of Great Britain

       ... 67:plate

ROSIGNOLI, GUIDO.

   Army Badges and Insignia of World War II. London: Blandford,

     1972. 65:33

   Army Badges and Insignia Since 1945. London: Blandford, 1973.

     76:6

ROSSI, PAUL A. Art of the Old West From the Collection of the

   Gilcrease Institute. London: Collins, 1972. 68:33

ROUSSELOT, LUCIEN

   Napoleon. Paris: Petitot. 44:37

   Soldats d’autrefois: Mameluks. Paris: Petitot. 55:34

ROYAL MILITARY ACADEMY (Sandhurst, England)

   Appreciation to New College, R.M.A. Sandhurst. 13:6

   Forty years on. 15:17

   Somme, fifty years later. 18:5

RUHL, MORITZ

   Die Osterreich-ungarische Armee. Leipzig, 1914. Plates from

     Administrative departments. 54:20,plate

     Artillery. 51:21,plate

     Cavalry. 53:21,plate

     Gendarmerie. 53:21,plate

     General officers. 52:20,plate

     General staff. 51:21,plate

     Guards. 52:20,plate ; 51:34

     Household troops. 53:21,plate ; 54:20,plate

     Infantry in marching order. 52:20,plate

     Infantry in parade dress. 51:21,plate

     Medical and veterinary departments. 54:20,plate

     Military academies & cadet schools. 51:21,plate

     Mounted troops. 54:20,plate

     Supply corps & motorized troops. 53:21,plate

     Technical troops. 52:20,plate

 

 

 

RUHL, MORITZ (con’t.)

 

     Letter on. 60:39

   Die russische Armee in ihrer gegenwartige Uniformirung.

     Leipzig, 1891. (Colas #2606, Lipperheide #2379)

     Generalitat, hohere Stabe usw. 72:34

   Wie Sahen die Kriegsheere in den Kampfen vor 100 Jahren aus?

     Leipzig, 1913. Plates from

     Austrain army. 48:20,plate ; 49:20,plate

     French Napoleonic army (Guard troops). 48:20,plate ;

       51:20,plate ; letters on 56:40

     Napoleonic army (line & Polish troops). 48:20,plate ;

       49:20,plate

     Prussian army. 48:20,plate ; 49:20,plate ; 51:20,plate

     Russian army. 51:20,plate

     Swedish army. 49:20,plate

     Troops of the Confederation of the Rhine. 49:20,plate ;

       51:20,plate

RUPERT, Prince (1619-1682)

   Seacavalier. 32:12-13,32 ; 33:9-10

RUSSIA

   -General

     Letter on organization of infantry regiments. 8:38

     --Cavalry. Hussars. Sumski Regt.

       Letter on. 20:34

   -1793-1815

     Letters on Russian unicorns. 17:39 ; 20:33 ; 24:40 ; 74:40

     Line infantry and Jager regiments, 1812-15. 25:19,plate

     Medal for 1812. 21:3

     Russian colours & standards of the Napoleonic period. 36:14-

       19 ; errata 41:38

     Russo-Swedish War. I. 17:6-7,30-31,40 ; II. 18:34-35,

       letters on 20:34, 25:31 ; III. 19:18-19,31 ; III. 20:6-7 ;

       IV. 21:27-28

     Uniforms of the Napoleonic Wars. 51:20,plate [Ruhl, Moritz.

       Wie Sahen ...]

     Visit to the battlefield of Borodino. 16:17

     --Cavalry. Hussars

       Russian gousari 1812. 75:25-27

     --Cavalry. Hussars. White Russian Regt.

       NCO Bielo-Rossick Regt. 1805. 3:29 ; letters on 6:30, 8:38

     --Guard

       Two imperial guards. 42:22-24

     --Guard. Infantry. Pavlov Regt.

       Gren. Regt. Pavlov 1813-1815. 2:26 ; letters on 6:30,

         8:38, 11:27

   -1815-1881

     Crimean War, 1854-1856, Russian army. 28:plate

     Imperial Russia, c. 1854 [Russian spiked helmet]. 4:2 ;

       letters on 8:38, 17:39, 20:33

     Imperial Russian army: colours of the Cossack troops under

       the Emperor Nicholas I 1825-1856. 52:2-5

     Letter on Crimean war medal. 56:40

     Perfect drill sergeant. 14:2

     Prince Menschikoff’s report of the battle of the Alma. 39:37

     Prince Menschikoff’s despatch [Inkerman]. 28:25-26

     Russian colours and standards in the Crimean War. 44:13-17

 

 

 

RUSSIA, -1815-1881 (con’t.)

 

     Russian general order [Sebastopol.]. 28:34-36

     --Cossacks

       Imperial Russian army: colours of the Cossack troops under

         the Emperor Nicholas I 1825-1856. 52:2-5

     --Guard. Artillery. 1st Life Guard Artillery Brigade

       Gunners, c. 1835. 41:plate [Federov & Bielousov.

         Collection des uniformes ...]

       Officers (full dress & undress), c. 1835. 41:plate

         [Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Chevalier Guards

       Alexander I in uniform of the Chevalier Guards 1825.

         18:cover

       Kettledrummer, c. 1835. 35:plate [Federov & Bielousov.

         Collection des uniformes ...]

       Mounted field officer & junior officer, c. 1835. 35:plate

         [Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Crimean Tartar Squadron

       Officer, c. 1835. [Federov & Bielousov.

         Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Dragoon Regt.

       Standard bearer, c. 1835. 41:plate [Federov & Bielousov.

         Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Lancer Regt.

       Field officer (parade dress) c. 1835. 36:plate [Federov &

         Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

       NCO & trumpeter (full dress), c. 1835. 41:plate [Federov &

         Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

       Trooper (campaign dress), c. 1835. 41:plate [Federov &

         Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Life Guard Cuirassier Regt.

       Officers (full dress & undress), c. 1835. 42:plate

         [Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Life Guard Hussar Regt.

       Hussar in campaign dress, c. 1835. 36:plate [Federov &

         Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Cavalry. Regiment of Horse Guards

       Troopers, c. 1835. 36:plate [Federov & Bielousov.

         Collection des uniformes ...]

       Trumpeters, c. 1835. 36:plate [Federov & Bielousov.

         Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Infantry. Company of Palace Grenadiers

       the Palace grenadiers of the Tsar. 72:33-34,37,plate

         [Plate: Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes]

     --Guard. Infantry. Life Guard Grenadier Regiment

       Musician & standard bearer, c. 1835. 35:plate [Federov &

         Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

     --Guard. Infantry. Pavlov Regt.

       Grenadier (winter dress) & NCO (summer dress), c. 1835.

         42:plate [Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes

         ...]

       Officer & standard bearer, c. 1835. 35:plate [Federov &

         Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

       Officers (walking out dress & full dress winter) and field

         officer (full dress summer), c. 1835. 41:plate [Federov

         & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

 

 

 

RUSSIAN, -1881-1914

 

   -1881-1914

     Reminiscences of Imperial Russia. I. 59:21-25 ; II. 61:22-

       27 ; III. 62:28-31 ; IV. 63:17-18 ; letter on 68:40

     Some imperial Russian  uniforms. 18:20-21 ; letters on 20:22,

       20:34

     Westwood, John. Illustrated History of the Russo-Japanese

       War. 71:38

     --Artillery

       Uniforms and equipment of the Russian artillery in Asia

         1890. I. 57:21

     --Generals and staff officers

       Russian general officers 1900-14. 18:2-4

     --Guard. Cavalry. Life Hussar Regt.

       Imperial Russian Life Guard Hussars, 1913. 21:13 ; letter

         on 23:21

     --Guard. Infantry. Life Guard Regt. Kexholm

       Letter on medal. 56:40

     --Guard. Infantry. Pavlov Regt.

       Band, pre-World War I. 11:27

   -1914-1917

     Cavalry of the First Polish Eastern Corps in Russia, 1914-

       1918. 44:21-23,27

   -1917- . see UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS

RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN, 1812

   Army with banners. 6:14-15,11

   Bavarian line infantry in Russia. 66:11

   “Cossacks” 4th Bavarian Line Infantry Regt. Sachsen-

     Hildburghausen, Russia 1812. 66:cover

   Letter on background. 21:39 ; reply 23:35-36

   Medal for 1812. 21:3

   Retreat from Moscow. 10:9

   see also BORODINO, BATTLE OF (7 Sept. 1812)

RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR (1904-1905)

   Japanese army of 1904-1905. I. 37:22-27 ; II. 38:10-11

   Japanese infantry uniforms 1904-05. 32:14-16

   Westwood, John. Illustrated History of the Russo-Japanese War.

     71:38

RUSSO-SWEDISH WAR (1808-1810)

   Russo-Swedish war. I. 1808-09. 17:6-7,30-31,40 ; II. Norwegian

     front. 18:34-35, letters on 20:34, 25:31 ; III. Bernadotte and

     “his precious Swedes”. 19:18-19,31, 20:6-7 ; IV. Norwegian

     campaign. IV. 21:27-28

RUTLEDGE, IAN

   Letter on Napoleonic wargames. 21:38

RYAN, A.R.

   Letter on “Not solely to attend cavalry” (17:8-13,37). 19:37

   Letter on officers’ drinking glasses. 21:39

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S

 

SABRETACHES

   British sabretaches III. 13:14-17 ; IV. 21:8-11 ; V. 22:18-21

   Magnificent volunteer artillery sabretache. 8:4

   Revival. 21:1

   Some British sabretaches. 7:24-27

   Some more British sabretaches. 11:34-35

SACHSE, L. & Co.

   Das Preussische Heer unter Friedrich Wilhelm IV. Berlin: L.

     Sachse & Co., 1845. (Colas #2420, Lipperheide #2174). Plates

      Plate 1. 39:plate

      Plate 7. 37:plate

      Plate 14. 32:plate

      Plate 16,19,21,22,25. 37:plate

      Plate 31. 39:plate

SADLER, JOHN

   Role of the Durham Light Infantry in the Peninsular War. I.

     58:4-6,33 ; II. 59:6-8,28,31

SADOWA, BATTLE OF (3 July 1866). see KONIGGRATZ, BATTLE OF

SAGUNTO, BATTLE OF (1811)

   the Italian ‘Dragoni Napoleone’ Regt. at the battle of Sagunto.

     34:17,29 ; letter on 37:40

ST. ARNAUD, ARMAND JACQUES LEROY DE, Marshal (1801-1854)

   Marshal de St. Arnaud’s despatch. 28:8-9

ST. MAUR TOOPE, E.H.

   Letter on imperial German cockades. 10:40

ST. VENANT (France)

   St. Venant. 21:2

SALE, FLORENTIA (1790-1853). The First Afghan War. London:

   Longmans, 1969. 31:30

SALE, ROBERT, Sir (1782-1845)

   Macrory, Patrick. Signal Catastrophe. 15:6

SALETTA, TANCREDI

   Letters on. 61:40 ; 62:40

SAN SEBASTIEN, SIEGE OF (31 Aug. 1813)

   Letter on Royal Engineers at the siege. 66:39

SARATOGA, BATTLE OF (1777)

   Sweetman, John. Saratoga 1777. 57:38

SARDINIA

   -1792-1815

     Letter on Sardinians in 1814. 66:39

   -1815-1860

     Two Italian officers at the Balaclava charge. 41:cover,2-4

     --Cavalry. Cavalleggeri di Sardegna

       2nd Lt., standard bearer. 61:30,plate

     --Cavalry. Piemonte Reale Regt.

       Two Italian officers at the Balaclava charge. 41:cover,2-4

     --Infantry.. 18th Regt.

       2nd Lt., standard bearer, 1847. 59:30,plate

SAUNDERS, A.W.

   Letter on Napoleonic wargames. 8:39

SAVORY, REGINALD. His Britannic Majesty’s Army in Germany During

   the Seven Years War. London: Clarendon Press, 1966. 20:11

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAWAI MAN SINGHJI, Maharajah of Jaipur

 

SAWAI MAN SINGHJI, Maharajah of Jaipur. The Indian State Forces-

   Their Lineage and Insignia. London: Leo Cooper, 1967. 43:38-39

SAWYER, C.W. U.S. Single Shot Martial Pistols 1776-1945. Old

   Greenwich, Conn.: WE, Inc. 62:33

SAXE-ALTENBURG

   -1792-1815

     --Infantry

       Officer, infantry 1808 in Spain. 5:27

SAXONY

   -1871-1914

     Saxon horse furniture, c. 1892-Uniforms of the imperial

       German cavalry. 54:21,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage

       und Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Artillery

       Saxon field and foot artillery, c. 1892-Uniforms of the

         imperial German army. 59:29,plate [Hochsprung, Max.

         Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Cavalry

       Saxon cavalry-Uniforms of the imperial German cavalry, c.

         1892. 53:28,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und

         Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Cavalry. Uhlans

       German uhlans, c. 1910. 34:8-13

     --Generals and staff officers

       Saxon general officers and adjutants, c. 1892-Uniforms of

         the imperial German army. 58:20,plate [Hochsprung, Max.

         Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

     --Infantry

       Saxon rifles, Jagers, and infantry, c. 1892-Uniforms of

         the imperial German army. 58:20,plate [Hochsprung, Max.

         Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum deutschen Reichsheer]

SAXTORPH, NIELS M. Warriors & Weapon of Early Times. London:

   Blandford, 1972. 64:38

SCANAGATTA, FRANZIZKA

   Amazon. 3:12

SCHACK, KLAUS DIETER

   Note on him. 16:1

   Trumpeters of the Regt. Garde du Corps in gala dress. 16:cover

SCHARF, LUDWIG

   Prussian hussars 1808-1914. 14:cover

SCHEINMANN, DAVID

   57th Regt. of the Line, France. 1805-07. 53:26-27

   First New York Regt. 1782. ill. 35:21

   French Horse Artillery of the Guard & British Royal Horse

     Artillery 1815. 31:plate

   French infantry bandsmen, 1828. 44:12,31

   French light infantry at the siege of Rome 1849. 52:26-27

   French Royal Guard 1829-1830, 8th Infan. Regt. (2nd Swiss).

     ill. 39:21-22

   Garde Royale, 7th Infantry Regt. (1st Swiss), 1830. 55:14-15

   Kettledrummer of the Guides, Imperial Guard, 2nd French Empire.

     ill. 38:27

   Kettledrummer of the Senegalese Spahis 1913. ill. 37:21

   Marines equipages de ligne 1825. ill. 46:17

 

 

 

 

SCHEINMANN, DAVID (con’t.)

