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The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Chronicle 1949

The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Chronicle 1949


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The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Chronicle 1949: An Annual Record of the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (43rd & 52nd) and the Territorial Battalion of the Regiment

Compiled and Edited by Brigadier-General C. G. Higgins, C.M.G., D.S.O. Volume LI January to December 1949. Published 1950 - Slatter & Rose Oxford. Hardcover.   Contents:
  1. The Army List
  2. Extracts from the London Gazette
  3. Records of the First Battalion
  4. Summary of the First Battalion Diary
  5. First Battalion Letter
  6. Cricket, First Battalion
  7. Hockey, First Battalion
  8. Football, First Battalion
  9. Boxing, First Battalion
  10. Weapon Training, First Battalion
  11. Signalling, First Battalion
  12. Athletics, First Battalion
  13. Records of Regimental Headquarters
  14. Headquarters Letter
  15. Records of the Fourth Battalion
  16. Fourth Battalion Letter
  17. The Man with the Whistle
  18. Regimental Adjutant
  19. Regimental Dinner
  20. Regimental Luncheon
  21. The 52nd Light Infantry Luncheon
  22. Sickle Force
  23. England to Salonika 'En Famille'
  24. Trials of an Unmarried Husband
  25. Shooting in Greece
  26. Southern Rhodesia
  27. Close-Up of the 52nd at Waterloo
  28. 'Forty Years On' - And More
  29. The New Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst
  30. Random Notes on the King's African Rifles
  31. 'Oxi' Day
  32. A Record Nile Perch
  33. Operation Monkey
  34. Regimental Cricket Week
  35. Those Were The Days
  36. Old Comrades Association
  37. Obituary
  38. Index for Volumes XLII to LI
Please Note: Original copies supplied, all in used but reasonable condition. Copy supplied may vary slightly from the one pictured in terms of wear and aging.  

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