A detailed listing of all authorized clasps for the Africa General Service Medal from the late 1800s through the Mau Mau rebellion. Extensive research presented concisely makes this resource excellent for identifying entitlement, regimental and personal history.
R. B. Magor
SHANGHAI UNDER FIRE
Second Edition: September 1937-February 1938 A Pictoral Record of Shanghai's undeclared war. NOTE: Due to the large size of this PDF and limitations of maximum file size, the quality of this may suffer. Please contact the collector if you wish to view a better copy.
Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury Staff
A French correspondent's narrative of his time with the French Battalion in Korea.
KIM-CHI, ASAHI AND RUM
A Platoon Commander Remembers Korea 1952-1953: a memoir written by a member of 1PPCLI and later 3PPCLI during his Korean tour.
Robert Stirling Peacock
FIGHTING ON THE BRINK
Defense of the Pusan Perimeter: An extensively researched narrative of the critical battle in the first year of the war. Draws on multiple sources and first hand accounts.
Brig. Gen. Uzal W. Ent
BEYOND DANGER CLOSE
The Korean Experience Revealed - 2d Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. Focuses predominantly on the Kapyong battle. Incredible narrative including multiple appendices with nominal roll (incomplete), awards and corrections to previous works.
LES BELGES EN CORÉE
Chronological narrative of the Belgian Battalion in Korea from 1950-1955 as written by the unit commander. Excellent resource with footnotes and multiple soldiers mentioned by name. Includes many citations, orders of the day, and appendix for casualties.
Lt. Gen. Albert Crahay
FORTUNE FAVOURS THE BRAVE
The Battle of the Hook, 1953 as told predominantly from the perspective of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment. A great composition of battle overview and first hand experiences. Detailed appendix for the structure of the British infantry battalion of the era.
A. J. Barker
FROM THE IMJIN TO THE HOOK
Personal memoir of a National Service gunner who served two tours in Korea, framing the first and last days of the war. Appendices include casualties, prisoners of war, and awards and decorations.
KOREAN WAR ORDER OF BATTLE
United States, United Nations, and Communist Ground, Naval and Air Forces, 1950-1953
Gordon L. Rottman
A CANLOAN OFFICER
The Memoir of a Canadian Junior Infantry Officer on Loan to the British Army for the Liberation of Europe, 1944-45: An extensive and thorough recollection of Reginald F. Fendicks tour through Europe as a machine-gun platoon commander. Includes a number of original photos and appendices detailing the Vickers machine gun.
Reginald F. Fendick
SIXTEEN DAYS AT MUNGOL-LI
A personal account of forward observer James H. Dill during two weeks in 1951 while serving with L Company, 31st Infantry. Very detailed and intelligent account of his experience in Korea. He has a unique appreciation for the Korean country and culture and is more aware of the impact of warfare than the average soldier. He is especially conscious of the destruction brought on by his own artillery.
James H. Dill
BADGES ON BATTLEDRESS
Post War Formation Signs and Rank and Regimental Badges: The third edition of this excellent reference, everything the collector must know about insignia worn on the battledress uniform during this period is within the pages of this book. Drawings of all badges in use as well as rank, trade badges, and wear of all items.
Lieut.-Col. Howard N. Cole, O.B.E., T.D., F.R. Hist. S.
I HEAR NO BUGLES
A vivid and honest account of an infantryman with G Company, 19th Infantry from 1950 to 1951.
Robert W. Mercy
EAST OF CHOSIN
Perhaps the best narrative of the Army actions on the east side of the Chosin reservoir.
Roy E. Appleman
An excellent and clear account of an artillery officer with the 13th Field Artillery Battalion during the summer of 1950.