A 4.75 inch by 7 inch booklet on Infantry training procedures for mortar infantry units issued in February 1943. In the 1st Battalion, 48th Highlanders the Mortar Platoon was part of Support Company and employed 3 inch mortars.
A black canvas bound 3 inch by 5 inch King James Bible containing the Old and New Testaments with red stained edging. inscription inside the cover This is the Bible that was in use in the Orderly Room of the 48th Regiment Highlanders since the first men were sworn-in in 1891 Oct. I have just […]
A 3.75 inch by 5 inch red bound book filled with basic musketry firearms use and firearm maneuver execution along with basic ceremonial practices and protocols. 1894 edition.
A 3.75 inch by 5 inch red bound book filled with drill maneuver execution along with basic ceremonial practices and protocols. 1893 edition.
The Scottish Clans & Their Tartans. This small book provides details and reference to the history of the Scottish clans.
North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment by Will R. Bird. This book provides the regimental history of the North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment who served in both World Wars.
History of the 48th Highlanders of Canada, published in 1991 for the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the Regiment. Subtitle “An account of the 48th Highlanders from 1956 to 1991”. This extends the regimental history from Dileas by Kim Beattie which ended at 1957. Foundations and individuals provided the financial assistance for publication; J. […]
A 6.25 inch by 9.5 inch book telling the History of the 48th Highlanders of Canada from 1929 to 1956, focusing on the 1st Battalion from 1939 to 1945 during WWII. Leather bound cover in red ; Gold Embossed buckle Badge in center of front cover, “Dileas” above in gold print and gold print on […]
Battle of Ortona: Canadians Take The Fight Through Italy’s Labyrinth by Mark Zuehlke. Volume 3, Number 1, Winter 2019. This is a magazine publication focused on Canada’s involvement in the Italian campaign, especially the Battle of Ortona.
The Canadian Militia: From 1855 – An Historical Summary by David Morris. This book provides a historical reference about Canada’s Militia and military units since 1855.