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Links: Regimental, Unit and General Army Websites

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Australian Army

"A" Squadron 10th Light Horse
The 10th Australian Light Horse.

Black Watch
A short history of the Black Watch

The Black Watch Archive
An extensive site related to the Black Watch, with casualty rolls, history, and more.

The Buffs
The unofficial homepage of The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment.)

The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment
An impressive military historical resource. Quite as much information about the Cheshires as you could ever need.

48th Highlanders
The 48th Highlanders of Canada.

Fifth Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards
Chapter 5 of Major-General Roger Evans' book, "The Story of the Fifth Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards", dealing with the Fifth Dragoon Guards during the South African War.
Another of Lew Orans' brilliant pages.

Green Howards
The Regimental website of Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment
(The 19th Regiment of Foot)

'K' Troop
The Regimental Home Page of 'K' Troop, Royal New South Wales Lancers.

The Lancer Band
The homepage of the Regimental Band of the 1st/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers (Reconnaissance) from Sydney, Australia.

Lovat Scouts Yeomanry
A collection of information on the Lovat Scouts resulting from family research by Phil Clifford.

Irv Mortenson
Collector and researcher to the British 60th Rifles / King's Royal Rifle Corps - a Regiment which saw service in South Africa in the 19th Century. Has chronological summaries for each Battalion of the 60th, plus all of the Victorian medal rolls from the U.K. Public Records Office on computer data bases. He is happy to try and help anyone with a question relative to the KRRC.

New Zealand Army

Royal Canadian Dragoons
Homepage of The RCD.

Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
Homepage of 1st Regiment, RCHA.

Royal Dragoon Guards
The homepage of the Royal Dragoon Guards.

Royal Regiment of Wales
A very fine page on the RRW, designed by BBC Resources.

Strathcona's Horse
A short history of Lord Strathcona's Horse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Further Reading

Barclay, Glen. The Empire is Marching: A Study of the Military Effort of the British Empire, 1800-1945. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1976.

Briggs, Lady. The Staff Work of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1901. London: Richards, 1901. DT932B74.

Brunker, H.M.E. Boer War, 1899: Organization and Distribution of the British Forces. London: Clowes, 1899. DT9313B78.

Childers, Erskine. In the Ranks of the C.I.V. (Honourable Artillery Company) in South Africa. London: Smith, Elder, 1901. DT932c142.

Ferrar, M.L. With the Green Howards in South Africa, 1899-1902. London: Fisher, 1904. DT931.5G67F47.

Great Britain. City of London. Reports on Raising, Organizing and Dispatching the City of London: Imperial Volunteers to South Africa. London: Lord Mayor, 1900. DT931.3L84.

Great Britain. Royal Commissions. Report on the Organization of the Imperial Yeomanry. London: HMSO, 1900. DT931.3A3.

Jeans, T.T., ed. Naval Brigades in the South African War,1899-1900. London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1900. DT930M33.

Jones, H & M. A Gazetteer of the Second Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. Milton Keynes: Military Press, 1999.

Mackinnon, William Henry, Sir. The Journal of the C.I.V. in South Africa. London: J. Murray, 1901.

Morrison, E. W. B. (Edward Whipple Bancroft). With the Guns in South Africa. Hamilton, Ontario: Spector Printing Co., 1901.
[Ref: Canadian participation.]

Murray, P.L. (Pembroke Lathrop), ed. Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa. Melbourne: 1911?
[compiled and edited for the Australian Department of Defence].

Rose-Innes, Cosmo. With Paget's Horse to the Front. London: MacQueen, 1901. DT932R663.

Stirling, John. Our Regiments in South Africa, 1899-1902. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1903. DT931.3S75.