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34th Company Imperial Yeomanry

Published: T Fisher Unwin, London, 1902

Edition: first

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The Story of the 34th Company (Middlesex) Imperial Yeomanry from the point of view of Private No 6243.

xix and 540 pages. 46 plates, 16 text maps, folding map of Orange River Colony. Publisher's cloth.

Please note postage will be added at $15 (UK), $20 (EEC) or $30 (worldwide).

The Middlesex IY was raised as the Uxbridge Hussars in 1830 and was designated Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry in 1838. It provided three companies of IY in South Africa. In 1908 it was redesignated 1st County of London Yeomanry.

  • Jacket Condition: none
  • Binding Condition: good, some light foxing
  • Overall Condition: good
  • Size: 22 cm by 14 cm
  • Sold By: Victor Sutcliffe
  • Contact Person: Victor Sutcliffe
  • Country: United Kingdom
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