A History of the Formation and Development of the Volunteer Infantry (1903) by Robert Potter Berry

A History of the Formation and Development of the Volunteer Infantry, from the Earliest Times, Illustrated by the Local Records of Huddersfield and its Vicinity from 1794 to 1874 was written by Robert Potter Berry and published in 1903.

Berry was a former Lieutenant of the 6th West York Rifle Volunteers and the book was dedicated to Sir Thomas Brooke of Armitage Bridge, the former Commandant of the 5th Administrative Battalion of the West Riding of Yorkshire Rifle Volunteers.

Unfortunately, the digitisation carried out by Google Books has some unwanted artefacts.

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A History of the Formation and Development of the Volunteer Infantry (1903) by Robert Potter Berry

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