The Lion and The Rose, Journal of The King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster)

ii THE LION AND THE ROSE BOOKS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED s. d. Fieldcraft, Sniping and Intelligence. By Major Nevill Armstrong, O.B.E., F.R.G.S., late Chief Reconnaissance Officer, Canadian Army ... 6 u C O N T E N T S — Observation— Scouting— Sniping— Care and Use of the Telescope— Camouflage— The New Military Landscape Sketching— Messages and Reports— Map Reading— Use of Compass— Judging Distance— Musketry and Telescopic Sights— The P. ’14 Rifle and P. ’18 Telescopic Sight— Snipers’ Posts, Loopholes. Observation Posts and Hides— Duties of Battalion Intelligence Officer— Intelligence Logs or Reports Sniping in Attack and Defence and Night Sniping— The Battalion Intelligence Section in Attack in Trench Warfare. 1914-1918— Patrolling— Intelligence— Aeroplane Photo­ graphs. Appendices: Observation Exercises— Patrolling Exercises Sniper Course (Time-tables, etc.)— Training Syllabi. Simplified Tactical Instruction. By Lt.-Col. G. M. Gamble, The Sherwood Foresters. With a Foreword by Brigadier C. E. Hudson, V.C., D.S.O., M.C., General Staff ................................... 2 6 Notes for Section Commanders. By Brigadier J. Jefferson, p.s.c., Illustrated with Diagrams ................................................... 0 9 More Sand Table Exercises. By Major A. W. Valentine, M.B.E., The Devonshire Regiment. Comprising 10 Sand Table Exercises suitable for N.C.Os. of the Regular Army and Territorial Army, the Dominion Forces and for Cadets of Officers Training Corps. With 10 Maps of Sand Models, and over 50 Problems and Solutions for Platoons, Sections, Mortar Detachments and Intelligence Sections...........................2 6 The Company Commanders’ Training and Administrative Pocket Book............................................................................................................... I 3 600 Questions and Answers on Military Law. By H. M. Shurlock, Major, late Royal Engineers and Royal Fusiliers; Wing Commander! Royal Air Force; Deputy Judge Advocate General, Southern Rhodesia; formerly Deputy Judge Advocate General, British Forces, Middle East; and of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister-at-Law ... ... ... ... ... 5 q Printed and Published by GALE & POLDEN LTD. ALDERSHOT and at LONDON and PORTSMOUTH W RITE FOR COM PLETE CATALOGUE Published by the Hon. Editor, Bowerham Barracks, Lancaster, and printed in Great Britain by G alk < f c P olden L td., Wellington Works, Aldershot. Local and Regimental Advertisements, The Editor, Bowerham Barracks, Lancaster Agents for National Advertisements— The Association of Service Newspapers, 67-68 Jermyn Street, St. James’s, S.W .i.
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