Q is for The Queen’s Regiment

Six volumes to cover two hundred and forty three years is slow going even by the standards of regimental historians. You’d have thought John Davis had spent his entire life in the regiment and lacked any kind of hinterland. Not so. Grace’s Guide to British Industrial History tells us he was “Honorary Colonel of theContinue reading “Q is for The Queen’s Regiment”

A is for Sir George Arthur

I have been selling books for more years than I care to remember. Just at the moment I’m locked down so the one thing I don’t want to do is to sell anything. The idea is to start from A and go through to Z. A is for Sir George Arthur Bt (1860-1946) here depictedContinue reading “A is for Sir George Arthur”