My name is Ken Wharton, author
of “A Long, Long War:
Soldiers’ Voices from
the British Army, Northern Ireland
1969-98.” Volume I will
be published by Helion on April
2, 2008 - Order on line and
receive a 10% discount.
Exceedingly Lucky; History
of the Light Infantry, 1968-1993
Warne, Antony Makepeace, Published by S. Jary, 31 October 1994.
Enhancing Air Power's Contribution Against Light Infantry Targets
Vick, Alan, Published by Rand Corporation, Published 31 December 1996.
GATES, DAVID THE BRITISH LIGHT INFANTRY ARM 1790-1815 1987.
BATSFORD, 1st edn, 212 pp, ills, d/w.
A detailed account of the creation, training and combat role of the light infantry units that formed the Duke of Wellington's celebrated Light Division and played an important role in the Peninsular and Waterloo campaigns.
A practical guide for the light infantry officer: comprising valuable extracts from all the most popular works on the subject; with further original information.
Author: Cooper, Thomas Hammont. Publisher: Printed for T. Egerton.
British light infantry in the eighteenth century; (an introduction to "Sir John Moore's system of training")
Author: Fuller, J. F. C. (John Frederick Charles), 1878-1966. Publisher: Hutchinson & co
Practical instructions for military officers: comprehending a concise system of military geometry, field fortification and tactics of riflemen and light infantry. Also the scheme for forming a corps of a partisan, and carrying on the petite guerre.
Author: Hoyt, Epaphras, 1765-1850. Publisher: Greewood Press
Rifle and light infantry tactics; for the exercise and manoeuvres of troops when acting as light infantry or riflemen.
Author: Hardee, William Joseph, 1815-1873. Publisher: Benchmark Pub. Corp.
The British light infantry arm c. 1790-1815 : its creation, training and operational role.
Author: Gates, David. Publisher: Batsford.
The soldier's manual for cavalry, artillery, light infantry and infantry.
Author: Nesmith, James H. Publisher: Riling and Lentz