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Bulletin Issue 184, May 1996, (Vol. 46, pp: 169-224)
- More on Band Badges and Others by John Gaylor. pp: 170-171. (see Issue 182).
- Birkenhead Memorial, Suffolk Regiment. [Group photo] p: 172. (see Correspondence: Issue 185, also Issues 165, 167, 178 & 182).
- A Rare Badge* by W.Y. Carman. [Pipe Major, London Scottish] pp: 173-174.
- The Aegean Adventures of Captain John Pyke: Royal Artillery, Civil Affairs Officer
- Attached to the Special Boat Squadron* by Mike Beckett. pp: 175-188.
- The Ballymascanlon Rangers – An Irish Masonic Volunteer Corps* by F. Glenn Thompson. p: 189.
- The Great Devizes Plot by Roderick de Norman. [German pow, Dec. '44] pp: 190-193 (see Correspondence: Issue 185).
- An Early Lance Cap* by W.Y. Carman. pp: 193-195 (see Correspondence: Issue 185).
- Commanders and Staff in the First World War by John Hussey. pp: 195-203.
- ISF Lancers in Burma, A Comment on the Services of, With a Summary of Services
- of Jodhpur State Forces ... WW2 by Cliff Parrett. pp: 203-208. (see Correspondence, Issue 180 [Gwalior Lancers], also Issues 178, 179 & 181).
- A Technical Infantry Colonel Before WW1 by Lt. Col. E.T. Lummis. pp: 208-209.
- Correspondence: AGC Dress – the Latest. pp: 218-219. (see Issue 181).
- Correspondence: Brock the Gallant Optimist. p: 219. (see Correspondence: Q59, Issue 180).
- Correspondence: Volunteer Corps of Old Blues. pp: 219-220. (see Correspondence: Q37, Issue 173.)
- Correspondence: London Welsh Rifles. p: 220. (see Issue 91).
- Correspondence: Imperial Frontiersmen – query [not numbered] p: 220. (see Correspondence: Issues 185 & 187).
- Correspondence: A Bit Deolali. p: 221.
- Correspondence: 47th (Middlesex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron. pp: 221-222. (see Correspondence: Issues 183 & 185).
- Correspondence: QMGS Walsall OTC. pp: 222-223. (see Correspondence: Issue 188).
- Correspondence: Armada and Combined Ops. [153 Gurkha Para. Bn.] p: 223.
- Correspondence: Webbing Equipment. pp: 223-224.
- Correspondence: The War Lords. p: 224. (see Issue 179 & Correspondence: Issue 181).