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|Musketry Regulations, Part I, 1909 (Reprinted with Amendments)||1912||United Kingdom||7,548 KB|
|Musketry Regulations, Part I, 1909 (Reprinted with Amendments)||1914||United Kingdom||12,280 KB|
|Musketry Regulation, Part II, 1910 (Reprinted with Amendments)||1914||United Kingdom||6,669 KB|
|Infantry Training (4-Company Organization)||1914||United Kingdom||17,418 KB|
|SS135J – The Division in Attack||1918||United Kingdom||4,912 KB|
|Section Leading||1928||United Kingdom||4,840 KB|
|Infantry Training: Training and War||1937||United Kingdom||12,695 KB|
|Manual of Map Reading, Photo Reading and Field Sketching 1929 (Reprinted with Amendments (Nos. 1 to 4))||1939||United Kingdom||7,140 KB|
|Volume II, Infantry Heavy Weapons, Pamphlet No. 26, Range-Finder No. 12, 1946 (Reprinted with Amendments (No. 1))||1949||United Kingdom||4,496 KB|
|Infantry Training, Volume IV, Tactics, Infantry Section Leading and Platoon Tactics|
|1950||United Kingdom||7.04 MB|
|The training manual for up to platoon level tactics in the infantry battalion, with information on how to equip the section and co-operation with the support company, including the medium machine guns, mortars and carriers.|
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