 

   Military antiques: British pouches and belts, c. 1904. I.

     27:24-26 ; II. 36:29-31 ; III. 37:18-19

   Military antiques: Imperial German shoulder straps. 24:10-11

   Napoleon, 1st Consul, in the uniform of col. 9th Dragoons. ill.

     39:15

   Royal Westphalian infantry, 1810. 43:14

   Standards and colours of the King’s German Legion.26:6-7

   Swiss infantry regiments, Garde Royale 1816-17. 54:10-11

   Trumpeter, 3rd Regt. of Dragoons (LaGaronne) 1818. 51:14

   U.S. Army 1872-1902. ill. 56:16-19 ; 57:20 ; 58-12

   United States infantry, 1814. 35:18-20

   Unusual uniform of World War I. ill. 36:20

   Valaison battalion 1806-1811. ill. 40:20

   Valecdictory [on his retirement from Tradition]. 72:1

SCHILLS, F. von, Maj. (1773-1809)

   Death of Maj. von Schills during the bitter street fighting in

     Stralsund 31 May 1809. 47:plate [Knotel, Richard. from

     Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

SCHIRMER, FRIEDRICH. Umgang mit Zinnfiguren. 5th ed. Burgdorf:

   Friedrich Schirmer. 23:34

SCHLIEFFEN, ALFRED von, Gen. (1833-1913)

   One track mind. 26:3

SCHMIDT, RUDOLF. Die Handfeuerwaffen. Graz: Akademische Druck und

   Verlagsanstalt, 1968. 30:24

SCHNEIDER, HUGO. Vom Brustharnisch zum Waffenrock. Frauenfeld:

   Verlag Haber & Co., 1968. 35:34

SCHNORRENBERG, GUY

   Waterloo congress. 6:30

SCHOFIELD, STEPHEN. Musketoon. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964. 6:24

SCHREIBER, GEORG. Des Kaisers Reiterei. Vienna: F. Spiedel, 1967.

   27:3

SCHWABE, RANDOLPH & Francis M. Kelley. Short History of Costume

   and Armour 1066-1800. Newton Abbott: David & Charles. 65:33

SCHWARZBOURG-RUDOLSTADT

   -1792-1815

     --Infantry

       Infantry in Spain, 1811. 75:4

SCHWARZBOURG-SONDERHAUSEN

   -1792-1815

     Schwarzbourg-Sonderhausen 1810. 22:25

     Schwarzbourg-Sonderhausen in Spain 1810-1811. 26:19

SCOTLAND

   Anderson, Douglas N. Scots in Uniform. 65:36

   Bronze Age weapons. 22:4

   Dress distinctions of the Scottish regiments. 56:20,plate ;

     58:20,plate ; 60:20,plate ; letters on 62:40

   Highland story. 70:13-15

   Letter on Scottish regiments in the British army. 55:40

   Scots in the service of France. 16:22-24

   Scottish regiments of the British army 1895. 31:plate

   Trumpeter, Scottish gendarmes, c. 1724. 24:8

   Wallace, John. Scottish Swords & Dirks. 51:37

   see also GREAT BRITAIN, names of individual Scottish regiments

            HIGHLANDERS

 

 

 

 

SCOTT, EDMUND

 

SCOTT, EDMUND

   Manual Exercise & Costumes. Brighton: E. Scott, 1797. (Ogilby

     #811)

      #10 Charge bayonet (Royal Lancashire Regt.). 57:39

SCOTT, F.W.

   10th Light Dragoons, 1793. 67:plate

SCOTT, P.A.

   Col. Percy H.S. Barrow-the 19th Hussars in the Sudan. 33:12-14

   Letter on Charles Beresford. 30:39-40

SCOTTISH MILITARY COLLECTORS’ SOCIETY

   Letters on. 19:37 ; 21:38-39 ; 56:40

   Logo. 30:40

SEBASTOPOL, BATTLE & SIEGE OF (1854-1855)

   General Simpson’s despatch. 28:23-33

   Letters from British soldiers. 28:36,38

   Redan, 1855. 75:28

   Russian general order. 28:34-36

   Sebastopol, a night in the advance. 29:26-31

SECOMBE, J.S.

   Mercer’s battery at Waterloo. 19:6

SEDGEMOOR, BATTLE OF (6 July 1685)

   Tragic error. 44:32-33

SEEBACH, HANS-THILO von

   Letter on “1870-71 France” (18:31). 21:38 ; reply 24:40

SEITZ, HERBERT. Blank-Waffen. Braunschweig: Klinkhardt &

   Biermann, 1965. 21:4 ; II. 24:23

SELBY, JOHN

   Boer War. London: Arthur Barker, 1969. 35:34

   Iron Brigade. Reading: Osprey, 1971. (Men-at-Arms). 59:39

   Stonewall Brigade. Reading: Osprey, 1971. (Men-at-Arms).

     57:36

   Stonewall Jackson as Military Commander. London: Batsford,

     1968. 26:25

SELLERS, FRANK M. & Samuel E. Smith. American Percussion

   Revolvers. Ottawa: Museum Restoration Service, 1971. 60:37-38

SENARMONT, ALEXANDRE ANTOINE HUREAU de, Gen. (1769-1810)

   Guns of Senarmont. 41:28-29 ; letter on 44:40

   Guns of Senarmont in Spain. 46:34-35

SENIORITY

   Senior admiral. 18:7

SEREDA, ING. ANTON

   Letter on “Austrian Hungarian infantry uniforms 1914-18”

     (59:18-20). 61:40 ; response to this letter 63:38

SERGEANT MAJORS

   Earliest RSM? 4:14

SERVICE UNITS

   10th Hussars services. 1:22

SEVEN YEARS WAR (1756-1763)

   Duffy, Christopher. The Wild Goose and the Eagle. 3:11

   Furneauxx, Rupert. The Seven Years War. 69:35

   Hungarian infantry 1762. 71:cover,35

   Kennett, Lee. The French Armies in the Seven Years War. 23:11

   Letter on Prussian Freikorps. 11:40

   Letter on wargaming. 29:40

   Prussia-Freikorps von Schony. 12:34-38

 

 

 

SEVEN YEARS WAR (1756-1763) (con’t.)

 

   Prussia 1756-1763. 10:20-27 ; 11:2-8,33

   Prussian army of 1760. 13:18-19,40

   ‘Reggimento di Toscana’ in the Seven Years War. 52:29-31

   Savory, Reginald. His Brittanic Majesty’s Army in Germany

     During the Seven Years War. 20:11

   see also MINDEN, BATTLE OF (1 Aug. 1759)

SEVENTEENTH CENTURY

   Wallhausen, Johann Jacob von. Kriegskunst zu Fuss & zu Pferdt.

     60:36-37 ; 61:36-37

SHAKOS

   [Bibliography]. 13:39

   1815 shakos. 4:3

   Infantry shako. 11:14-22 ; letters on 13:39

   White shakos. 2:3

SHARPING, ERIC

   Letter on Russo-Swedish war (18:35). 20:34 ; response 25:36

SHAUN (Mascot of Irish Guards)

   Photo. 10:15

SHAW, HENRY I.

   Tarawa: a Legend is Born. New York: Ballantine, 1969. 38:38

   Victory & Occupation. United States Marine Corps. 57:37-38

SHEA, THOMAS B.

   Letter on French & Indian wars. 29:40

   Some ovservations on the 1742 Cloathing Book. 42:32-33

SHEPHERD, I.

   Letter. 32:36

SHEPPARD, E.W. War. London: Studio Vista, 1967. 27:2

SHEPPARD, HAJI ABDUL MUBIN. Malayan Orders and Decorations. Kuala

   Lampur: National Museum. 24:23

SHIMEK, E. JOE

   Letter on Russian helmets. 8:38

SHIPWAY, GEORGE. Imperial Governor. London: Peter Davies, 1968.

   29:18

SHIRREFFS, WILLIAM

   Lace and embroidery patterns in the Prussian infantry 1814-

     1914. 69:2-7

   Lances and pennants in the Prussian army 1809-1914. 71:12-17

SHORT, GEORGE BURGES. Records and Badges of the British Army.

   London: Frederick Muller, 1970. 42:39

SHOULDER BELT PLATES

   British militia and volunteer shoulder belt plates, 1793-1815.

     75:10-13

SHOULDER STRAPS

   Imperial German shoulder straps. 24:10-11

   see also EPAULETTES

SHOVEL, CLOUDSLEY, Sir (1650-1707)

   ‘El Dorado’ off the Scillies. 22:4

SHREWESBURY, BATTLE OF (21 July 1403)

   Unusual war memorial. 5:23

SIBORNE, WILLIAM. The Waterloo Campiagn. (1894)

   Appendices from Siborne. 9:40-43

SIEGES

   Melegari, Vezio. The Great Military Sieges. 66:35-36

   Vauban, Sebastien Leprestre de. A Manual of Siegecraft and

     Fortification. 29:19

 

 

 

SIKH WAR, 1ST (1845-1846)

 

SIKH WAR, 1ST (1845-1846)

   Sources for the 1st Sikh War and the Career of Sir Harry Smith.

     I. 68:24-26 ; II. 69:28-29

   see also SOBRAON, BATTLE OF (10 Feb. 1846)

SIKH WAR, 2ND (1848-1849)

   British campaign medals, the Army of the Punjab, 1848-1849.

     40:32-33

SIKH WARS

   Featherstone, Donald. All for a Shilling a Day. 19:31

   Featherstone, Donald. At Them With the Bayonet. 26:3 ; 26:35

SIMKIN, RICHARD

   Boy’s Own Paper Supplements. (Ogilby #126).

     Plate no. 13. Scottish regiments of the British Army.

       31:plate

   British Soldiers-Past and Present. London: Frederick Warne,

     1894. (Ogilby #839). Plates from

      [2] Types of the British Army 1750. 54:22-27,plate

      [4] Types of the British Army 1792. 54:22-27,plate

      [6] Types of the British Army 1807. 55:22-25,plate

      [8] Types of the British Army 1812-15. 55:22-25,plate

      [9] Types of the British Army 1826. 56:10,plate

      [11] Types of the British Army 1835. 56:10,plate

      [13] Types of the British Army 1854. 57:4,8,plate

      [15] Types of the British Army 1894. 57:4,8,plate

   British Yeomanry Uniforms. London: Frederick Muller, 1971.

     Critique of the book by Leslie Barlow & Robert J. Smith.

       60:39-40 ; 61:39-40

     Response to Barlow & Smith (60:39-40 ; 61:39-40) by Laurence

       Archer. 62:39

     Response to Archer (62:39) by Barlow & Smith. 62:39-40

     Response to Barlow & Smith (62:39-40) by Archer. 63:40

     Response to Archer (63:40) by Barlow. 66:40

     Letters on controversy by D.W. Quarmby (63:40) ; D.S.V.

       Fosten (63:40) ; J.R. Williams (64:40)

   Our Soldiers in Egypt. London: George Routledge & Son, 1882.

     (Ogilby #846)

     1st Life Guards on service in Egypt. 67:plate

   Rifle Brigade, 1886. 34:cover

   Simkin’s Our Army. London: Day & Son ..., 1890. (Ogilby #844)

     Section II, [7] Royal Horse Artillery. A. Battery in action.

       68:plate

   Types of the British Army. London: Geo. Berridge, 1888-1902.

     (Ogilby #850)

     # 71 Border Regt. 32:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Inf. # 1)

     # 73 Hampshire Regt. 32:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Inf. #3)

     # 77 Welsh Regt. 32:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Inf. #2)

     # 78 Black Watch. 34:plate

     # 79 Oxfordshire Regt. 32:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Inf. #7)

     # 81 Sherwood Foresters. 32:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Inf.

           #4)

     # 82 Loyal N. Lancashire Regt. 32:plate (Unifs. of the Br.

           Inf. #6)

     # 83 Northamptonshire Regt. 32:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Inf.

           #8)

 

 

 

 

SIMKIN, RICHARD (con’t.)

 

     # 84 Princess Charlotte of Wales’ Royal Berkshire Regt.

           32:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Inf. #5)

     #103 Princess Louise’s Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.

           34:plate

     #113 Middlesex Yeomanry cavalry. 17:21

     #114 Lothian & Berwickshire Yeomanry. 32:plate (Br. Y.

           Unifs. #1)

     #115 Prince of Wales’ Own Yorkshire Hussars. 32:plate (Br.

           Y. Unifs. #6)

     #121 Royal Berk’s Yeomanry Cavalry. 32:plate (Br. Y. Unifs.

           #2)

     #124 Duke of York’s Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars. 32:plate (Br.

           Y. Unifs. #8)

     #125 Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 40:27

     #130 Westmoreland & Cumberland Hussars. 32:plate (Br. Y.

           Unifs. #3)

#134 Lanarkshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 32:plate 32:plate (Br. Y.

     Unifs. #5)

     #135 Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry Cavalry. 32:plate

           (Br. Y. Unifs. #4)

     #136 Royal N. Devon Hussars. 34:plate

     #137 Royal E. Kent Mounted Rifles. 32:plate (Br. Y. Unifs.

           #7)

     #139 Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry. 34:plate

     #151 New South Wales. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Emp. #8)

     #152 Victoria. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Emp. #7)

     #154 Tasmania & New Zealand. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br.

           Emp. #6)

     #155 Canada. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Emp. #5)

     #158 Bengal Army. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Emp. #1)

     #159 Punjab Frontier Force. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Emp.

