Bibliography and Acknowledgments
Bibliograph (updated 4th October 2007) (Now out of print)
Bravest of Hearts - The Biography of a Battalion, Giblin, Hal, with Evans, David, and Reeves, Dennis. 2000 ISBN 0-9539540-0-5, Winordie Publications (This book is now out of print; there are no immediate plans for republication. It is still in copyright)
The Liverpool Scottish 1900 - 1919, McGilchrist A.M., Henry Young and Sons Ltd., 1930 (OOP)
The Liverpool Scottish 1900 - 1919,McGilchrist A.M., Henry Young and Sons Ltd., 1930 (OOP) - reprinted Naval and Military Press - available from the Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum (maps reduced in black and white)
Special Service of a Hazardous Nature; The Story of the Involvement of the Liverpool Scottish in Special Forces Operations in WW2 Reeves,Dennis (compiler), 2007, Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum Trust Available from the Museum Trust (limited supply)
A Brief History of the Liverpool Scottish 1859- 2006, Reeves, Dennis, 2006, Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum Trust. Available from the Museum Trust
Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons), Fairrie, Angus, 2nd Revised Edition 1998 ISBN0-9508986-2-7
Chavasse - Double VC: Clayton, Ann. First published by Leo Cooper 1992 and subsequent editions. ISBN -85052-296-X (available in softback format from the Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum )
Citizen Soldiers: The Liverpool Territorials in theFirst World War, McCartney, Helen B., Cambridge University Press 2005, ISBN0-521-84800- . This work, the outcome of a PhD thesis, concentrates on the two 'class' battalions of the Liverpool infantry Territorials (ie the King's Liverpool Regiment) at the time of the First World War, the 10th (Liverpool Scottish) and the 6th (Liverpool Rifles). Dr McCartney provides a social sketch of the city prior to 1914 and uses a wide range of sources, many from the Liverpool Scottish Museum Trust, to investigate the relationships between officers and men and attitudes to trench warfare and command.
Altcar - The Story of a Rifle Range: Cook MBE TD, Lt Col Michael . Published by TAVRA for North West of England and the Isle of Man 1989. ISBN 0 9515684 1 8. Available from the successor to TAVRA: RFCA for the North West of England and the IOM, Alexandra Court, 28 Alexandra Road, LIVERPOOL L178YE (cost £1 plus post and packing) or from the Red Rose, Altcar Range, Hightown near Liverpool (in person)
Diary of Captain Bryden McKinnell MC 1stNovember 1914 to 14th June 1915: published privately after the First World War.
The Story of the 55th Division 1916 - 1918: Coop DSO TD MA, The Rev J.O., (Chaplain to the Forces First Class [TF]). Published by Liverpool 'Daily Post' Printers 1919(OOP) (reprinted in 2002 by the Naval and Military Press with maps in black and white and panorama photos)
Historical Records of the Cameron Highlanders
Regimental Journals give details of activities year by year
- Liverpool Scottish Regimental Gazette (runs available in the Liverpool Scottish Museum)
- 79th News (Cameron Highlanders)
- The Queen's Own Highlander
- The Highlander
- The Kingsman
'R' (King's/Liverpool Scottish ) Battery RA 1967-68: Lt Col AJ Moore TD. Article in the Bulletin of the Military Historical Society, November 1997, Vol. 48 Issue No 190.
Dr Diana Henderson - Scotland at War Fact Files
Thanks are due to Mark Driscoll (ex St Aelred's and Trinity Hall, Cambridge), David Higgins (ex St Aelred's and Magdalen College, Oxford) and Matthew Cummins (ex St Aelred's, Newton-le-Willows) for technical assistance and labour.
Tartans Of Scotland - http://www.tartans.scotland.net/ ipe Major Chris Eyre,
Liverpool Scottish Regimental Association Pipe Band - http://www.ceyre.freeserve.co.uk/Best of Bagpipes (MIDI files): Best Of Bagpies (Please do not expect these files to sound like the massed Pipes and Drum at the Edinburgh Tattoo; they are a simple quickly downloadable resource giving a sketch of a huge range of pipe tunes).