The Trust still has copies available of a document pack, ‘Buckinghamshire in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars’, prepared for the bi-centenary of the Bucks Yeomanry in 1994; and copies of the illustrated exhibition guide accompanying its Heritage Lottery Fund sponsored ‘Picking Up the Threads’ exhibition in 2006, which looked at the conservation of the Trust’s unique flag and guidon collection. It also now has available the booklet, ‘The Last Charge’, accompanying the major exhibition on the 1/1st Royal Bucks Hussars at El Mughar in Palestine in November 1917 at Bucks County Museum from October 2017 to January 2018
The Trust also has display panels from the ‘Buckinghamshire in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars’ exhibition, and from the ‘Buckinghamshire in the South African War’ centenary exhibition, held in 2000. Subject to the availability of its volunteer curator, the Trust can also arrange an illustrated talk on ‘The Real Dad’s Armies in Buckinghamshire’, looking at the county’s local military forces from the Elizabethan period to the Second World War.
Victoria Cross Holders and Buckinghamshire
List of Battlefield Crosses in Bucks
Bucks in the Great War A Research Framework
The Last Charge: The 1/1st Royal Bucks Hussars at El Mughar, 13 November 1917
Tracing Bucks Servicemen of the Great War
A Bucks Bibliography for the Great War
The Amateur Military Tradition in Buckinghamshire
Bucks in WW2
Today’s Citizen Soldiers
Bucks and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1792-1815: Documents
Conservation of a Buckinghamshire Colour
Buckinghamshire and the British Expeditionary Force, 1940: An Online Exhibition
Buckinghamshire: A Military History Chapter One: Origins to 1603
Buckinghamshire: A Military History Chapter Two: 1603-1660
Buckinghamshire: A Military History Chapter Three: 1660-1792
Buckinghamshire: A Military History Chapter Four: 1792-1815
Buckinghamshire: A Military History Chapter Five: 1815-1859
Buckinghamshire: A Military History Chapter Six: 1859-1899
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