           #4)

     #160 Madras Army. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Emp. #2)

     #161 Bombay Army. 31:plate (Unifs. of the Br. Emp. #3)

     Reprint. London: Hunters Club Ltd. 62:38 ; 65:38 ; 68:36

SIMKINS, MICHAEL

   Imperial Roman legions. I. 41:10-15 ; II. 42:14-17 ; III.

     43:15-16 ; IV. 46:25-28

SIMMONS, T.G.

   the Ten regiments of marines 1739-1748. 74:21-24

SIMPSON, JAMES, Gen. (1781-1853)

   General Simpson’s despatch from Sebastopol. 28:32-33

SIMSON, IVAN. Singapore-Too Little Too Late. London: Leo Cooper,

   1970. 44:38

SINCLAIR-STEVENSON, CHRISTOPHER. Inglorious Rebellion. London:

   Hamish-Hamilton, 1971. 57:36

SINNETT, F.

   Les cantinieres francaises. Paris: 1860. (Colas #2749)

     Plates from. 58:plates

   La Garde imperiale. Paris: 1860. (Colas #2749)

     Plates from. 58:plates

SIXSMITH, E.K.G.

   British Generalship in the Twentieth Century. London: Arms &

     Armour Press, 1969. 44:37

   Eisenhower as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1973. 66:35

 

 

 

SKRINE, F.H.

 

SKRINE, F.H. Fontenoy. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1906. quoted from

   20:10

SLIM, WILLIAM, Gen. (1891-1970)

   Evans, Geoffrey. Slim as Military Commander. 32:31

Slingshot. Society of Ancients. 40:40

SLOAN, JOHN

   Letter on Janissaries. 56:39

Small Arms Profiles-Webley & Scott Auto Pistols. Windsor: Profile

   Publications. 58:36

Small Arms Profiles No. 8-Erma Submachine Guns. Windsor: Profile.

    62:37

SMART, HAROLD

   White bonnets over the border. I. 54:32-33 ; II. 55:30-33 ;

     letters on 56:39

SMITH, CHRLES HAMILTON

   Costume of the British Army. London: W. Bulmer, 1815. (Ogilby

      #870)

     Wrapper #4, [13] Hussars and infantry of the Duke of

       Brunswick Oel’s Corps. 55:13

     Wrapper #8, [29] Uniform of a maj. gen. of Light Dragoons.

       5:12

     Wrapper #12, [45] Royal Horse Artillery. 54:3

     Wrapper #12, [46] Royal Horse Artillery Mounted Rockett

       Corps. 54:5

     Wrapper #13, [5] the Java Hussars. 43:27

SMITH, HARRY, Sir (1787-1860)

   Sources for the 1st Sikh War and the career of Sir Harry Smith.

     I. 68:24-26 ; II.69:28-29

SMITH, ROBERT J.

   Letter with Leslie Barlow criticizing Simkin’s British Yeomanry

     Uniforms. 60:39-40 ; 61:39-40

   Response to critique (60:39-40 ; 61:39-40) by Laurence Archer.

     62:39

   Response to Archer (62:39). 62:39-40

   Response by Archer to (62:39-40). 63:40

   Response to Archer (63:40). 66:40

   Letters on controversy by others. 63:40 ; 64:40

SMITH, SAMUEL E. & Frank M. Sellers. American Percussion

   Revolvers. Ottawa: Museum Restoration Service, 1971. 60:37-38

SMITH, WESSON REVOLVERS

   Interesting guns-the early Smith & Wesson revolvers. 41:30-31

SMITH-DORRIEN, HORACE, Sir (1858-1930)

   Smithers, A.J. The Man Who Disobeyed. 52:39-40

SMITHERS, A.J. The Man Who Disobeyed. London: Leo Cooper, 1970.

   52:39-40

SNORRASON, TORSTEIN

   Assault on Stralsund, 1809. I. 52:22-25,36-37 ; II. 53:2-7 ;

     corrections to 54:40

   Battle of Boden 4 Dec. 1813. 64:14-16,20

   Danish general adjutant 1806. 57:14-15

   Danish Uniforms 1800-1815. Copenhagen: Christian Wurgler

     Hansen. 57:37

   Letter requesting information on Danish uniforms of the

     Napoleonic period. 54:40

   Light Dragoon Regiment of Jutland 1813-14. 56:33

 

 

 

SYNERS, PIETER

 

SYNERS, PIETER

   Thirty Years War battle scene. 71:21-23

SOBRAON, BATTLE OF (10 Feb. 1846)

   Sobraon, 10th Feb. 1846. 20:9-10

SOCIETIES

   Guild of Model Soldier Manufacturers. 23:35

   International Society of Military Collectors. 22:1

   Scottish Military Collectors’ Society. 19:37 ; 21:38-39 ; 30:40

SOEDRA STAEKET, BATTLE OF (1719)

   Diorama of. 54:40

SOMME, BATTLE OF (24 June-13 Nov. 1916)

   Farrar-Hockley, A.H. The Somme. 5:22-23

   Masefield, John. The Old Frontline. 63:35

   Middlebrook, Martin. First Day on the Somme. 58:36-37

   the Somme 50 years later. 18:5

SOULT, NICOLAS JEAN de, Marshal (1769-1851)

   [Illustration. 29:plate

SOUTH AFRICA

   South African museums. 6:23

   see also KAFFIR WAR, 8th (1850-1853)

            ZULU WAR (1879)

South African War Honours & Awards 1899-1902. London: Arms &

   Armour Press, 1971. 54:37

SPAIN

   -General

     Christiansen, E. The Origins of Military Power in Spain.

       1800-1854. 29:19

   -Medieval period

     Iron laughter in Andalus. I. 33:22-23 ; II. 34:15-16,28 ;

       III. 35:28-29,31-32 ; IV. 36:26-28

     Johnson, David. A Candle in Aragon. 39:39

   -1700-1792

     Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. Lancers for the King. 23:11

   -1792-1815

     Letter on Joseph Napoleon’s army. 66:40

     --Cavalry

       Spanish cavalry 1808-1814. 22:6-10

     --Infantry

       Spanish infantry uniforms 1812-14. 11:24-25

   -1815-1936

     Carlist cavalry during the 1st Carlist War 1833-40. 67:21-

       25,32

     Irregular cavalry, Spanish Carlist Wars, c. 1860. 72:plate

   -1936-1936

     Bueno, Jose Maria. Uniformes militaries de la querra civil

       espagnol. 64:38

     International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War. I. 66:5-10;

       II. 67:5-11 ; letters on 69:39, 70:40

SPANISH ARMADA (1588)

   War effort 1588. 17:3

SPANISH CIVIL WAR (1936-1939). see SPAIN, -1936-1939

SPARKMAN, DAVID L.

   Cavalry of the first Polish Eastern Corps in Russia, 1914-1918.

     44:21-23,27

 

 

 

 

SPIKED HELMETS

 

SPIKED HELMETS

   Grenadiers of the Guard of the Duchy of Parma, 1851. 48:2-3

   Imperial Russia, c. 1854. 4:2 ; letters on 8:38, 17:39

   Letter on Russian origins. 20:33

   Some imperial German headdresses. 23:28-29

SPOONER, WILLIAM

   The British Army. London: William Spooner, 1840-44. (Ogilby

     #885-“Spooner’s Oblong Series”)

     No. 1 Royal Artillery-Horse Brigade [Marching order].

           56:plate

     NO. 4 7th (the Queen’s Own) Hussars. Marching order.

           55:plate

     No. 15 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards. Review order. 55:plate

     No. 21 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). Heavy marching

           order. 53:plate

     No. 27 9th (the Queen’s Royal) Regt. of Light Dragoons

           (Lancers). Heavy marching order. 55:plate

     No. 34 Royal Artillery-Horse Brigade. Review order [Manning

           battery]. 53:plate

     No. 37 11th (or Prince Albert’s Own) Regt. of Hussars.

           Marching order. 55:plate

     No. 45 3rd (the King’s Own) Light Dragoons. Marching order.

           [in India]. 56:plate

   Officers of the British Army. London: William Spooner, 1833-36.

     (Ogilby #888)

     #33 78th Higlanders or Ross-shire Buffs. 74:cover

SPORRANS

   Letter on sporrans in the Peninsula. 23:35

SPURRIER, M.C.

   Letter on 1806 war game 2:31

   Letter on Swiss corps in Elba. 7:38

STACKE, H. FITZ M.

   Bavarian ‘Prince Philip Regiment’ of Carabiniers, 1704-1710.

     38:30-40

   Cavalry in Marlborough’s day. 37:6-14

   First hussars. 39:2-6,28

   Infantry shako. 11:14-22 ; letters on 13:39

STADDEN, CHARLES C.

   Coldstream Guards 1821 (a statuette by Stadden). 56:8-9

   Incident at Hougoumont, 18 June 1815. 37:cover,5

   Life Guards in 1750. 20:14-17,12

   Master modeller [about him]. 7:6

   Officer and trooper, 9th Lancers, 1820. 67:plate

   Officer, battalion company, 2nd Guards, 1815. 40:plate

   Officer, 11th Light Dragoons 1814. 58:plate

   Officer, 11th Prince Albert’s Own Hussars 1843. 58:plate

   Private, 43rd Light Infantry, 1810. 40:plate

   Sergeant-major, 4th Light Dragoons, 1822. 49:plate

   71st Highland Light Infantry, 1810. 42:12-13

   73rd (Lord MacLeod’s) Highlanders 1777. 48:12-13,plate

   35th Foot. 7:8-9 ; 8:9 ; 9:18

   35th Regt. of Foot 1764-1765. 40:6-7

   Trooper of the 4th Dragoons, c. 1751. 20:cover

   Trooper, Royal Scots Greys (field order) c. 1806. 40:cover

   Trumpeter, 4th Light Dragoons 1822. 49:plate

 

 

 

STADDEN, CHARLES C. (con’t.)

   Trumpeter, Life Guards 1750. 24:36

   Trumpeter, Scottish Gendarmes, c. 1724.a

   Uniforms of the Garde Francais 1745-50. 24:18-20

STADDEN FIGURINES. see NORMAN NEWTON LTD.

STAFF OFFICERS & AIDES-DE-CAMP

   Aide-de-camp du Prince de Ponte Corvo avec le fils de

      Bernadotte (1808). 40:plate

   Aide-de-camp, Marshal’s aide. 12:14-15

   Aide-de-camp of a marshal in undress. 3:19

   Aide-de-camp to a divisional general. 13:24 ; letter 20:33

   Aide-de-camp to Marshal Murat. 14:19

   Austro-Hungarian army 1900-1914. 42:20

   British aides de camp to the Sovereign, c. 1897. 41:24-26

   British staff uniforms 1897. I. 39:7-10 ; II. 40:14-19

   Capt., Italian general staff, 1864. 75:20,plate

   Danish general adjutant, c. 1806. 57:14-15

   Etat major de la Garde Nationale. 62:plate

   Letter on col. or lt. col. of general staff corps, Italy, 1886.

      61:40

   Regimental staff officers. 21:29

STANDING ORDERS

   False calves and curlers and a stiff upper lip. 13:20-21

   First standing orders of the 15th Light Dragoons. I. 10:2-3 ;

      II. 11:30-31,33 ; III. 12:30-31 ; IV. 13:30-31 ; V. 15:28-29

   Standing Orders & Regulations for the Army in Ireland. 41:36

Standing Orders & Regulations for the Army in Ireland. London:

   Frederick Muller, 1969. 41:36

STANHOPE, Maj.

   30 Jan. 1812. 27:2

STANSELL, F.

   Bands of the British Army. London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1914.

      (Ogilby #352). Plates from.

      Plates I-VI. 33:plates ; Plates VII-VIII. 34:plate ; Plates

        IX-X. 35:plate ; Plates XI-XII. 36:plate

STEARNS, PHILIP O.

   Waterloo convention. 10:33

STEELE, W.N. (trumpeter, 21st Lancers)

   21st Lancers and the Dervish army at Omdurman in 1898. I. 35:7-

      13 ; II. 36:6-11

STEIN, GEORGE H. The Waffen SS 1939-1945. Oxford University

   Press. 29:19

STERN GANG

   the Stern Gang. 21:3

STEVENS, MATTHEW (Quartermaster, 29th Foot)

   Unusual record. 10:15

STEVENS CO.

   Cope, Kenneth L. Stevens Pistols and Pocket Rifles. 61:34

STEVENSON, I.V.

   Letter on Bersaglieri. 37:40

STEWART, CHARLES H.

   Mounted pipe band of the 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (CEF).

      72:21

   Overseas: the Lineage and Insignia of the Canadian

      Expeditionary Force 1914-19. Toronto, 1970. 60:37

 

 

 

 

STEWART, ROBERT MACGREGOR, Col.

 

STEWART, ROBERT MACGREGOR, Col.

   Photo. 41:24

STOCKHOLM, SIEGE OF (1719)

   Defence of Stockholm, 1719. 51:6-7 ; letter on 54:40

STONE, GEORGE CAMERON. A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration

   and Use of Arms & Armour in All Countries and in All Times. New

   York: Jack Brussel, 1961. 18:22

STONESYPHER, JOHN R.

   Letter on Tradition. 6:30

STRALSUND, SIEGE OF (1809)

   Assault on Stralsund, 1809. I. 52:22-25,36-37 ; II. 53:2-7 ;

      corrections to 54:40

   Death of Maj. von Schills during the bitter street fighting in

      Stralsund, 31 May 1809. 47:plate [Knotel, Richard from

   Rochling, C. Die Konigin Luise]

STRATEGY

   Gunners notice. 26:3

STRAWSON, JOHN

   The Battle for North Africa. London: Batsford, 1969. 37:33

   The Battle for the Ardennes. London: Batsford, 1972. 64:36

   Hitler as Military Commander. London: Batsford, 1971. 55:36,38

STRICKLAND, C.A.

   His Majesty’s Sicilian Regt. of Light Infantry. I. 56:22-24 ;

      II. 59:32-34

STUTESMAN, JOHN H.

