Anon. MEMOIRS OF A SERGEANT , LATE OF THE 43RD LIGHT INFANTRY REGIMENT. The memoirs of a private soldier, who enlisted in Ireland in the 43rd Light Infantry, proceeded with his regt. to Copenhagen in 1807, served in Spain with Sir John Moore at Sahagun, Benevente & Corunna 1809. Then back to Portugal & Spain under Wellington, was at Talavera, Cuidad Rodrigo, Bussaco, Barrossa, Badajoz, & Albuhera. 1998 ltd. r/p of 1835 ed, 150 copies, 6 x 9, 278 pp.
Ox & Bucks Light Infantry Chronicle 1956-60. HIGGINS Brig.Gen. C.
Ox & Bucks Light Infantry Chronicle 1953. Vol. LV. HIGGINS Brig.Gne. C. 269 pages. 13 B&W photographs.
The Ox & Bucks Light Infantry Chronicle. MOCKLER-FERRYMAN 1951 1950
7th Ox & Bucks Light Infantry Memorial Record WHEELER Col C. 1921 W.W.I.
The Story Of The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry By Sir Henry Newbolt. The history of the regiment 43rd and 52nd from formation up to 1914. HC,223pp, illus., pub. 1915, Country Life.
NEVILLE, LT. COL. J E H - The Set War Chronicles - The Ox. And Bucks Light Infantry Vol I. 1949. Gale and Polden, 1st edn, 290pp, ills, maps (some folded).VOL II. 1950. Gale and Polden, 1st edn, 364pp, cond vg, ills, folded map. Vol III. 1951. Gale and Polden, 1st edn, 382pp, ills, maps This is the record of the 43rd, 52nd, 4th, 5th and 1st Buckinghamshire Bns. in WWII. VOLUME I. September 1939-June 1940. The second volume includes also the 6th, 7th, 70th and 2nd Buckinghamshire Bns. VOLUME II. June 1940 - June 1942. VOLUME III. July 1 942-May 1944. VOLUME IV. June 1944-December 1945.
BOOTH, PHILIP (Famous Regiments) Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1971. Leo Cooper, 1st edn, 156pp.
Levinge, Sir Richard George Augustus. Historical Records Of The Forty-Third Regiment, Monmouthshire Light Infantry with a Roll of the Officers and Their Service from the Period of Embodiments to the Close of 1867. London: W. Clowes & Sons, 1868. 352p. Colored uniform frontis.
Moorsom, W.S. Historical Record Of The Fifty-Second Regiment (Oxfordshire Light Infantry) from the Year 1755 to the Year 1858. London: Richard Bentley, 1860. Illus. including coloured uniform plates. Maps. 437p.
Hay, Captain William, CB. Reminiscences 1808-15 Under Wellington. These excellent memoirs chronicle the author's service with the 52nd Light Infantry in the Peninsula from 1810 to Sept. 1811 incl Torres Vedras, Fuentes de Onor and Cuidad Rodrigo. He then transferred to the 28th Light Dragoons and saw extensive service in the Peninsula 1812-14 and at Waterloo 1815. 1992 r/p of 1901 ed, 6 x 9, 311 pp, list of engagements, index.
Moorsom, M.S. History Of The 52nd Regiment 1755-1816. A reprint of this excellent unit history of the British 52nd Regt of Foot ( 2nd Bn the Oxs & Bucks Light Infantry). Formed in 1785 it saw service in North America during the American War of Independence 1775-78, served in India 1783-98, the Peninsula from 1808 to 1814, Holland & Waterloo 1815. 1996 r/p of 1860 ed, 6 x 9, 267 pp, 18 maps.
Capt. John Knox, An Historical Journal of the Campaigns in North America. First published 1769. Edition by A. G. Doughty (3 vols., Toronto, Champlain Society, 1914-16).
Greenwell G.H. AN INFANT IN ARMS. War Letters of a Company Officer 1914-1918. Allen Lane. 1972 The author was a young officer in the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and served throughout WWI. 264pp.
A record of H.M. 52nd Light Infantry in 1914. Author: Crosse, R.B. (Richard Banastre), 1888- Publisher: Spennell Press. 136 pages.
Comparison between the march of the 43d Light Infantry in 1837 and that of the late 104th Regiment in 1813, from New Brunswick to Quebec also, remarks on the best winter route for troops from the British Isles to Canada, in the depth of winter. Author: Playfair, A. W. (Andrew William)
Historical record of the Fifty-second regiment (Oxfordshire light infantry) from the year 1755 to the year 1858. Author: Moorsom, W. S. (William Scarth), 1804-1863. Publisher: Richard Bentley,
Historical records of the Forty-third regiment, Monmouthshire, Light Infantry, with a roll of the officers and their services from the period of embodiment to the close of 1867. Author: Levinge, R. G. A. (Richard George Augustus), Sir, 1811-1884. Publisher: W. Clowes and Sons,
History of the 43rd and 52nd (Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire) light infantry in the Great War, 1914-1919. Publisher: Gale & Polden,
History of the Oxfordshire Regiment of Militia (fourth battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry), 1778-1900 : including the diary of the late Lieut.-Col. Thomas Mosley Crowder, 1852-1885. Author: Willan, Frank. Publisher: H. Hart.
Memorial record of the Seventh (Service) Battalion, the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Publisher: Blackwell,
Regimental war tales 1741-1914 : told for the soldiers of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire light infantry (the old 43rd and 52nd). Author: Mockler-Ferryman, Augustus Ferryman, 1856- Publisher: Alden & co., ltd.,
The history of Lord Seaton's regiment, (the 52nd Light infantry), at the battle of Waterloo, together with various incidents connected with that regiment...to which are added many of the author's reminiscences of his military and clerical careers, during a period of more than fifty years. Author: Leeke, William. Publisher: Hatchard & co.,
The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry chronicle; the record of he 43rd, 52nd, 4th, 5th and 1st Buckinghamshire Battalions in the Second German War. Author: Neville, J. E. H. Publisher: Gale and Polden,
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (The 43rd/52nd Regiment of Foot). Author: Booth, Philip, 1897- Publisher: Leo Cooper,
The standing orders of the 1st Battalion, Oxfordshire Light Infantry: collected to date. Author: Great Britain. Army. Oxfordshire Light Infantry. Battalion, 1st. Publisher: W.H. Charpentier,
The standing orders of the 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry. -- Author: Great Britain. Army. Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 52nd. Publisher: Ive & Lowe,
The story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Author: Rose, G.K. Publisher: B.H. Blackwell,
The story of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire light infantry (the old 43rd and 52nd regiments) Author: Newbolt, Henry John, Sir, 1862-1938. Publisher: "Country life"
Mockler-Ferryman, Lt. Col. A.F., ed. The Oxfordshire Light Infantry in South Africa. A Narrative of the Boer War. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1901. 314pp., photo. illus., folding maps. Account from letters, journals etc.
THE OXFORDSHIRE & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY CHRONICLE 1953 An Annual Record. Volume LV January To December 1953. Oxford: Slatter & Rose, 1954.; 1954; 8vo. Pp. xviii, 269, illus with bw photos., keywords: Military History.