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Heat of Battle; The 16th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, 1943-45 - Hart, Peter, Leo Cooper, Published 31 August 1999

Beyond Praise; The Durham Light Infantrymen Who Were Awarded the Victoria Cross - Shannon, Stephen, Published by County Durham Books, 31 October 1998.

Well Done the 68th - the Durhams in the Crimea and New Zealand 1854-1866 by John Bilcliffe.

LEWIS, P J & ENGLISH, I R 8TH BATTALION THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY 1939-1945 1949. Bealls, 1st edn, 319pp, plate, ills, maps, ROH, H&A, card cover Official records and personal accounts of the Battalion's war from El Alemein to Nijmegen.

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MOORE, Wiliiam (Famous Regiments) THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY 1975. Leo Cooper, 90pp, 24 illustrations.

RISSIK, DAVID THE D.L.I. AT WAR 1939-1946 nd. Introduction 1952. Durham Light Infantry, 1st edn, 352pp, cond vg, ills, maps (some folded), spine faded, copied plastic covered d/w. Montgomery writes in the foreword It is a magnificent Regiment, steady as a rock in battle, and absolutely reliable on all occasions. The DLI Brigade fought under Monty's command from Alamein to Germany - except for three months in Italy!!

Ward FAITHFUL: STORY OF THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY unknown: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1962.

ENGLISH, I ASSISTED PASSAGE - WALKING TO FREEDOM - ITALY 1943 1994. Privately Published, 1st edn, 142pp, maps, cond fine. Signed by the author. An officer of the 8th Battalion of the Durham Light Infantry describes his 500 mile walk escaping from a POW camp in Italy in 1943.

Green, John. THE VICISSITUDES OF A SOLDIER'S LIFE -- OR, A SERIES OF OCCURRENCES FROM 1806 TO 1815 ; TOGETHER WITH A CONCISE ACCOUNT OF THE WAR IN THE PENINSULA. TROTMAN LIMITED EDITION REPRINT series. The memoirs of a Private soldier of the 68th Foot ( Durham Light Infantry), from the Walcheren Expedition in 1806 to the War in the Peninsula from 1811 to 1814, incl. Cuidad Rodrigo , Badajoz, Salamanca, Burgos, Vittoria, Pyrennes and St Sebastian. 1996 Ltd. r/p of 1817 ed, 5 1/2 x 8 3/4, 227 pp.

Faithful; the story of the Durham Light Infantry. Author: Ward, Stephen George Peregrine. Publisher: Published for the Durham Light Infantry by Nelson

The D.L.I. at war; the history of the Durham Light Infantry, 1939-1945, Author: Rissik, David. Publisher: Brancepeth Castle Co.

The Durham Light Infantry: (the 68th and 106th Regiments of Foot). Author: Moore, William, 1930- Publisher: Cooper.

The Durham Light Infantry, The United Red and White Rose. Author: Vane, William Lyonel, 1859-1920. Publisher: Gale & Polden,

The history of the 16th Battalion, the Durham Light Infantry: 1940-1946. Author: Stringer, Laurence E. Publisher: The Battalion,

The story of the 6th battalion the Durham light infantry, France, April 1915-November, 1918. Author: Ainsworth, R.B. Publisher: St. Catherine press

A Short Record of the Durham Light Infantry, from 1758 to 1894. By Lieutenant-Colonel W. Gordon. 16 mo.; 48 pages.

D.L.I,Brancepeth, Durham, 1943, 1st edition, 32pp., coloured frontis, 1 plate, 12mo., illustrated paper wrappers, v.g. A short history of the regiment sold in aid of the Prisoners of War Fund, .


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