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Anonymous (1920). Ypres and the Battles for Ypres 1914-1918: An Illustrated History and Guide. Clermont, France: Michelin & Cie.

Berton, P. (1980). The Invasion of Canada 1812-1813. Toronto: McCelland & Stewart Ltd. (Significant gaps in this book; not recommended. E.g. Though other Fencible Regiments are mentioned, Newfoundland is not)

Cave, J. B. (1976). What Happened to Corporal Pittman? Portugal Cove NL: Breakwater Books.

Frost, C.S. (2014) A Blue Puttee At War. (ed. E. Roberts) St. John's: Flanker Press

Gallishaw, J. (1916, 2005). Trenching at Gallipoli, 2nd Ed. St. John's NL: DRC Publishing.

Chasseaud, P. (1998). Topography of Armageddon - A British Trench Map Atlas of the Western Front 1914-1918. Mapbooks

Gilbert, M. (2006). The Battle of the Somme. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.

Gogos, Frank. (2015).The Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the Great War: A Guide to the Battlefields and Memorials in France, Belgium and Gallipoli. St John's:  Flanker Press.

High, S. (ed). (2010). Occupied St. John's: A Social History of a City at War 1939-1945. McGill-Queen's University Press.

Homfray, I.L. (1908). Officers of the British Forces in Canada during the War of 1812-15. Welland Tribune Print: Canadian Military Institute.

Keegan, J. (1998). The First World War. London: Hutchinson.

Lake, H.L. (1995). Perhaps They Left Us Up There. St. John's: Harry Cuff Publications Ltd.

Lee, R. T. (2011). A Directory of Officers & Men of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, 1795-1816. Kitchener, ON: Volumes Publishing.

Lind, F. T. (2001). The Letters of Mayo Lind. St. John's: Creative.

Major, K. (1995). No Man's Land. Toronto: Doubleday Canada.

McAllister, A. (2011). The Greatest Gallantry: The Newfoundland Regiment at Monchy-le-Preux April 14, 1917. St. John's: DRC Publishing.

Macfarlane, D. (1991). The Danger Tree.  Toronto: Macfarlane Walter & Ross.

Middlebrook, M. and Middlebrook, M. (1991). The Somme Battlefields. London: Viking.

Nicholson, C. G. (1964). The Fighting Newfoundlander. Government of Newfoundland.

Nicholson, C. G (1969). More Fighting Newfoundlanders. Government of Newfoundland.

O'Flaherty, J.F. 2Lt (unpublished). The Royal Newfoundland Regiment 1775-1952. (available NL Public Library ACC 355- OF4 NR Vault)

Parsons, W. D. (1994). Pilgrimage: A Guide to the Royal Newfoundland Regiment in World War One. St. John's: Creative.

   Richardson, J. (1902). Richardson's War of 1812. Toronto: Historical Publishing Co.

Robertshaw, A. (2006). Somme 1 July 1916: Tragedy and Triumph. Oxford, Osprey Publishing.

Robertshaw, A. and Kenyon, D. (2008). Digging the Trenches: The Archaeology of the Western Front.  Barnsley, Yorkshire: Pen    & Sword Military.

Shortis, H.F. (December, 1929). The Royal Newfoundland Regiment 1812-15.  The Veteran, pp 17-20

Stanley, G.F.G. (1973). Canada Invaded 1775-1776. Toronto: A.M. Hakkert Ltd. (Provides accounts of the defence of Quebec in 1775 by Newfoundland volnteers in the Royal Highland Emigrants).

Stanley, G.F.G. (1983). The War of 1812: Land Operations. MacMillan Canada and National Museums of Canada.

Steel, N. and Hart, P. (1994).  Defeat at Gallipoli. London: Macmillan.

Wells, G. C. (1966). The Newfoundland Regiment (1939-1946) War - "On the Home Front". Trinity Newfoundland: Oceanside.

Winter, M. (2014).Into the Blizzard: Walking the Fields of the Newfoundland Dead. Doubleday Canada


 Imperial War Museum  (2003). Trench Map Archive on CD-ROM version 2.0. Uckfield, UK: Naval and Military Press Ltd. (Available at MUN QEII Library, Map Centre)

 National Archives (2008). The Western Front 1914-18; British Trench Map Atlas . Uckfield, UK: Naval and Military Press Ltd. (Available at MUN QEII Library, Map Centre)

 National Archives (2003). Captured German Trench and Operations Maps from the National Archives. Uckfield, UK: Naval and Military Press Ltd. (Available at MUN Queen Elizabeth  II Library)




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