The History of the Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment. (Royal Canadians). Late The 100th Prince of Wale's Royal Canadian Regimentm descended from The 100th Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment of Foot disbanded in Canada in 1818: And The 109th Foot formerly The Honourable East India Company's 3rd Bombay European Regiment: To which were added in 1881 as 3rd, 4th and 5th Battalions respectively The King's County Militia and The Royal Meath Militia: And the 6th and 7th Service Battalions raised in 1914 on the Outbreak of the Great War.
Aldershot. Gale & Polden Ltd. . Hardcover. thick8vo, 21.5cm, in 2 volumes, x,483 & vii,570pp., with 12 plates inc. frontis, 18 folding maps, mapped endpapers, volume indexes, silk bookmarks (Regimental colours) bound-in, original blue & green cloth, gilt spine titles & Regimental crest on the upper cover, some slight edge wear otherwise a very good to fine set, rare. (cmt) In two parts . Volume I: The Old Army. Service in Canada (War of 1812), India, Indian Mutiny, Ireland, and Boer War. Volume II: The Great War and The Disbandment of the Regiment. The Regiment fought in France, Gallipoli, Macedonia and Palestine. The Regiment was disbanded in 1922 with the formation of the modern Irish Free State. Colonel Whitton also wrote "Wolfe and North America" (1929). Item #40154