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Bulletin Issue 268 May 2017, (Vol. 67, pp: 169 - 224)
- Badge Notes (259-261)*, Gary Gibbs, p:172.
- Northern Ireland TA Band: brief note on its change of name to the Royal Irish Regiment Band, also known as the Northern Ireland Staff Band. p: 172.
- 3rd Durham (The Sunderland) Volunteer Corps*, Ray Westlake, p: 173.
- Bath Volunteers 1798-1802*, Howard Ripley, p: 174. (officer’s button). (See Bulletin 263, pp: 125-126).
- Two West Country Excavated Cross Belt Plates*, Dixon Pickup, pp:174-175.
- Some English Fencible Buttons*, Howard Ripley, pp: 176-179. (See Bulletin 269 for additional information, p: 56.)
- Another Unusual Yeomanry Arm Badge*, Gary Gibbs, p: 180. (See Bulletin 269 for additional information, p: 56.)
- School Town and Village Memorial Records, Cliver Elderton, pp: 180-182.
- Shoulder Belt Plates of the Birmingham Loyal Association of Volunteers*, Anthony Skelsey, pp: 182-187. by Command of the King and Parliament of England Addiscombe: The East India Company’s Military Seminary 1809-1861*, David Howell, pp: 187-203.
- A Counter Narrative of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, 9-12 April 1917 and the Use of Adaptive Leadership*, Matthew Hirst & Robert Price, pp: 204-211.
- Shoulder Belt Plate of Edward Ringberry 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment of Foot*, Anthony Skelsey, pp: 212-217.
- Correspondence: Ferdinando Smith Uniforms*, pp: 223-224. (illustrations omitted from article of the same name in Issue 267, pp: 135-140.)
- Correspondence: Identification sought for two brass badges – illustrated on p: 203*, (Q279) p: 224.