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Napoleon's British Visitors & Captives 1801-1815.
ALGER (John Goldworth)
Narrative of the 502 (Wessex) Field Company Royal Engineers 1915-1919.
FOX (Major C.L., MC, RE)
Narrative of the Battle of Jutland.
Natal Field Artillery Centenary 1862-1962. Durban, Pietermaritzburg.
Naval Guns in Flanders 1914-1915.
L.F.R. [i.e. ROBINSON (Lt. Lionel F., RN)]
Naval Guns in Flanders 1914-1915.
L.F.R. [i.e. ROBINSON (Lt. Lionel F., RN)]
Neill's "Blue Caps" Vol. III: 1914-1922.
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB)
Nellie: The History of Churchill's Lincoln-Built Trenching Machine.
TURNER (John T.)
Never No Ready: The History of the RAF Regiment Parachute Units 1942-2012.
DEELEY (Graeme)
New Brunswick's "Fighting 26th" A History of the 26th New Brunswick Battalion, C.E.F., 1914-1919.
MAGOWAN (S. Douglas), HECKBERT (Harry, MM) & O'LEARY (Byron E.)
New Zealand Artillery in the Field 1914-18.
BYRNE (Lt. J.R., NZFA)
New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Record of Personal Service During the War of Officers, Nurses, & First-Class Warrant Officers; & Other Facts Relating to the N.Z.E.F. Unofficial, But Based on Official Records.
STUDHOLME (Lt.-Col. J.) Comp.
New Zealanders in Brockenhurst: The No. 1 New Zealand General Hospital, 1916-1919.
Night Raiders of the Air: Being the Experiences of a Night Flying Pilot, who raided Hunland on many dark nights during the War.
KINGSFORD (A.R.)
Nine Days: Adventures of a Heavy Artillery Brigade of the Third Army during the German Offensive of March 21-29 1918.
BEHREND (Capt. & Adjt. A.F.)
Ninth Report from The Select Committee Appointed to Take into Consideration The State of the Administration of Justice in the Provinces of Bengal, Nahar, & Orissa.
No Names, No Pack-Drill.
SNOW (F.H.)
No. 2 Squadron R.F.C. Mosaic C. 21/9/17.
No. 2 Squadron R.F.C. Mosaic Q. 28.12.17.
No. 26 General Hospital, British Expeditionary Force, France.
No. 5 Australian General Hospital (Base Hospital) Melbourne.
No. 593556 Rfn. Henry Nicholls, 18th Bn. London Regiment (The Lonon Irish Rifles).
Nocturne Militaire.
SPRINGS ([Capt.] Elliott White)
Noel Ross & His Work.
Norman Prince, A Volunteer Who Died for The Cause He Loved.
Norwich Under Fire: A Camera Record.
SWAIN (George)
Norwich War Hospital Supply Depot. 29, Surrey Street [Ipswich]. Affiliated to the Norfolk & Norwich Branch of the V.W.W.A. (Under Army Council). June, 1915-February, 1919.
Norwich: The Ordeal of 1942.
GRICE (E.C. Le)
Notes & Reminiscences of a Staff Officer, Chiefly Relating to the Waterloo Campaign & to St. Helena Matters during the Captivity of Napoleon.
JACKSON (Lt.-Col. Basil)
Notes of a Camp-Follower on the Western Front.
HORNUNG (E.W.)
Notes of a Camp-Follower on the Western Front.
HORNUNG (E.W.)
Notes on Military Railway Engineering. Published under the Authority of the Quartermaster General. Part I- (Survey) 1940.
Notes on Military Railway Engineering. Published under the Authority of the Quartermaster General. Part II: Engineering 1940.
Notes on Military Railway Engineering. Published under the Authority of the Quartermaster General. Part IV: Operating. 1942.
Notes on the Battle of Waterloo.
KENNEDY (Gen. Sir James S., KCB)
Notes on the Operations of the British Expeditionary Force, August 22nd to September 9th, 1914.
MOORE (Capt. W., HLI Reserve of Officers)
Nova Scotia's Part in the Great War.
NOVA SCOTIA: HUNT (Capt. M.S.) Comp.
Number 4 Canadian Hospital: The Letters of Professor J.J. Mackenzie From the Salonika Front.




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