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The list of books below are some of those that are available to researchers in our archives library.

Those in blue may be downloaded, in PDF format, for personal use.

 

History of The 1st 4th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding) Regiment, 1914-1919 – Captain P.G. Bales MC

History of The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment (1st & 2nd Bns) 1881-1923 – Brigadier General C.D. Bruce CBE

History of The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment 1919-1952 – Brigadier C.N. Barclay CBE, DSO (DWR)

DWR Regimental Colours of The 1st and 2nd Battalions – Maj A.C.S. Savory (DWR)

History of The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment 1702-1992 – Maj J.M. Brereton and Maj A.C.S. Savory (DWR)

History of The Thirty-Third – Albert Lee

History of The DWR – Aug 1914 to Dec 1917 – J.J. Fisher

Historical Records of The 76th Hindoostan Regiment 1787 – 1881 – Lt-Col F.A. Hayden DSO

History of The Service Battalion’s of DWR 1914-1919 – General D.E. Isles (DWR)

Records of The 3rd Battalion DWR – Formerly 6th West York Militia – Capt N H Moore 1910

DWR Volunteer & Territorial Battalions 1859 – 1999 – Tony Podmore

‘The Dukes’ (1702 – 2006) A Concise History and Digest – T. Butterworth, M.S. Flaving & R.L. Harvey

British Expedition to Abbyssinia – Capt H.N. Hozier 3rd Dragoon Gds

 

Officers Died in the great war 1914-1919 (DWR Officers only pages) – HM Govt

Soldiers Died in the Great War – West Riding Regiment (DWR) – HM Govt

 

DWR WW1 Dead – Commonwealth War Graves Commission Locations Worldwide – Listed in Alphabetical name order

DWR WW2 Dead – Commonwealth War Graves Commission Locations Worldwide – Listed in Alphabetical name order

 

 

Battlefield Tour Italy, September 2011 – M.S.Flaving & R.L. Harvey

Presentation of New Colours to 1DWR – 25th May 1956

Presentation of New Colours to 1DWR – 4th April, 1981

Digest of Service 1DWR 1963-1990

British & Foreign Ribbons by Capt H. Taprell DSO RN

Family Cook Book – cooking recipes from various regimental members

 

Public domain books, not held in the archives,

A History of the Formation and Development of the Volunteer Infantry (1903) by Lt Robert Potter Berry, 6th West York Rifle Volunteers