   Letter on the Spanish Civil War. 69:39

SUDAN CAMPAIGN (1882-85)

   British campaign medals-the Egypt medal. Pt. II. the Sudan

      1884-1889. 46:21,35

   British troops in the Sudan, 1882-5. 25:13-14

   Bugles in Kordofan. I. 48:6-8,11,13,27-28 ; II. 49:12-14,29,34-

      35 ; III. 51:8-10,15,19,32 ; IV. 52:8-10,21,27-28,31 ; V.

      53:8-10,27-28

   Col. Percy H.S. Barrow, the 19th Hussars in the Sudan. 33:12-14

   Gen. Gordon in the Sudan. 27:10-13

   Johnson, David. Gordon & Khartoum. 59:39

   Letter on Charles Beresford & the Sudan. 30:39-40

   Wingate, F.R. Mahidism and the Egyptian Sudan. 25:20

SUDAN CAMPAIGN (1898)

   British field service uniforms-Sudan 1898. 19:26-28,30

   see also OMDURMAN, BATTLE OF (2 Sept. 1898)

SULEIMAN THE MAGNIFICENT (1494-1566)

   Letter on. 56:39

SUMMERS, J.L.

   Canadian Corps of Guides. 38:28-29

SUREN, EDWARD

   Pirate figures. 15:35

   Willie figures. 67:36

SURTEES, WILLIAM. 25 Years in the Rifle Brigade. London:

   Frederick Muller, 1973. 67:33-34

SUTHERLAND, DOUGLAS

   The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. London: Leo Cooper, 1969.

      38:39

   Tried & Valiant. London: Leo Cooper, 1972. 63:36-37

 

 

 

 

SUTHERLAND, STUART

 

SUTHERLAND, STUART

   Letter on French cavalry, 1870/71. 69:39

SUTTNER, GUSTAV. Reiterstudien. Graz: Akademische Druck und

   Verlagsanstalt, 1968. 30:24

SUTTON, JOHN

   Civil War battle recreated. 13:10-11

SWANN, C.W.L.

   Letter on Tradition. 5:31

   Note on Hardy’s “the Trumpet Major.” 7:3

SWEDDON, H.

   Response to letter on merit badges (1:26). 2:30

SWEDEN

   -General

      --Artillery

        Notes on the Swedish artillery 1700-1800. 63:28-29

   -to 1792

      Defense of Stockholm, 1719. 51:6-7 ; letter on 54:40

      Diorama of battle of Soedra Staeket. 54:40

      --Cavalry. Hussars

        First Swedish hussars. 63:30-32

   -1792-1815

      Russo-Swedish war. 17:6-7,30-31,40 ; 18:34-35 ; letters

        on 20:34, 25:36 ; 19:18-19,31 ; 20:6-7 ; 21:27-28

      Uniforms & organization of the Royal Swedish infantry,

        artillery, and navy of the Napoleonic period, 1806-1814.

        I. 59:14-17 ; II. Infantry, artillery, rank designations,

        ski troops, regimental flags. 60:6-10,32 ; III. Navy.

        61:28-29 ; letter on 67:39-40

      Uniforms of the Swedish army & navy 1814. 75:29-30

   -1815-1918

      Swedish army: organization, potential and uniforms during

        the latter part of the 19th century. 70:9-12

      --Generals and staff officers

        Norway, Sweden, general officers 1894-1918. 20:24-27

      --Infantry

        Swedish infantry uniform of 1910. 75:15

SWEET-ESCOTT, BICKHAM. Baker Street Irregular. London: Methuen &

   Co., 1965. 24:23

SWEETMAN, JOHN. Saratoga 1777. London: Charles Knight, 1971.

   (Knight’s Battles for Wargamers). 57:38

SWENSON, G.W.P. Pictorial History of the Rifle. Shepperton: Ian

   Allan, 1971. 55:38

SWIFT, W.

   Letter on Anglo-Corsican Regt. & Chasseurs Brittaniques. 1:26 ;

      reply 5:29

SWITZERLAND

   -In foreign service

      Batallion Valaison 1805-1811. 2:6

      DeCastella de Delley, Rudolphe. 2eme Regt. Suisse, 1806-

        1814. 23:34

      French Royal Guard, 1829-1830, 8th Inf. Regt. (2nd Swiss).

        39:21-22

      Garde Royale, 7th Infantry Regt. (1st Swiss) 1830. 55:14-15

      Swiss battery of artillery in the Papal service. 68:21-23

      Swiss guards of Louis XVI. 13:5

 

 

 

SWITZERLAND (con’t.)

 

      Swiss infantry regiments, Garde Royale, 1816-1817. 54:10-11

      Swiss troops in Elba. 3:3 ; 5:29 ; 7:38

      3ieme Regt. Suisse-sapeur. 39:plate

      Valaison battalion, corporal of grenadiers and a fusilier 1806-

        1811. 40:20 ; letter on 46:40

      Voltigeur, 2nd Swiss Regt. in the service of France 1808. 49:15

   -Swiss army

      Kurz, Hans Rudolf. Das Schweizer Heer. 57:35

      Schneider, Hugo. Vom Brustharnisch zum Waffenrock. 35:34

SWORD AND BAYONET KNOTS

   German side arms tassels, 1939. 31:20-21

SWORDER, J.C.

   Not solely to attend cavalry. 17:8-13,37 ; letter on 19:37

SWORDS

   Angolia, John R. Swords of Hitler’s 3rd Reich. 38:38 ; 39:38

   Annis, P.G.W. Naval Swords. 46:38

   Aries, Christian & M. Petard. Armes blanches militaries

      francaises. 27:3 ; v. 7 & 8. 30:24 ; 44:37 ; Pt. 11 & 12.

      51:37 ; Pt. 13 & 14. 55:34 ; Pt. 15. 56:34-35 ; Pt. 16.

      61:34-35 ; Pt. 17. 62:34-35 ; Pt. 18. 64:36-37 ; Pt. 19.

      66:36-37 ; Pt. 20. 70:36-37

   Henderson, James. Sword Collecting for Amateurs. 36:36 ; 60:35

   Letter on Italian Napoleonic sword. 59:40

   Maier, Gerd. Suddeutsche Blankwaffen. Teil I. 35:34 ; Teil II.

      38:38

   Neumann, George C. Swords & Blades of the American Revolution.

      72:38-39

   Norman, A.V.B. Small Swords and Military Swords. 23:34

   Rawson, P.S. The Indian Sword. 29:18

   Seitz, Herbert. Blank-Waffen. 21:4 ; II. 24:23

   Swords presented to Garibaldi and his son Menotti at the

      Crystal Palace. 75:33

   Wagner, Eduard. Cut & Thrust Weapons. 30:24

   Wallace, John. Scottish Swords & Dirks. 51:37

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Swords and Daggers. 24:38

   Wilkinson-Latham, John. British Cut & Thrust Weapons. 61:33 ;

      74:31

   Wilkinson-Latham, R.J. British Military Swords from 1800 to

      the Present Day. 20:20

SYLVESTER, JOHN HENRY. Cavalry Surgeon. London: Macmillan, 1971.

   73:31

SYMONDS, A.G.C.

   Letter on soldiers’ songs. 27:36

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T

 

TACTICS

   Cavalry charge of Marshal Murat at Eylau. 36:21-23,31

   Cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo. 34:30-34, letter on

      41:40 ; 35:14-16

   General de Brack. 6:23 ; 8:31 ; 18:7

   General de Brack explains how to charge guns. 19:5

   General de Brack on battle tactics. 18:7

   General de Brack on charges. 12:6 ; 13:7 ; 16:10

   General de Brack on patrols. 10:5 ; 11:38-39

   Guns of Senarmont. 41:28-29 ; letter on 44:40

   Guns of Senarmont in Spain. 46:34-35

   Hints from General de Brack. 7:5

   Letters on Napoleonic war games. 20:34-35 ; 21:38

   MacDonald and Lauriston at the battle of Wagram. 40:36-39 ;

      correction 44:40

   33rd East Prussian Fusiliers in the war of 1870-71. 14:22-25 ;

      15:12-15

   Weller, Jack. Weapons & Tactics-Hastings to Berlin. 14:9,37

Tambour Productions. 60:38

TAMPLIN, J.M.A. & P.E. Abbott. British Gallantry Awards. London:

   Guiness Superlatives, 1971. 56:38

TANGANELLI, F.

   the Bersaglieri. 33:32-33 ; letter on 37:40

TANGIER, SIEGE OF (1684)

   Short tempers. 44:32

TANKS. see ARMORED VEHICLES

TARLETON, BANASTRE, Lt. Col. (1754-1833)

   Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton. 4:12

TAYLERSON, A.W.F.

   The Revolver, 1865-1888. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1968. 23:34

   The Revolver, 1889-1914. London: Barrie & Jenkins. 51:37

TAYLOR, H.P. & R. James Bender. Uniforms, Organization and

   History of the Waffen SS. Mountainview, Calif.: R. James

   Bender. v. 1. 40:40 ; v. 2. 65:37 ; v. 3. 69:35

TAYLOR, STANLEY

   2nd Regt., Silesian Grenadiers. 74:34,36

TEL-EL-KEBIR, BATTLE OF (13 Sept. 1882)

   Naval Brigade at Tel-El-Kebir, 1882. 21:17-19

TENNANT, R.J.

   Letter on British flags at Waterloo. 19:37

   Letter on Royal Engineers at San Sebastien. 66:39 ; reply 66:40

   Royal Sappers & Miners. 64:2-5,20

TERLINDEN, CHARLES. Les Souvenirs historiques de Joseph Walter.

   Brussels: Musee Royal de l’Armee et d’Histoire Militaire, 1972.

   71:38

TERMINOLOGY

   Glossary of Indian cavalry terms. 50:17-20

   Gordon, Lawrence L. Military Origins. 54:37

TEXAS (Republic: 1836-1845)

   Hefter, J. The Army of the Republic of Texas. 63:37

THIERBACH, M. Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der Handfeuerwaffen.

   Graz: Akademische Druck und Verlagsanstalt, 1965. 21:4

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIRTY YEARS WAR (1618-1648)

 

THIRTY YEARS WAR (1618-1648)

   Thirty Years War battle scene by Pieter Snyers. 71:21-23

   see also BERGEN-OP-ZOOM, SIEGE OF (1622)

THISTLEWOOD, ATHUR (1772-1820)

   Guards and Arthur Thistlewood. I. 72:30-32 ; II. 74:5-7

THOMPSON, F. GLENN & John M. Hudson. Datasheets. Dublin: Hudson.

   33:30 ; 35:35 ; 49:36-37

THOMPSON, HENRY YATES. An Englishman in the American Civil War.

   London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1971. 59:35

THOMPSON, R.H.

   Letter on “Italian ‘Dragoni Napoleone’ Regt.” (34:17,29). 37:40

THOMSON, J.

   Royal Navy shore landing rig, 1896. 70:35

THORBURN, W.A.

   French Army Regiments & Uniforms from the Revolution to 1870.

      London: Arms & Armour Press, 1969. 35:34

   Letter. 7:38

   Letter on French cuirassier helmets (18:31). 24:40

   Letter on Sgt. Ewart. 19:37

   Mysterious uniform of Gen. Le Marchant. 7:15,33

THOROLD, BERNARD

   Edgehill 1642. 25:8-9,20

THOUMINE, R.N. Scientific Soldier. Oxford University Press, 1968.

   27:30

TICHBAND, ROBERT FREDERICK WILLIAM

   Inspection report. 1:8,22

   [Obituary]. 15:1

TOECHE-MITTLER, JOACHIM. Armeemarsche. Necklargemund: Kurt

   Mowinkel, 1966. 27:3 ; Teil II. 60:34

TOMKINSON, WILLIAM. Diary of a Cavalry Officer. London: Frederick

   Muller, 1971. 59:35

TOPPEL, DONALD R. The Gatlin Gun. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1965.

   23:34

TOULON, SIEGE OF (1793)

   Monsieur Nicolas. 72:16

TOUSSAINT L’OUVERTURE (1743-1803)

   St. Domingo 1802. 5:3

TOWER OF LONDON. (London, England)

   Tower of London. 32:31

Tower of London. London: Jackdaw Publications. 32:31

TOY SOLDIERS. see MODEL SOLDIERS

TOYNBEE, MARGARET

   Cropredy Brigade 1644. with Peter Young. Kineton: Roundwood

      Press, 1970. 47:36

   King Charles I. London: Morgan-Grampian, 1968. 31:30

Tradition

   British military history & international military history in T.

      5:1

   Citation of sources in T articles. 4:31 ; 6:30

   Colour plates in T. 10:1 ; 23:1

   Correspondence bureau. 5:1

   Lack of interest shown by T in 18th century subjects. 34:40 ;

      38:40

   Opening editorial statement. 1:3

   Photo competition. 5:1 ; 8:11

 

 

 

Tradition (con’t.)

 

   Reader service. 2:30

   Scope of T. 7:1,3

   Success of first issue. 2:1

   Valedictory [T and David Johnson]. 20:1

   Waterloo number. 9:1

Tradition, Belmont-Maitland Plates

   Letter on. 12:40

   List of. 11:33 ; 12:39

   #25/26 First French Empire-1st Hussars, hussar officers

              1800-15. 15:plate

   #27 Bengal cavalry. 16:plate

   #28 Madras infantry. 16:plate

   #29 French hussars, 1st Empire. 17:plate

   #30 Royal Marines, drum major 1828. 18:plate

   #31 Royal Marines, master of the band 1828. 18:plate

   #32 British infantry 1758. 19:plate

   #33 French infantry 1758. 19:plate

   #34 British infantry 1751. 20:plate

   #35 1st Regt. of Horse 1751, kettledrummer. 20:plate

   #36 Cuirassier, 5th Regt. of Cuirassiers, c. 1812. 21:plate

   #37 Trumpeter, 4th Regt. of Cuirassiers, c. 1812. 21:plate

   #38 Prussia-Hussar, Hussar Regt. von Zieten, c. 1905. 22:plate

   #39 Prussia-Rittmeister, 2nd Rhenish Hussar Regt., c. 1905.

