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Bulletin Issue 235, February 2009, (Vol. 59, pp: 113-168)
- Liverpool’s Civil Service Rifles* by Howard Ripley. [button] p: 115.
- The British Infantry Shako 1800-1897 by Gary Gibbs. pp: 115-117.
- (additional information to Special publication on the shako).
- Badge Notes* by Gary Gibbs. pp: 118-119.
- The 4th Monmouthshire Rifle Volunteers* by Philip Haythornthwaite. p: 120.
- Ballincollig: Three Band Boys, Marie Lindsay and Others* by Robert Bonner. pp: 121-132.
- The Ayreshire Fencibles by Philip Haythornthwaite. p: 132. (see also Issues 231, 232, 233 & 236).
- Miniature of Lt. Col. William Morison, 22nd Bombay Native Infantry, HEIC Service,
- 1784-1867* by Anthony Skelsey. pp: 132-135.
- Who Was the Youngest Rifleman of the Rifle Brigade Killed in the Great War? by D.A. Haighton. pp: 135-138. (see Correspondence: Issue 236).
- Some Memories of an Old Badge Collector by Ray Westlake. pp: 138-140.
- Bruneval and St. Nazaire: The Extraordinary Story of Jewish Commando Peter
- Thomas Lorenz Nagel* by Martin Sugarman. pp: 141-160.
- Correspondence: Female Uniform. p: 165. – Q229. (see Correspondence: Issue 236).
- Correspondence: 2/10th London Regiment: A227. p: 166. (see Correspondence: Issue 234).
- Correspondence: Indian Unattached List. p: 166. (see ‘Badge Notes’, Issue 234).
- Correspondence: ASC Number: A224. p: 166. (see Correspondence: Issue 234).
- Correspondence: An Unusual Cap: A226. pp 166-167. (see Correspondence: Issue 234).
- Correspondence: Field Service Cap. p: 167. – Q231. (see Correspondence: Issues 236 & 237).
- Correspondence: Sadler’s Sharp Shooters. p: 167. – Q232. (see Issue 236).
- Correspondence: Ju-Jitsu Volunteer Training Corps. pp: 167. – Q233.
- Correspondence: Infantry Records, Preston. p: 168. – Q234.
- Correspondence: Sgt. Maj. S. White, Grenadier Guards. p: 168. (see Issue 234).