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A Famous Indian Regiment: Kali Panchwin 1768-1923 (R. Hennell, this the Indian reprint, New Delhi, 1985)


A comprehsive regimental history of the 2nd Battalion Mahratta Light Infantry and it predecessor units prior to 1923

292 pages with numerous appendices and index. The appendices include several nominal rolls, including Honours & Awards (there are even abstracts showing the respective totals of Great War campaign medals and IGS 1908 medals and
clasps earned by the regiment)

Condition: This copy with DJ. Binding and contents Fine

Code: 10246Price: 40.00 GBP


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Standing Orders of 3rd Battalion 9th Jat Regiment (Published circa 1936 by P.G. Ram & Sons, Kamptee)


118 pages. The fly page copy bearing the official rubber stamp of the "HQ" Wing Office, 3/9th Jat Regiment, and in ink inscribed received on 25-5-1936., the cover bearing the worn but still legible name of a British Officer 'J.T. Nicol', whose name is further but very clearly inscribed on the index
page

Condition: Professionally rebound in green cloth covers with gilt titles to spine and cover. Numerous extracts highlighted in ink (all neatly done in red or black, as befitting use by the Battalion Administrators).Binding and content Fine

Code: 10247Price: 80.00 GBP


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Historical Record of the 39th Royal Garhwal Rifles Volume I (J. Evatt, this the Indian reprint n.d.for the Regiment)


215 pages, with copious appendices including nominal succession rolls of British and Garhwali Officers; Honours & Awards etc

Condition: Cloth covers with gilt title and regimental insignia on cover. A few minor stains on inside fly pages only, otherwise binding and content Very Good

Code: 10248Price: 80.00 GBP


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The Custodian 1990: Regimental Journal of the Assam Rifles


Soft laminated card covers and well illustrated. The various chapters include some on aspects of WW2, and the obituaries include a holder of the MBE/MC and another the IPM. Also included is a summary of Honours and Awards gained by the Assam Rifles in 1989

Condition: Cover lighly scuffed and creased. The upper corners bumped and chipped in one place, otherwise binding and contents Good

Code: 10243Price: 15.00 GBP


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History of the Assam Rifles (L.W. Shakespear, New Delhi, 1983)


This is an Indian reprint of a volume first published in 1929. 301 pages, illustrated with maps, appendices and index. The 'Honours & Awards' lists show what a remarkable corps the Assam Rifles were, qualifying as they did for both Military and Civil decorations, and including many awardees who earned decorations while serving on attachment with the Indian Army in overseas theatres of war, 1914-1918. A prime source for learning about the services of the plethora of Military Police Battalions who were the fore-runners to the Assam Rifles and which saw considerable action on the North East Frontiers of India in the late Victorian era

Condition: With dust jacket (this chipped) Fine

Code: 10270Price: 60.00 GBP


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'The Military Engineer in India' (Colonel E. W. C. Sandes, D.S.O., M.C., Institute of Royal Engineers, Chatham, 1933). Companion set in Two volumes, 590pp. and 392pp

Hardback

With pull-out maps, illustrations, photographs, portraits, appendices and index

A masterful and extremely detailed work on the various units of Indian Engineers (Sappers and Miners) from 1660-1935, with excellent detail on the Victorian campaigns and the Great War. The scope and contribution of 'Engineer Services' in India, was in word, breathtaking, with numerous chapters on 'Special Services including but not restricted to; Masters of the Mints (Engineer Officers were heads of all the Indian Mints); Railways; Surveys & Topography; Canals; Public Works etc......

The definitive service history of the 'Sappers & Miners' units (Bengal, Madras & Bombay) whose hitherto independent corps were merged in 1932 to form the Indian Corps of Engineers

The first volume only with few minor scuffs to cover, including small 40mm vertical tear on spine (covered with archival tape). Otherwise contents all very good

Condition: Good

Code: 19464Price: 140.00 GBP


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'History of the 20th Field Company, Royal Sappers and Miners in the Great War' (Major H. W. R. Hamilton, D.S.O., M.C., Reprinted from the Royal Engineers Journal. Undated). 51pp

Card covers

The definitive single source for the war services of the much decorated and well travelled 20th Field Company Royal Bombay Sappers and Miners, that served in France & Mesopotamia during the Great War

A rare Great War 'Field Company' unit history of the Royal Bombay Sappers & Miners

Condition: Very Good

Code: 19462Price: 60.00 GBP


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Bengal Sappers 1803-2003 (edited by G. Cooper and D. Alexander, Institute of Royal Engineers, 2003). 366pp

Hardback

Comprising records from various published and primary sources, including personal memoirs. The text spans diverse topics including campaign and war service over 200 years, 'Shikar, travel and cantonment ;ife in Roorkee. With photographs, index & dust jacket

The only single source regimental history covering the entire History of the 'Bengal Sappers' from the period of the East India Company through to recent services ending in 2003 by the descendent unit of the Indian Army

Condition: Excellent

Code: 19463Price: 45.00 GBP


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'The History of the Bombay Pioneers, 1777-1933' (Lieutenant-Colonel W. B. P. Tugwell, Sidney Press, London, 1938). 439pp

Hardback

The definitive history of the Bombay Pioneers until its dissolution, with pull-out maps, photographs, and index

This is the unit history of the; 107th (Hazara) Pioneers, 12th (Kelat-i-Ghilzie) Pioneers, 128th Pioneers, 48th Pioneers & 21st Pioneers of the former Bombay Presidency Army

The leather spine with scuffs, and one corner bumped. Binding and contents otherwise all good

Condition: Good

Code: 19461Price: 120.00 GBP


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'History of the [Indian] Army Service Corps: Volume 2. 1858-1913' (Brigadier V. J. Moharir, Sterling, Delhi, 1984). 340pp

Hardback

With pull-out maps, index & dust jacket

The book is one of a multi-volume series that is the definitive reference source for the composition, history, services and chronology of the Indian Supply & Transport Corps in the period between the India Mutiny and the eve of the Great War

A scarce seen publication

Condition: Very good

Code: 19460Price: 45.00 GBP

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