      22:plate

   #40 Regt. Prinz von Preussen zu Fuss (No. 18) c. 1750.

      Musketeers. 22:plate

   #41 Regt. Prinz von Preussen zu Fuss (No. 18) c. 1750.

      Officer and non-commissioned officer. 22:plate

   #42 America-U.S. pre 1779 infantry and cavalry. 23:plate

   #43 America-U.S. pre 1779 infantry and cavalry. 23:plate

   #44 Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer Life Guard Hussars. 23:plate

   #45 Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer Hussar Regt. No. 4. 23:plate

   #46/47 Army of Napoleon I, 33rd Line Inf. 1806-07. 26:plate

   #48/49 Army of Napoleon I, 33rd Line Inf. 1806-07. 26:plate

   #50/51 France 1755-60. Regular troops in Canada. 24:plate

   #52 Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer, Hussar Regt. No. 17.

      25:plate

   #53 Prussia 1900-14. Kettledrummer, Hussar Regt. No. 16.

      25:plate

   #52/53 Army of Napoleon I. 9th Line Inf. 1809. 27:plate

   #54/55 Russia 1812-15. Line Inf. & Jager Regts. 25:plate

   #56/57 Austro-Hungarian infantry 1809-15. 26:plate

   #58 Crimean War 1854-56. the Light Brigade campaign dress.

      28:plate

   #58 Prussian cavalry 1809. Offizier vom 1sten Leib-husaren

      Regt. 30:plate [Wolf, L. & F. Jugel. Abbildung der neuen

      konigl. Preuss. Armee Uniformen]

   #59 Crimean War 1854-56. Russian army, British army. 28:plate

   #59 Prussian cavalry 1813. Freiwilliger von Lutzow Freikorps zu

      Pferde. 30:plate [Wolf, L. & F. Jugel. Abbildung der

      neuen konigl. Preuss. Armee Uniformen]

   #60/61 Crimean War 1854-56. British army. 28:plate

TRAEGER, HUBERT

   Letter on “Uniforms of the Prussian Army 1771” (39:23-27). 46:40

 

 

 

 

TRAFALGAR, BATTLE OF (21 Oct. 1805)

 

TRAFALGAR, BATTLE OF (21 Oct. 1805)

   Last survivors of Trafalgar. 17:4

TRANSPORT

   Ellis, C. & D. Bishop. Military Transport of World War I. 49:38

   Ellis, C. & D. Bishop. Military Transport of World War II.

      61:39

   Layriz, Otfried. Mechanical Traction in War. 70:36

   Transport in the Peninsular War. 25:2

   Transportation of casualties in the Crimea. 30:28-32

   see also RAILROADS

TRANTER REVOLVERS

   Interesting guns-Tranter revolvers. I. 39:30-31 ; II. 40:30-31

Treason? at Michilimackinac. Mackinac Island State Park

   Commission. 66:36

TREVELYAN, RALEIGH. The Fortress. London: Leo Cooper, 1972. 62:36

TROOPING THE COLOR

   Letters on. 17:39 ; 19:37

TRUMPETERS

   1st Life Guards trumpeter, 1828. 67:plate [Hull, Edward.

      Costume of the British Army ...]

   French infantry in the Peninsula, voltigeur hornist 1809. 15:31

   NCO & trumpeter, c. 1835. 41:plate [Federov & Bielousov]

   Some Napoleonic cavalry trumpeters. 21:14-16

   Trompette du 9e Hussards, companies ordinaries (1806-1812).

      40:plate [JOB]

   Trumpeter, dogra, 1910, 10th Lancers. 51:plate

   Trumpeter, 4th Light Dragoons, 1822. 49:plate

   Trumpeter, 4th Regt. of Cuirassiers, c. 1812. 21:plate

   Trumpeter, Guard Lancer Regt. c. 1835. 41:plate [Federov &

      Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

   Trumpeter, Life Guards, 1750. 24:36

   Trumpeter, Reggimento ‘Dragoni Napoleone’ Italian army in

      Spain, 1809. 54:cover

   Trumpeter, Scottish gendarmes, c. 1724. 24:8

   Trumpeter, 3rd Regt. of Dragoons (La Garonne) 1818. 51:14

   Trumpeters, Regiment Garde du Corps. 16:cover

   Trumpeters, Regt. of Horse Guards, Russian army 1835. 36:plate

      [Federov & Bielousov. Collection des uniformes ...]

   United States of America 1890. 13:36-38 ; letter on 15:35

TUCKER, NORMAN

   15th Hussars in the Peninsular War. 49:30-32

   the Sea cavalier. I. 32:12-13,32 ; II. 33:9-10

TURKEY. see OTTOMAN EMPIRE

TURNER, D.

   Letter on painting model horses. 1:26

TUSCANY

   -to 1792

      --Infantry. Reggimento di Toscani

        ‘Reggimento di Toscani’ in the Seven Years War. 52:29-31

   -1815-1860

      --Cavalry. Dragoons

        2nd Lt., standard bearer, Dragoon Regt., 1849. 61:30,plate

TYLDEN, G. Horses and Saddlery of the British Army. London: J.A.

   Allen, 1966. 14:9

 

 

 

 

U

 

UHLEMANN, HEINZ R. Kostbare Blankwaffen aus dem deutschen

   Klingenmuseum Solingen. Dusseldorf: Rheinland Verlag. 35:34

UNICORNS (ARTILLERY PIECE)

   Letters on Russian unicorn. 17:39 ; 20:33 ; 24:40 ; 74:40

UNIFORM REGULATIONS

   Dress Regulations, 1846. 57:35

   Dress regulations for Indian cavalry 1913. 73:26-29

   Dress Regulations for the Army, 1900. 39:38

   Jany, C. & H. Bleckwenn. Die Dessauer Spezifikation von 1729.

      55:38-39

   2nd Bengal Lancers 1901. I. 5:8-11 ; II. 6:6-7 ; III. 7:10-11 ;

      IV. 8:2-4 ; V. 10:10-11 ; VI. 11:28 ; VII. 12:28

   Some observations on the 1742 Cloathing Book. 42:32-33

   Who wore what when. I. 3:24-25 ; II. 4:3 ; III. 5:14 ; IV. 6:4-

      5 ; V. 8:33 ; 10:30-31

Uniformation Prints. London: Bivouac Books. 63:37 ; 66:36 ;

   68:37 ; 70:39

Les Uniformes du Premier Empire. (Plate series).

   Articles on. 49:26-28 ; II. 51:26-27,31 ; letters on 55:40,

      66:40

   Plates from. 47:plates ; 48:plates ; 49:plates ; 51:plates

UNIFORMS

   Funcken, Fred & Lilaine. Arms & Uniforms. 67:33

   Funcken, Fred & Lilaine. Le Costume et les armes des soldats de

      tous les temps. v. 1. 23:11

   Historische Uniformen. 23:36

   Kannick, P. Military Uniforms of the World in Colour. 27:3

   Martin, Paul. Waffen und Rustungen von Karl dem Grossen bis zum

      Ludwig XIV. 27:3

   Mollo, John. Military Fashion. 63:32

   Nicholson, J.B.R. Military Uniforms. 70:36

   Le Plumet. 70:39

   Uniformation. 63:37 ; 66:36 ; 68:37 ; 70:39

   see also individual countries

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS

   -to 1917. see RUSSIA

   -1941-1945

      Red Army Uniforms and Insignia 1944. 29:18

UNITED STATES

   -General

      Crow, Duncan. U.S. Armor-Cavalry. 68:35

      Cunliffe, Marcus. Soldiers & Civilians: the Martial Spirit

        in America 1775-1865. 37:33

      Iroquois-the tigers of America. I. 39:11-14,33 ; II. 40:21-

        23,33

      Men who fought the Plains Indians. I. 76:7-13

      Newport Artillery Co., Newport, R.I. 15:17

      Peterson, Harold L. Round Shot & Rammers. 36:38-39

      Rankin, Robert H. Small Arms of the Sea Services. 64:35

      Rossi, Paul A. Art of the Old West From the Collection of

        the Gilcrease Institute. 68:33

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNITED STATES, -General (con’t.)

 

      Sawyer, C.W. U.S. Single Shot Martial Pistols 1776-1945.

        62:33

      Sellers, Frank M. & Samuel E. Smith. American Percussion

        Revolvers. 60:37-38

      United States Military Magazine. 60:34

      Weigley, Russell F. History of the U.S. Army. 26:33

      --Infantry. 4th Regt.

        Letter on. 15:35

      --Rhode Island. Artillery. Newport Artillery Co.

        Newport Artillery Co., Newport, R.I. 15:17

   -to 1775

      Militia and provincial troops in America 1745-63. 19:17

      New England outpost. 19:13-16 ; 20:2-4 ; 21:5-7

      Rogers’ Rangers. 23:cover,22-25

   -1775-1783

      America, U.S. pre 1779 infantry and artillery. 23:plates

      Berg, Fred Anderson. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units.

        63:35

      Klinger, Robert Lee. Sketchbook ’76. 22:36

      Lefferts, Charles M. Uniforms of the American, British,

        French, and German Armies in the War of the American

        Revolution. 62:32

      Peterson, Harold L. The Book of the Continental Soldier.

         27:3

      Stars and stripes 1777. 16:10

      --Engineers

        Corps of Sappers and Miners, Continental Army, 1780. 69:33

      --Infantry. Corps of Light Infantry

        Corps of Light Infantry. 39:36

      --Marines

        American marines during the Revolution. 54:40

      --Maryland. Infantry. 1st Regt. (1777)

        1st Maryland Regt., Continental Army, South Carolina 1780.

          49:25

      --New York. Infantry. 1st Regt. (1777)

        1st New York Regt., 1782. 35:21

   -1783-1815

      American regimental colours in Chelsea Hospital. 54:13-15

      Letter on War of 1812. 13:39

      Letter on War of 1812 and “85th Bucks Volunteers” (24:24-

        27). 26:36

      --Infantry

        United States infantry 1812. 2:24

        United States infantry 1814. 35:18-20

        United States infantry 1815. 2:3

   -1815-1861

      Mexico and the War of 1846. I. 61:18-20 ; II. 62:18-20,38

   -1861-1865

      Incident from the battle of Atlanta. 3:12

      Union army, 1861. I. Generalities. 63:12-15 ; II. Artillery.

        64:21-28, letters on photo (64:21). 68:39, 71:40 ; III.

        Cavalry. 65:12-17 ; IV. Infantry. 66:14-20, letter on

        photo (66:14). 69:39-40

      --Army of the Potomac. Infantry. Iron Brigade

        Selby, John. The Iron Brigade. 59:39

 

 

 

UNITED STATES, -1861-1865 (con’t.)

 

      --Massachusetts. Infantry. 54th Regt.

        54th Massachusetts Volunteers of African Descent.

          72:5-7

      --New York. National Guard. 7th Regt.

        Regiment that saved Washington, the 7th NYNG in 1861.

          38:12-14,29

      --Ohio. Artillery. 14th Volunteer Light Artillery

        Old battery. 55:2-5

   -1865-1917

      Helmets and headgear of the U.S. Army 1872-1902. I. 56:16-

        19 ; II. 57:16-20 ; III. 58:7-13,27

      United States of America, 1890. 13:36-38 ; letter on 15:35

      --Cavalry. 6th Regt.

        Bengal Lancers & Yankee horse soldiers. 54:12,35

      --Infantry. 14th Regt.

        the Right of the Line. 76:33

   -1941-1945

      Glines, Carroll V. Doolittle’s Tokyo Raiders. 21:3

      MacDonald, Charles B. The Mighty Endeavor-American Armed

        Forces in the European Theater in World War II. 43:39

      Sixsmith, E.K.G. Eisenhower as Military Commander. 66:35

   -Marine Corps

      Frank, Benis M. & Henry I. Shaw. Victory & Occupation.

        57:37-38

   -1945-

      Last of the blue. 12:5

      --Infantry. 1st Regt.

        First U.S. Infantry. 21:4

      --Military Academy

        Like father, like son. 22:4

United States Military Magazine. York, Pa.: American History

   Publications. v. 2. 60:34

United States Cartridge Co. Collection of Firearms. Old

   Greenwich, Conn.: WE Inc. 62:32-33

UNOTT, THOMAS, Lt. Col.

   Letter after battle of the Alma. 28:9-10

UNSTEAD, R.J. Castles. London: A & C Black, 1970. 44:37

URUGUAY

   Uruguay, general officers, 1835-1928. 35:22-25

UXKILL, BORIS. Baron. Arms and the Woman: the Diaries of Baron

   Boris Uxkill, 1812-1819. London: Secker & Warburg, 1966. 21:3

 

 

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VATIKIOTIS, P.I. Politics and the Military in Jordan. London:

   Frank Cass, 1967. 24:38

VAUBAN, SEBASTIAN LEPRESTRE DE. A Manual of Siegecraft and

   Fortification. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1968. 29:19

VEHICLES. see TRANSPORT

VERDUN, BATTLE OF (1916)

   Marshal Petain. 18:7

VERLAG WILHELM C. RUBSAMEN

   Three magnificent military calendars from Verlag W. C. R. 23:34

 

 

 

VERNET, CHARLES

 

VERNET, CHARLES

   Collection de costumes. Paris: Bance, 1814-24. (Ogilby #933).

      IV, 6 Driver, Royal Horse Artillery, 1816. 17:12

   Officer of the 3rd French Hussars. 18:37

VERNIER, CHARLES

   Costumes de l’armee francaise depuis Louis XIV jusqu’a ce jour.

      Paris: Aubert, 1846-50. (Colas #2995, Lipperheide #2318).

