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The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Chronicle 1955

The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Chronicle 1955


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The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Chronicle 1955: An Annual Record of the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

Compiled and Edited by Brigadier-General C. G. Higgins, C.M.G., D.S.O., D.L. Volume LVII January to December 1955. Published 1956 - The Alden Press (Oxford) Ltd. Hardcover.   Contents:
  1. The Army List -p.1
  2. Extracts from the 'London Gazette' 1955 -p.3
  3. Regular Officers of the Regiment Extra-Regimentally Employed on December 31st, 1955 -p.6
  4. Former Officers of the Regiment on the Active List December 31st, 1955 -p.7
  5. General Sir Bernard Paget, G.C.B., D.S.O., M.C. -p.8
  6. Records of the First Battallion -p.10
  7. Summary of the First Battalion Diary 1955 -p.13
  8. First Battalion Letter -p.21
  9. First Battalion Records of Sport and Training 1955 -p.27
  10. Records of Regimental Headquarters -p.44
  11. Regimental Headquarters Letter -p.45
  12. Records of the Fourth Battalion -p.48
  13. Fourth Battalion Letter -p.52
  14. The Laying-Up of the Old Colours of the Fourth Battalion (T.A.) -p.54
  15. Regimental Dinner 1955 -p.55
  16. 52nd Light Infantry Dinner 1955 -p.56
  17. 52nd Light Infantry Luncheon 1955 -p.57
  18. The Bicentenary Celebrations of the 52nd Light Infantry at Osnabruck -p.58
  19. A Week-End at Osnabruck -p.76
  20. Can We Win? -p.79
  21. Random Reflections on Retirement -p.84
  22. Life in the Rhineland -p.90
  23. Mercer Tod Letters -p.96
  24. Colonels of the Regiment -p.101
  25. Lieut.-General Sir Robert Garrett -p.103
  26. Gliding -p.106
  27. An Outer Island -p.113
  28. Cooks Tour - Germany and Switzerland -p.117
  29.  Guests at the Castle -p.121
  30. Old Comrades' Association -p.125
  31. Marriage -p.126
  32. Obituary -p.126
  33. Index -p.129
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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