Reference

The following are the main references sources used for this site.

  • Lineage Book of British Land Forces 1660-1978 Vols 1 & 2
    JBM Frederick, 1984 : Microform Academic Publishers, Wakefield
    ISBN 2 Vol set – 1 85117 009 X
  • Orders of Battle Second World War 1939-1945
    Lt Col HF Joslen : Naval & Military Press (reprint)
    ISBN 9781843424741
  • Regiments of the British Army 1939-1945 (Artillery)
    Malcolm A Bellis, 1995 : Military Press International
    ISBN 0 85420 110 6
  • History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery – The Years of Defeat 1939-41
    Gen Sir Martin Farndale KCB, 1996 : Brassey’s, London
    ISBN 1 85753 080 2
  • History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery – The Far East Theatre 1941-46
    Gen Sir Martin Farndale KCB, 2002 : Brassey’s, London
    ISBN 1 85753 331 3
  • History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery – Anti-Aircraft Artillery 1914-55
    Brig NW Routledge OBE TD, 1994 : Brassey’s, London
    ISBN 1 857753 099 3
  • The Dress of the Royal Artillery
    D Alastair Campbell, 1971 : Arms & Armour Press, London
    ISBN 85368491 X
  • The History of the Dress of the Royal Regiment of Artillery
    Captain RJ MacDonald, 1985 : Crecy Books, Bristol (reprint)
    ISBN 0 947554 05 X
  • The Territorial Artillery 1908-1988
    Norman EH Litchfield, 1992 : The Sherwood Press (Nottingham)
    ISBN 0 9508205 2 0
  • The Royal Artillery Commemoration Book 1939-45
  • British Military Markings 1939-45
    Peter Hodges & Michael D Taylor, 1994 : Cannon Publications, Retford
    ISBN 1 899695 00 1
  • Vehicle Markings of the B.E.F from the GHQ diary of 11 April 1940
    Andrew Foulkes, 2011
  • Gunners at Larkhill – A History of the Royal School of Artillery
    NDG James, 1983 : Gresham Books Ltd.
    ISBN-10: 0946095078, ISBN-13: 978-0946095070
  • AA Command – Britain’s Anti-Aircraft Defences of the Second World War
    Colin Dobinson, 2001 : Methuen Publishing
    ISBN 0 413 76540 7
  • History of Coast Artillery in the British Army
    Col KW Maurice-Jones DSO, 1959 : Royal Artillery Institution, London
  • Various discussions on WW2Talk