      1. Carabiniers. 63:plate

      2. Cuirassiers. 63:plate

      3. Infanterie de ligne, grenadiers. 64:plate

      4. Artillerie a Pied. 51:3 ; 63:plate

      5. Artillerie legere. 51:5 ; 63:plate

      6. Dragons. 64:plate

      7. Lanciers. 64:plate

      8. Hussards. 64:plate

      9. Chasseurs a cheval. 66:plate

     10. Corps speciaux. 66:plate

     11. Grenadiers a cheval. 66:plate

     12. Gendarmes. 66:plate

     13. Infanterie legere. 68:plate

     14. Genie. 68:plate

     15. Corps speciaux de la ville de Paris. Cavalerie. 68:plate

     16. Corps speciaux de la ville de Paris. Infanterie. 68:plate

     17. Ecole militaire. 69:plate

     18. Ecole polytechnique d’Etat major et de cavalerie. 69:plate

     19. Armee de l’Orient et Armee d’Afrique. 69:plate

     20. Infanterie de ligne. Chasseurs et voltiguers. 69:plate

     21. Marines. 70:plate

     22. Sapeurs. 70:plate

      Notes on plates. 63:19-20 ; 64:33-34 ; 66:12-13,28

VERRIER, ANTHONY. The Bomber Offensive. London: Batsford, 1968.

   27:34

VETERANS

   Cromwell’s army. 21:2

   Doolittle’s Tokyo raiders. 21:3

   Last survivors of Trafalgar. 17:4

   Old Contemptibles. 15:6

   Old soldier. 20:10-11

   Oldest Chelsea pensioner. 11:37

   Plain blunt man. 20:11

   Sergeant major James Wightman. 17:4-5

   Splendid veteran. 25:3

   Veterans of the Foreign Legion. 11:37

   Waterloo men. 22:3

   Waterloo veteran. 24:2

VETERINARY SERVICES. see MEDICAL AND VETERINARY SERVICES

VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM (London, England)

   Military miniatures in the Victoria and Albert Museum. 62:21-23

VICTORIA CROSS

   Captain Channer, winner of the first Victoria Cross in Malaya.

      58:28-30

   Captain Harry Cator, VC, MM. 18:7

   Captain John Crowe, VC. 11:36

   Corporal David Hunter, VC. 12:5

   Five VC’s. 16:10-11

 

 

 

VICTORIA CROSS (con’t.)

 

   Gurkhas-Victoria Crosses and George Crosses of those who served

      in Gurkha regiments. 47:26-27

   Ivor Rees, VC. 24:3

   Lance Corporal Rambahadur Limbu, VC. 15:24-25 ; 19:3

   Major Alfred Herring, VC. 19:5

   Private Griffiths, VC. 4:11

   Record VC. 22:3

   Some notes pertaining to the Victoria Cross. 63:10-11

   Three VCs. 22:2

   Vietnam VC. 27:2

VIETMAYER, FRED H.

   Guns of Senarmont in Spain. 46:34-35

   Letter on Portuguese infantry of the Napoleonic period. 65:40

   Letter on Prussian line grenadiers. 69:40

   Letter on Russian unicorn. 17:39

VIETNAM WAR (1961-1975)

   Vietnam VC. 27:2

VILLENEUVETTE (France)

   All quiet on the Johnson front. 5:28-29

VIMIERO, BATTLE OF (21 Aug. 1808)

   Peninsular uniforms, note 4. 1:19

VOLUNTEERS. see GREAT BRITAIN, --Volunteers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

W

 

WAGNER, EDUARD. Cut and Thrust Weapons. London: Spring Books,

   1967.30:24

WAGRAM, BATTLE OF (5-6 July 1809)

   MacDonald and Lauriston at the battle of Wagram. 40:36-39 ;

      correction. 44:40

WAHL, PAUL. The Gatlin Gun. London: Herbert Jenkins. 23:34

WALKER, C.G.

   Letter on Union army corps badges & 110th Pa. Vol. 69:39-40

   Letter on Union army photo (64:21). 68:39 ; 71:40

WALKER, WALTER, Gen. (1912-    )

   Pocock, Tom. Fighting General. 71:38-39

WALLACE, JOHN. Scottish Swords & Dirks. London: Arms & Armour,

   1970. 51:37

WALLHAUSEN, JOHANN JACOB

   Kriegskunst zu Fuss and zu Pferdt. Graz: Akademische Druck und

      Verlagsanstalt, 1971. 60:36-37 ; 61:36-37

   Ritterkunst. Graz: Akademische Druck und Verlagsanstalt, 1969.

      33:30

WALTER, JOSEPH

   Terlinden, Charles. Les Souvenirs historiques de Joseph Walter.

      71:38

WALTON, P.S.

   Letter criticizing lack of source citations in T articles.

      6:30; reply 8:38

WALVIS BAY

   Letter on. 49:39

WAR

   The Ancient Art of Warfare. 33:30

   Bidwell, Shelford. Modern Warfare. 70:38

   Deighton, Lea. Declarations of War. 59:38

   Macksey, Kenneth. The Guiness History of Land Warfare. 75:39

   Saxtorph, Niels M. Warriors & Weapons of Early Times. 64:38

   War & Society: Historical Essays in Honour and Memory of J.R.

      Western 1928-1971. 74:31

War & Society: Historical Essays in Honour and Memory of J.R.

   Western 1928-1971. edited by M.R.P. Foot. London: Paul Elek,

   1973. 74:31

WAR DIARIES

   Borton, Arthur Close. My Warrior Sons. 68:33

   Crimp, R.L. Diary of a Desert Rat. 61:34

   Eades, Tom. The War Diary & Letters of Corporal Eades, 1915-

      1917. 68:34

   Harris, John. Recollections of Rifleman Harris. 44:37

   May, Ernest. Signal Corporal. 68:36

   Tomkinson, William. Diary of a Cavalry Officer. 59:35

   War diaries. 25:2

   Wheatley, Edmund. The Wheatley Diary. 10:14

War Game. London: Cassell & Co. 65:33

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WAR GAMES

 

WAR GAMES

   Belfield, Eversly. Oudenarde 1708. 67:34

   Cole, Howard N. Minden 1759. 57:38 ; 67:34

   Cooper, H. John. Chancellorsville 1863. 67:34

   Davis, Peter & H. John Cooper. First Bull Run 1861. 57:38

   Featherstone, Donald. Battle Notes for Wargamers. 74:30

   Featherstone, Donald. Battles With Model Soldiers. 49:37 ;

      67:33 ; 75:9

   Featherstone, Donald. Naval War Games. 12:13

   Featherstone, Donald. Poitiers 1356. 67:34

   Featherstone, Donald. War Game Campaigns. 47:38

   Featherstone, Donald. Wargamers Through the Ages 3000 B.C.-A.D

     1500. 62:35

   Grant, Charles. The War Game. 59:38

   Harris, Henry. The Alma 1854. 60:34

   Holmes, E.R. Borodino 1812. 57:38

   Introduction to Napoleonic war games. 1:9-10

   Knight’s Battles for Wargamers (series). 57:38

   Lawford, J.P. Charge. 25:20

   Letter on 1806 war game. 2:31

   Letter on “Introduction to Napoleonic war games.” (1:9-10 ;

      5:18-19,29). 8:39

   Letter on map movements, logistics, army deployment, fire

      problems. 20:34-35 ; response 21:38

   Letter on Russian unicorns in war games. 17:39

   Letter on Seven Years War games. 29:40

   Letter on war games. 19:38

   Napoleonic war games. 2:21-22 ; 3:21-22 ; 4:18-19,14 ; 5:18-

      19,29 ; letter on 8:39

   Orr, Michael. Dettingen 1743. 67:34

   Slingshot. 40:40

   Sweetman, John. Saratoga 1777. 57:38

   the War Game. 65:33

   War game: an introduction. I. 14:20-21,34-35,37 ; II. Which

      treats of infantry both lines and light. 15:18-19,15,23 ;

      III. Which concerns cavalry. 16:18-21,12 ; IV. Load-aim-fire.

      17:14-16,37 ; V. At push of pike and dint of butt. 18:36-37,

      19:34-35 ; VI. The Melee. 20:30:32 ; VII. Artillery. 21:34-

      36,4, letter on 21:39 ; VIII. Artillery. 22:31-32 ; IX. Whiff

      of grapeshot. 23:31-33 ; X. Morale. 24:33-36 ; XI. Action.

      25:30-34 ; XII. Something about troops. 26:31-33 ; XIII. More

      about artillery. 27:31-33 ; XIV. Buildings in attack &

      defence. 29:36-38 ; XV. Final points concerning artillery.

      30:33-35 ; XVI. Battle of Mollwitz. 31:34-37 ; XVII.

      Mollwitz: narrative of the battle. 33:35-38 ; XVIII. After-

      thoughts on Mollwitz. 34:36-39 ; XIX. Construction of

      terrain. 35:36-39 ; XX. Effect of terrain. 37:37-39

      Letter on. 19:38

   Wells, H.G. Little Wars. 48:37

WAR OF BELGIAN INDEPENDENCE (1830-1831)

   Dutch army in the war for Belgian independence 1830-1. 65:2-7 ;

      letter on 68:40

   Grenadier guards drummer in full dress. 65:cover

   Kompagnie Hospitaal Soldaten, Veldambulance, IIIe Divisie,

      1831. 58:32-33

 

 

 

WAR OF 1812 (1812-1815)

 

WAR OF 1812 (1812-1815)

   85th (Bucks Volunteers) Light Infantry. 24:24-27

   Letter on. 26:36

   Letter on Baltimore campaign. 13:39

   United States infantry 1812. 2:24

   United States infantry 1814. 35:18-20

   United States infantry 1815. 2:3

WAR OF JENKIN’S EAR (1739-1748)

   the Ten regiments of marines 1739-1848. 74:21-24

WAR OF THE AUSTRIAN SUCCESSION (1740-1748)

   see DETTINGEN, BATTLE OF (27 June 1743)

      FONTENOY, BATTLE OF (10 May 1745)

WAR OF THE LEAGUE OF AUGSPBURG (1688-1697)

   see NEERWINDEN, BATTLE OF (29 July 1693)

WAR OF THE SPANISH SUCCESSION (1701-1714)

   Robert Parker and the Comte de Merode-Westerloo. 27:34

   see also ALMANERA, BATTLE OF (26 July 1710)

            OUDENARDE, BATTLE OF (11 July 1708)

WAR OF THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE (1865-1870)

   Brazilian and Paraguayan uniforms of the 1865-70 war. 69:30-32

WARNER, OLIVER

   The Life and Letters of Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood. Oxford

      University Press. 29:19

   With Wolfe to Quebec. London: Collins, 1972. 64:35

WARNER, PHILIP. British Battlefields. Reading: Osprey, 1972. I.

   the South. 63:34 ; II. the North. 65:33-34

WARS, LENGTH OF

   Long and the short of it. 24:7

WATERLOO, BATTLE OF (18 June 1815)

   Allied Waterloo medals. 9:48

   Appendices from Siborne. 9:40-43

   Avantgarde at Waterloo. 2:3

   Belgian account. 9:13,17

   Brett-James, Antony. The Hundred Days. 3:11

   British campaign medals: the Waterloo medal. 31:13,38

   British colours-Waterloo period. 16:8

   British flags at Waterloo. 19:37

   British Royal Regiment of Artillery in the Waterloo campaign.

      I. 18:23-28,33 ; II. 19:6-8,25 ; III. 20:18-20

   Brunswick corps at Waterloo. I. 59:2-5,34 ; II. 60:16-19 ;

      letter on 67:39-40

   Bulletin of the battles with the Prussians & English. 9:5-7

   Cavalry charges of Marshal Ney at Waterloo. 34:30-34, letter on

      41:40 ; 35:14-16

   Dalton, Charles. Waterloo Roll Call. 54:37

   Death of a Guard. 47:11

   Defence of La Haye Sainte-Waterloo 18th June, 1815. 52:34-35

   Dress of the French army during the Waterloo campaign. 1:16-

      17,19 ; letters on. 2:30, 3:31, 4:31

   Dutch-Belgian army at Waterloo. I. 46:5-8 ; II. 47:2-7 ; III.

      48:14-19

   Echo of Waterloo. 16:11

   Ensign’s coat. 9:30

   Farmer’s wife of Mont St. Jean. 17:5

 

 

 

 

WATERLOO, BATTLE OF (18 June 1815) (con’t.)

 

   Formation and uniforms of the British Household Cavalry & the

      Royal Horse Guards (the Blues) during the Waterloo campaign

      1815. 1:4-7

   French cuirassiers at Waterloo. 61:cover,30-31

   Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard at the battle of Waterloo.

      47:cover

   Hanoverian account. 9:14,17

   Howarth, David. A Near Run Thing. 29:18

   Incident at Hougoumont, 18 June 1815. 37:cover,5

   Lachouque, Henri. Napoleon at Waterloo. 24:23

   Lachouque, Henri. Waterloo. 66:38

   Legend of Waterloo. 24:3

   Letter on Brunswick flags. 36:40

   Letter on Dutch-Belgian flags. 31:40 ; response 33:40

   Letter on Dutch-Belgian forces. 31:40 ; response with

      bibliography 36:40

   Letter on Dutch, Brunswick and Hannover standards. 21:39

   Letter on Middle Guard at Waterloo. 12:40

   Letter on Polish Lancers at Waterloo. 41:40

   Letter on Royal Horse Artillery. 1:26 ; response 2:30

   Letter on 2nd Regt. of Guard Lancers. 2:30 ; 4:31

   Letter on sporrans at Waterloo. 23:35

   Letter on 23rd Foot at Waterloo. 13:39

   Letter on Waterloo equipment. 10:40

   List of officers killed, wounded, and missing. 9:32-37

   London Gazette, June 22, 1815. 9:2-4

   Major Hare of Waterloo fame. 8:31

   Marshal Ney’s account. 9:8-9

   Mercer, Cavalie. Journal of the Waterloo Campaign. 32:30

   Mercer’s journal of the Waterloo campaign. I. 54:2-5,11 ; II.

