Readership: Historical Fiction, WW1 - HLI
Distributor: Vine House Distribution, The
Old Mill House, Mill Lane, Uckfield, TN22
William and Nora Anderson had four sons;
Bertie, Ronnie, Charlie and Teddie. In 1914
they went to war with the HLI. None came back.
This is the story of a family’s destruction.
The Way Home is a fictionalized telling of
a true story about WH Anderson VC and his
three brothers by Robin Scott-Elliot, his
10TH BATTALION THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
nd. No Publisher, 78pp, plates, ills, 12 loose maps
in end folder, ROH, H&A. The story of the 10th
Battalion the Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow
Regiment) Campaign in Europe 1944-1945.
PRATT-PAUL, W. THE LOWLAND REGIMENTS 1972. IMPULSE, 1st edn, 186 pp, ills, d/w. The four sections in this book deal with The Royal Scots (nicknamed Pontus Pilate's Bodyguard), The Royal Highland Fusiliers (the amalgamation of The Scots Fusiliers and The Highland Light Infantry), The King's Own Scottish Borderers and the now disbanded regiment of The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).
A discourse delivered on board the transport ship Java, off Quebec, on Sabbath, the 22nd October, 1843, to the First Battalion, 71st Highland Light Infantry (en route to the West Indies) Author: Mathieson, Alexander, 1795-1870. Publisher: Printed by J. Starke.
A saga of Scotland, history of the 16th Battalion, the Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment). Author: Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847. Publisher: J. M'Callum.
A soldier of the Seventy-First, the journal of a soldier of the Highland Light Infantry: 1806-1815, Author: Hibbert, Christopher, 1924- Publisher: Cooper.
An Epic of Glasgow: history of the 15th Battalion the Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) Author: Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847. Publisher: J. McCallum.
Campaign in Europe: the story of the 10th Battalion, the Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) 1944-1945 Author: Johnston, R. T.
Historical record of the Seventy-First Regiment, Highland Light Infantry containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1777, and of its subsequent services to 1852. Author: Cannon, Richard, 1779-1865. Publisher: Parker, Furnivall & Parker,
Journal of a soldier of the seventy-first regiment : Highland Light Infantry, from 1806 to 1815... to which are now added, Selections from the letters of Corporal Meller, of the first regiment of foot-guards, describing the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. -- Author: Pococke, Thomas. Publisher: Printed by Balfour and Clarke for W.& C. Tait,
Proud heritage : the story of the Highland Light Infantry. Author: Oatts, Lewis Balfour, 1902- Publisher: Nelson,
The 2nd Battalion, Highland Light Infantry in the Great War. Author: Telfer-Smollett, A. D.
The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the war, 1914-1918. --. Publisher: s.n.],
The Highland Light Infantry (the 71st H.L.I. and 74th Highlanders). Author: Oatts, Lewis Balfour, 1902- Publisher: Leo Cooper
The Highland Light Infantry : The uniforms of the regiment, 1881 to 1914. Author: James B McKay & Douglas N Anderson. Publisher: McKay, ISBN 0 9505461 0 0 90 pages, 31 illustrations - line drawings.
The Seventeenth Highland Light Infantry: Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Battalion : record of war service, 1914-1918. Publisher: D.J. Clark,
Notes on the Dress of the 71st Regiment. Brown, A. N. E., Privately printed, Glasgow 1935.