      55:12-13,15,21

   Mollo, John. Waterloo Uniforms. I. British cavalry. 70:38

   Muffling, F.C.F. von. History of the Campaign of 1815. 54:37-38

   9th Light Dragoons at Waterloo. 22:33-34

   Note on Imperial Guard at Waterloo. 8:4

   Officer of the Royal Horse Guards 1815. 6:cover

   Old Hookey. 11:12

   Prussian account. 9:10-12

   Reminiscence. 9:45

   Sangfroid epatant d’un milor anglais. 9:38-39

   Sergeant Ewart. 17:5 ; 19:37

   Sesquicentennial. 9:17

   Short bibliography. 9:44

   6th Inniskilling Dragoons, Waterloo 1815. 3:3

   Some anecdotes of Waterloo. 10:38-39

   Spanish account. 9:15-17

   10th Hussars services. 1:22

   Tomkinson, William. Diary of a Cavalry Officer. 59:35

   12th Light Dragoons at Waterloo. 17:17-20,37 ; II. 18:16-

      19,31,13 ; III. 19:24-25,36

   28th Foot at Waterloo. 19:4

   Two Waterloo veterans. 15:17

   Uniform of the British 10th Hussars at Waterloo 1815. 48:9-11

   Uniforms of the British cavalry. 9:31

   Unusual record. 10:15

 

 

 

WATERLOO, BATTLE OF (18 June 1815) (con’t.)

 

   Waterloo casualty. 19:3

   Waterloo confusion. 6:3

   Waterloo congress. 6:30

   Waterloo convention. 10:33

   Waterloo 1815-British infantry. 9:20-29

   Waterloo 1815-Honourable F.C. Ponsonby. 12:28

   Waterloo men. 22:3

   Waterloo 1965. 9:46-47

   Waterloo veteran. 24:2

   Wellington & Europe at Waterloo. 12:26-27

   Wellington at Waterloo, a watercolour. 20:18

   Wellington’s dress at Waterloo. 9:17

   Youngest officer at Waterloo. 17:5

WEAPONS

   Ashdown, Charles Henry. British & Continental Arms & Armour.

      52:39

   Bailey, D.W. Percussion Guns & Rifles. 65:36

   Bibliographics. 68:37

   Blackmore, Howard L. Hunting Weapons. 60:34

   Boeheim, W. Handbuch der Waffenkunde. 21:4

   Bronze age weapons. 22:4

   Cimarelli, Aldo. Arms & Armour. 75:38

   Cope, Kenneth L. Stevens Pistols and Pocket Rifles. 61:34

   Dolleczek, Anton. Monographie der k.u.k. Osterr.-ung. Blanken

      und Handfeuer-Waffen. 47:38

   Essenwein, A. Quellen zur Geschichte der Feuerwaffen. 37:34

   Firearms at the battle of Barnet. 18:22

   Funcken, Lilaine & Fred. Arms & Uniforms. 67:33

   Glendenning, Jan. British Pistols & Guns 1640-1840. 23:34

   Handgun and harquebuss. 46:18-20

   Hayward, J.F. Die Kunst der alten Buchsenmacher. 41:37

   Hewitt, John. Ancient Armour & Weapons in Europe. 16:25

   Journal of the Arms & Armour Society. 46:37

   Lindsay, Merrill. One Hundred Great Guns. 30:24

   Lorain, Pierre & Jean Boudroit. Les armes americaines de la

      defense nationale 1870-71. 51:38

   Marquiset, R. Armes a feu francaises modeles reglementaires.

      27:3 ; 41:38

   Martin, Paul. Armour & Weapons. 30:24

   Martin, Paul. Waffen und Rustungen von Karl dem Grossen bis zum

      Ludwig XIV. 27:3

   Nickel, Helmut. Arms & Armour Through the Ages. 59:36

   Profile Publications. 58:36

   Rankin, Robert H. Small Arms of the Sea Sevices. 64:35

   Rogers, H.C.B. Weapons of the British Soldier. 62:36

   Saxtorph, Niels M. Warriors and Weapons of Early Times. 64:38

   Schmidt, Rudolf. Die Handfeuerwaffen. 30:24

   Small Arms Profile No. 8-Erma Submachine Guns. 62:37

   Stone, George Cameron. A Glossary of the Construction.

      Decoration, and Use of Arms & Armour in all Countries and in

      all Times. 18:22

   Thierbach, M. Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der

      Handfeuerwaffen. 21:4

   Uhlemann, Heinz R. Kostbare Blankwaffen aus dem deutschen

      Klinginmuseum Solingen. 35:34

 

 

 

WEAPONS (con’t.)

 

   United States Cartridge Co. Collection of Firearms. 62:32-33

   Weapon collecting. 43:32-33,35 ; letter on 49:39

   Weapons of the British infantry-100 years ago. 12:16-25

   Weller, Jack. Weapons & Tactics-Hastings to Berlin. 14:9,37

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Antique Arms & Armour. 68:35

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Firearms. 70:36

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Let’s Look at Arms & Armour. 26:30

   Wilkinson, Frederick. Small Arms. 24:38

   see also Kinds of weapons

WEBB-CARTER, DAVID BRIAN WYNN

   Irish Guards MC. 27:2

WEIGLEY, RUSSELL F. History of the U.S. Army. London: Batsford,

   1968. 26:33

WELLER, JACK

   Weapons and Tactics-Hastings to Berlin. London: Nicholas Vane,

      1966.14:9,37

   Wellington in the Peninsula 1808-14. London: Kaye & Ward, 1969.

      36:37

WELLINGTON, Duke of (1769-1852)

   Glover, Michael. Wellington as Military Commander. 27:30

   Harding, James. The Duke of Wellington. 31:30

   His Grace, the Duke of Wellington. 1:cover ; 9:cover

   [In India]. 19:4

   New light on Wellington. 25:2

   Old Hookey. 11:12

   Oman, Charles W.C. Wellington’s Army. 29:19

   [Report from Waterloo]. 9:2-4

   Weller, Jack. Wellington in the Peninsula 1808-14. 36:37

   Wellington at Waterloo, a watercolour. 20:18

   Wellington, Wellington on Bonaparte. 24:3

   Wellington’s dress at Waterloo. 9:17

WELLS, H.G. Little Wars. London: Arms & Armour, 1970. 48:37

WELS, P. FORBES. De Nederlandse Cavalerie. Bussum: Dishoeck.

   23:34

WESTERN, J.R. The English Militia in the 18th Century. London:

   Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965. 17:3

WESTMAN, STEPHAN. Surgeon With the Kaiser’s Army. London: William

   Kimber, 1968. 29:18

WESTPHALIA, Kingdom of (1806-1814)

   -Chasseur-Carabiniers

      1811. 52:cover

   -Infantry. 3rd Regt.

      Grenadier. 43:14

   -Infantry. 7th Regt.

      Voltigeur. 43:14

WESTWOOD, JOHN. Illustrated History of the Russo-Japanese War.

   London: Sidwick & Jackson, 1973. 71:38 ; 75:38

WHEATLEY, EDMUND. The Wheatley Diary. London: Longmans, 1964.

   10:14

WHITE, B.T.

   Tanks and Other Armored Fighting Vehicles 1900-1918. London:

      Blandford, 1972. 47:36

   Tanks and Other Armored Fighting Vehicles of the Blitzkreig Era

      1939-1941. London: Blandford, 1972. 64:35-36

 

 

 

 

WHITE TOWER (Ravenglass, Cumberland. England)

 

WHITE TOWER (Ravenglass, Cumberland. England)

   Did you know? 16:12

WHITING, J.R.S.

   Volunteer corps and the threat of a Napoleonic invasion as

      depicted on trade tokens and commemorative medals. 65:24-26

WIDDER, KEITH R. Reveille Till Taps. Mackinac State Park

   Commission, 1972. 66:36

WIDOWS

   Old soldiers (widows) never die. 10:15

WIGHTMAN, JAMES, Sgt.-maj.

   Sgt. Maj. James Wightman. 17:4-5

WILHELM II (Germany) (1859-1941)

   Ominous prophecy. 25:2-3

WILKINSON, FREDERICK

   Antique Arms & Armour. London: Ward & Lock, 1972. 68:35

   Badges of the British Army 1820-1960. London: Arms & Armour,

      1969. 39:38 ; 56:35

   Cavalry and Yeomanry Badges of the British Army 1914. London:

      Arms & Armour, 1973. 75:38

   Firearms. London: Orbis, 1973. 70:36

   Flintlock Pistols. London: Arms & Armour. 32:31

   Lets Look at Arms & Armour. London: Frederick Muller. 26:30

   Militaria. London: Ward & Lock. 33:30

   Small Arms. London: Ward & Lock. 24:38

   Swords & Daggers. London: Ward & Lock. 24:38

WILKINSON-LATHAM, CHRISTOPHER

   Cavalry Uniforms of Britain and the Commonwealth. London:

      Blandford, 1969. 32:30

   ‘Defense of Rorke’s Drift’, a painting in the Royal Collection.

      55:6-8

   Infantry Uniforms of Britain and the Commonwealth. London:

      Blandford, 1969. 38:38

   Presentation of colours to the 98th Foot, 2nd Btl. N.

      Staffordshire Regt., 1876. 71:36

WILKINSON-LATHAM, JOHN

   British Cut & Thrust Weapons. Newton Abbott: David & Charles,

      1971. 61:33 ; 74:31

   British Military Swords From 1800 to the Present Day. London:

      Hutchinson, 1966. 20:20

WILKINSON-LATHAM, R.J.

   British Military Bayonets 1700-1945. London: Hutchinson. 24:38

   Cavalry Uniforms of Britain and the Commonwealth. London:

      Blandford, 1969. 32:30

   Infantry Uniforms 1855-1939. London; Blandford, 1970. 52:38

   Infantry Uniforms of Britain and the Commonwealth. London:

      Blandford, 1969. 38:38

   Letter on study on uniforms and “Austro-Hungarian army 1900-14”

      (41:5 ; 42:20). 64:40

   Tit for tat. I. 68:27-31 ; II. 69:22-27

   Uniform and equipment of Russian artillery in Asia, 1890. 57:21

WILLIAM II (Netherlands) (1792-1849)

   the Belgian account [of Waterloo]. 9:13,17

   [Portrait]. 51:cover ; letter on 56:40

WILLIAMS, A.

   Letter on “the Death’s Head Hussars.” (17:33-37). 25:36

 

 

 

WILLIAMS, GEOFFREY

 

WILLIAMS, GEOFFREY. Heraldry of the Cinque Ports. Newton-Abbott:

   David & Charles, 1971. 55:38

WILLIAMS, J.R.

   Chilean general officers, 1905-1925. 34:18-20

   Denmark, general officers, c. 1870-1918. 21:22-26,28

   Kaiserlich-konigliche Feldjager-Bataillon Nr. 26, ca. 1884.

      31:22-23

   Letter on Czaikisten. 35:40

   Letter on unidentified belt buckle. 71:40

   Letter on Worcestershire units. 5:31

   Norway, Sweden, general officers, 1894-1918. 20:24-27

   Tit for tat. Addenda & corrigenda. 70:33; supplement 71:32-33;

      the German connection I. 74:11-19

   Uruguay, general officers 1835-1928. 35:22-25

WILLIAMS, JEFFREY. Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry.

   London: Leo Cooper, 1972. (Famous Regiments). 64:38

WILLIE FIGURINES

   Willie Figures. 67:36

WILSON, EDWARD A.

   Letter on him. 43:40

WILSON, FRANK

   Indian cavalry plates. 50:cover,plates ; 51:plates ;

      73:cover,plates

   Special Indian cavalry issue. 50:cover

   Uniforms of Marlborough’s Wars. London: Charles Knight, 1970.

      57:38

   Uniforms of the Peninsular War. with Arthur Kipling. London:

      Charles Knight. 67:34

WINCHESTER, BARRY. Beyond the Tumult. London: Allison & Busby,

   1971. 63:36

WINDROW, MARTIN

   The French Foreign Legion. Reading: Osprey, 1971. (Men-at-

      Arms). 57:36

   The Universal Soldier. Enfield: Guiness Superlatives, 1971.

      59:36-37

   The Waffen SS. Reading: Osprey, 1971. (Men-at-Arms). 59:39

WINGATE, F.R. Mahidism and the Egyptian Sudan. reprint of 1891

   ed. London: Frank Cass & Co. 25:20

WINSTOCK, LEWIS. Songs and Music of the Redcoats, 1642-1902.

   London: Leo Cooper, 1970. 43:36

WISE, ROBERT (murdered 1663)

   Murder most foul. 20:11

WISEMAN, EDRIC

   the New South Wales Lancers. 76:34-37

WOLF, L. & F. Jugel. Abbildung der neuen konigl. preuss. Armee

   Uniformen. Berlin: N. Weiss, 1813-1815. (Colas #3098)

    Feuerwerker und Canonier der Garde Art. zu Fuss. 44:plate

    Freiwilliger vom Lutzowschen Freikorps zu Pferde. 30:plate

    Garde du Corps. 46:plate

    Grenadier des Normal Infanterie Bat. 43:plate

    Grenadier von Regt. Fuss-Garde. 43:plate

    Offizier der Garde Artillerie zu Fuss. 44:plate

    Offizier des Garde du Corps. 43:plate

    Offizier des Normal Inf. Batt. 43:plate

    Offizier von dem Garde Fus. Bat. 46:plate

 

 

 

WOLF, L. (con’t.)

 

    Offizier von 1sten Leibhusaren Regt. 30:plate

WOLFE, JAMES (1727-1759)

   Instructions to Young Officers: and a Placart to the Canadians.

      Ottawa: Museum Restoration Service. 29:19

   Warner, Oliver. With Wolfe to Quebec. 64:35

WOLLEN, W.R.

   Wellington at Waterloo, a watercolour. 20:18

WOMEN SOLDIERS

   Amazon. 3:12

   Capt. Sally Tompkins, CSA. 13:7

WOOD, Rev. Travels in India and Nepal (1896).

   the Kukri. 45:40

WOOLF, S.H.

   the Bitter road. I. 65:21-23,28 ; II. 66:2-4,10 ; letter on

      69:39

WOOLLCOMBE, ROBERT

   The First Tank Battle. London: Arthur Barker, 1967. 24:13

   Lion Rampant-the 15th Scottish Division. London: Leo Cooper,

      1970. 47:37

WORLD WAR I (1914-1918)

   Austro-Hungarian infantry uniforms 1914-18. I. 59:18-20 ;

      letter on 61:40 ; response to letter 63:38 ; II. 60:2-5,33

   Borton, Arthur Close. My Warrior Sons. 68:33

   British infantry 1915 territorials. 3:14

   [British role in World War I]. 4:1

   British territorial force infantry 1914-18. 6:8

   British territorials 1915. 5:25

   Capt. Harry Cator, VC, MM. 18:7

   Capt. John Crowe, VC. 11:36

   Cavalry of the First Polish Eastern Corps in Russia, 1914-1918.

      44:21-23,27

   Corporal David Hunter, VC. 12:5

   Czechoslovak corps on the Italian front during the First World

      War. 54:6-9

   Eades, Tom. The War Diary and Letters of Corporal Eades, 1915-

      1917. 68:34

   Echoes of old wars. 20:10

   Ellis, C. & D. Bishop. Military Transport of World War I. 49:38

   Essame, H. The Battle for Europe 1918. 63:33

   50th anniversary of Jutland. 19:5

   First shell 1914. 5:23

   French infantry 1914-1918. 7:7

   German naval airship service 1914-1918. 59:26-27

   Germany 1914-18 assault detachments. 25:22-23,14

   Greenwell, Graham H. An Infant in Arms. 63:34-35

   Half century. 30:25

   Hanbury-Sparrow, A.A. The Landlocked Lake. 4:11

   Imperial German decorations 1914-18. 62:12-13,20 ; letter on

      66:40

   Inchbald, Geoffrey. Imperial Camel Corps. 52:40

   Indian cavalry in France. 24:2

   Ivor Rees, VC. 24:3

   Kitchener’s army. I. 49:6-10 ; II. 52:11-13 ; letter on 55:40

   Late Cecil C.P. Lawson. 21:20

   Letter on fire direction & equipment, field artillery. 46:40

 

 

 

WORLD WAR I (1914-1918) (con’t.)

 

   Major Alfred Herring, VC. 19:5

   Mallory, Keith and Arvid Ottar. Architecture of Aggression.

      76:38

   Marshal Petain. 18:7

   Marshall-Cornwall, James. Foch as Military Commander. 67:34

   May, Ernest. Signal Corporal. 68:36

   Middlesex Yeomanry in 1914. 21:21

   Mounted pipe band of the 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (CEF)

      72:21

   Old Contemptibles. 15:6

   Palmer, Alan. The Gardeners of Salonika. 13:6

   Pont des Anglais, Soissons. 20:10

   Stewart, Charles H. Overseas: the Lineage and Insignia of the

      Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-19. 60:37

   Uniforms of the First World War 1914. 19:23

   Uniforms of the k.k. Landwehr, 1914-18. I. 7:2-4,29 ; II.

      75:16-19 ; III. 76:4-6

   Winchester, Barry. Beyond the Tumult. 63:36

   see also CAMBRAI, BATTLE OF (20 Nov.-3 Dec. 1917)

            JUTLAND, BATTLE OF (31 May-1 June 1916)

            KUT, SIEGE OF (1915-1916)

            MARNE, BATTLE OF THE (1914)

            SOMME, BATTLE OF (24 June-13 Nov. 1916)

            VERDUN, BATTLE OF (1916)

            YPRES, BATTLES OF

WORLD WAR II (1939-1945)

   Barker, A.J. Eritrea 1941. 18:5

   Bender, Roger James. Air Organization of the Third Reich: the

      Luftwaffe. 70:39

   Carew, Tim. Hostages to Fortune. 55:36

   Collier, Basil. Battle of Britain. 35:35

   Commando corporal. 13:4

   Crimp, R.L. The Diary of a Desert Rat. 61:34

   Decisive Battles of the Second World War. 24:13

   Doolittle’s Tokyo raiders. 21:3

   Duncan, Nigel. 79th Armoured Division Hobo’s Funnies. 63:36

   Ellis, C. & D. Bishop. Military Transport of World War II.

      61:39

   Essame, H. The Battle for Germany. 36:36

   Evans, Geoffrey. Slim as Military Commander. 32:31

   Frank, Benis M. & Harry I. Shaw. Victory & Occupation. 57:37-38

   Fraser, George MacDonald. The General Danced at Dawn. 56:38

   Germany 1939. 2:19, letter on 4:31

   Glines, Carroll V. Doolittle’s Tokyo Raiders. 21:3

   Guest, John. Broken Images-a War Journal. 47:37

   Horsed cavalry in World War II. 5:22

   Howard, Michael. The Mediterranean Strategy in the Second World

      War. 26:33

   Jackson, W.G.F. Alexander of Tunis as Military Commander. 61:38

   Jackson, W.G.F. The Battle for Italy. 23:11

   Jackson, W.G.F. The Battle for Rome. 33:30

   Last charge. 46:2-4, cover

   Lewin, Ronald. Montgomery as Military Commander. 62:37-38

   Lewin, Ronald. Rommel as Military Commander. 29:19

   Long, Gavin. MacArthur as Military Commander. 35:35

 

 

 

WORLD WAR II (1939-1945) (con’t.)

 

   MacDonald, Charles B. The Mighty Endeavor. 43:39

   McKee, Alexander. Race for the Rhine Bridges. 54:38

   Mallory, Keith and Arvid Ottar. Architecture of Aggression.

      76:38

   Mollo, Andrew & Malcolm McGregor. Army Uniforms of World War

      II. 72:38

   Revie, Alastair. The Lost Command. 66:38

   Rommel repulsed. 22:4

   Rosignoli, Guido. Army Badges and Insignia of World War II.

      65:33

   Schofield, Stephen. Musketoon. 6:23

   Shaw, Henry I. Tarawa. 38:38

   Simson, Ivan. Singapore. 44:38

   Sixsmith, E.K.G. Eisenhower as Military Commander. 66:35

   Strawson, John. The Battle for North Africa. 37:33

   Strawson, John. The Battle for the Ardennes. 64:36

   Strawson, John. Hitler as Military Commander. 55:36,38

   Trevelyan, Raleigh. The Fortress. 62:36

   Twenty years after. 17:2

   Verrier, Anthony. The Bomber Offensive. 27:34

   Young, Peter. World War 1939-1945. 16:25

   White, B.T. Tanks and Other AFV’S of the Blitzkrieg Era 1939-

      41. 64:35-36

   Woollcombe, Robert. Lion Rampant. 47:37

   Zweite Weltkrieg in Bildern und Dokumenten. 12:6

WORLD WAR III

   Twenty years after. 17:2

WOUTERS, G.

   La Garde civique belge et ses origines. Liege: August Benard,

      1905. plates from. see Geens, Louis

WRIGHT, A.J.

   Royal Engineers, 1778-1823. 57:30-33

   Royal Military Artificiers, 1787-1812. 53:22-25

   Royal Sappers & Miners, 1813-1823. 54:28-31

   Soldier Artificier Co. 51:11-13

WROXETER (England)

   Roman Wroxeter. 5:23

WUERTTEMBERG

   -General

      Maier, Gerd. Suddeutsche Blankwaffen. Teil I. 35:34

   -1871-1914

      Cavalry, medical & veterinary depts., c. 1892. 59:29,plate

        [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen zum

        deutschen Reichsheer]

      General officers, general staff, palace guard co., c. 1892.

        59:29,plate [Hochsprung, Max. Nachtrage und Berichtigungen

        zum deutschen Reichsheer]

      --Cavalry. Uhlans

        German uhlans, c. 1910. 34:8-13

WUERZBURG, Grand Duchy of (1806-1814)

   Colours of the army of the Grand Duchy of Wurzburg, 1806-1814.

      57:2-3

WYKES, ALAN. The Royal Hampshire Regiment. London: Leo Cooper,

   1968. (Famous Regiments). 57:38,40

 

 

 

 

WYLLY, H.C.

 

WYLLY, H.C.

   British cavalry of the Honourable East India Co. 36:32-35,28

   Gen. Sir John Floyd, Bt. 30:9-12,37

WYNGATE, NELSON S.

   Letter on figurines of 1900-14 period. 1:26

WYNN, KENNETH G. & William M. Lummis. Honour the Light Brigade.

   London: J.B. Hayward & Sons. 69:34

 

 

Y

 

 

YATES, JOHN E.H.

   Letter on Royal Artillery organization. 47:40

   Letters. 32:36

YEOMANRY. see GREAT BRITAIN, --Yeomanry

YOUNG, PETER.

   Battle of Culloden. 6:10-11,16-17

   British Army 1642-1970. London: William Kimber, 1967. 24:38

   Charge. London: Morgan & Grampian, 1967. 25:20

   Chasseurs of the Guard. Reading: Osprey, 1971. (Men-at-Arms).

      59:39

   Cropredy Bridge 1644. with Margaret Toynbee. Kineton: Roundwood

      Press. 47:36

   Edgehill 1642. Kineton: Roundwood Press, 1967. 24:13 ; 25:8-

      9,20

   History of the British Army. with J.P. Lawford. London: Arthur

      Barker. 48:37-38

   Napoleon’s Marshals. Reading: Osprey, 1973. 68:36 ; 69:34-35

   Oliver Cromwell. London: Batsford, 1963. 5:24 ; 31:30

   Prussian army of 1760. 13:18-19,40

   Random Shots. 2:11-12 ; 3:11-12 ; 4:10-11,14 ; 5:22-23 ; 6:22-

      23,29 ; 7:4-6 ; 8:30-31,14 ; 10:14-15,5 ; 11:36-39 ; 12:5-6 ;

      13:4-7 ; 14:2-3 ; 15:4-6,17 ; 16:9-12 ; 17:2-5 ; 18:5-7,22 ;

      19:3-5 ; 20:9-12 ; 21:2-4 ; 22:2-5 ; 24:2-3,7 ; 25:2-3 ;

      26:2-3 ; 27:2

   Reply to letter on English Civil War cavalry charges. 22:36

   33rd E. Prussian Fusiliers in the war of 1870-71. 14:22-25 ;

      15:12-15

   World War 1939-1945. London: Arthur Barker, 1966. 16:25

YOUNG, ROBERT C.

   British campaign medals-the Army of India 1799-1826. 39:34-35

   British campaign medals-the Army of the Punjab of 1848-49. 40:32-

      33

   British campaign medals-the campaign medals for Omdurman.

      36:12-13

   British campaign medals-the Crimea War 1854-56. 37:15,32 ;

      letters on 41:40, 43:40

   British campaign medals-the Egypt medal 1882. I. 44:30-31,

      letter on 47:40 ; II. 46:29,35

   British campaign medals-the First China War 1840-42. 35:30-31

   British campaign medals-the Indian Mutiny 1857-58. 38:35,20

   British campaign medals-the Military General Service Medal

      1793-1814. 32:19,35

 

 

 

 

YOUNG, ROBERT C. (con’t.)

 

   British campaign medals-the Naval General Service Medal 1793-

      1840. 33:20-21,25

   British campaign medals-the Second China War 1857-60. 41:34-35

   British campaign medals-the Waterloo medal. 31:13,38

   British campaign medals-the Zulu War 1879. 42:34-35

   95th in the retreat to Corunna and Vigo. 40:8-11

YOUNG, W.H.W.

   Capt. W.H.W. Young. 7:5

YOUNG, WHITNEY BLAIR

   Letter on Polish Light infantry and Austrian czaikisten. 33:40;

      responses 35:40, 36:40

   Letter on rifles in the Napoleonic wars. 48:40

   Letter on various Napoleonic subjects. 66:39

   Russo-Swedish war. I. 1808-09. 17:6-7,30-31,40 ; II. Norwegian

      front. 18:34-35, letters on 20:34, 25:36 ; III. Bernadotte

      and “his precious Swedes.” 19:18-19,31, 20:6-7 ; IV.

      Norwegian campaign. 21:27-28

   Uniforms and organization of the Royal Swedish infantry,

      artillery, and navy of the Napoleonic period 1806-1814. I.

      59:14-17 ; II. Infantry, artillery, rank designations, ski

      troops, regimental flags. 60:6-10,32 ; III. Navy. 61:28-29,

      letter on 67:39-40

YOUNGHUSBAND, G.J.

   Queen’s Own Corps of Guides, extract from orders. 50:38-39

YPRES, BATTLES OF (World War I)

   Giles, John. The Ypres Salient. 51:37-38

 

 

Z

 

ZANONI, IAN

   No comments. 16:12

ZANZIBAR WAR (1896)

   Letter on. 23:36

   Long and the short of it. 24:7

ZEZON, ANTONIO

   Tipi military del differenti corpi che compongono il reale

      esercito e l’armata di mare di S.M. il R.L. del regno delle

      due Sicilie. Napoli, 1850-54. (Colas #3114)

      Plate from:

        Neapolitan royal guards, 1852. 71:plate

      Reprint. Naples: Edizioni Bideri. 42:36

ZIENERT, J. Unsere Marineuniform. Hamburg: Verlag Helmut Gerhard

   Schulz, 1970. 41:38-39

ZULU (movie)

   Zulu. 3:12

ZULU WAR (1879)

   British campaign medals-the Zulu War 1879. 42:34-35

   60th Regt., Zululand 1879. 72:8

   24th Foot (South Wales Borderers) Zulu War 1879. 6:28 ; letter

      on 7:38

   Zulu. 3:12

   Zulu army. 23:12-17,33

   Zulu War 1879. 27:28-29

 

 

 

 

ZULU WAR (1879) (con’t.)

 

   Zulu War 1879: infantry officers. 38:21

   see also ISANDHLWANA, BATTLE OF (22 Jan. 1879)

            RORKE’S DRIFT, BATTLE OF (22-23 Jan. 1879)

ZWEGUINTZOW, W.

   Letter on Uniformes du Premier Empire. 55:40

Der Zweite Weltkrieg in Bildern und Dokumenten. Munich: Kurt

   Desch, 1963. 12:6