The Regimental Museum. (Info only, no website 18/6/07) Located 518 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.
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Selected Bibliography; The Highland Light Infantry, 71st and 74th Regiment.
|Cannon, Richard.||Historical records of the Seventy First Regiment, Highland Light Infantry.||Parker, Furnivall & Parker, 1852.|
|Cannon, Richard.||Historical records of the Seventy Fourth Regiment, (Highlanders)||Parker, Furnivall & Parker, 1850.|
|Grahame, John . Col.||Early days of the 74th Highland Regiment ( later 2nd Battalion The Highland Light Infantry)||the regiment 1951|
|anon||Regiment Records of the Highland Light Infantry ( old 71st and 74th)||John Horn Ltd. Glasgow 1914.|
|anon||Historical Records of the 74th Highlanders ( now 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry) from 1787 to 1887||James MacVeigh. London 1887|
|anon||Regimental Records of the First Battalion Highland Light Infantry formerly the 71st Highland Light Infantry 1777 to 1906||The Watling Works, Dinapore 1907|
|Oatts, L.B.||Proud Heritage. The Story of the Highland Light Infantry (4Vols)||Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd., London (vol 1) and House of Grant Ltd., Glasgow (vols 2-4) 1953-9|
|Chalmers, Thomas||An Epic of Glasgow. History of the 15th battalion The Highland Light Infantry ( City of Glasgow Regiment)||John McCallum, Glasgow. 1934|
|Chalmers, Thomas||A Saga of Scotland. History of the 16th battalion The Highland Light Infantry ( City of Glasgow Regiment)||John McCallum, Glasgow. |
| ||The 17th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Battalion) Record of War Service 1914-1918||David J. Clark 1920|
| ||The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the War, 1914-1918.||Glasgow: Printed for private circulation by Maclehose, Jackson & Co., 1921.|
| ||Book of the Sixth Highland Light Infantry.||Glasgow: Clark, 1918|
|Johnston R. T. Capt., Steward Capt. N. D., & Dunlop, Ian A. (Chaplain.)||Campaign in Europe. The Story of The 10th Battalion The Highland Light Infantry City of Glasgow Regiment), 1944-1945.||McCorduodale Glasgow 1946|
|D. R. M. [Donald R. McLaren]||A Silver Lining. The Glasgow Highlanders in France||John Smith & Son Ltd., Glasgow: . |
| ||1st Bn. The Glasgow Highlanders H.L.I. (from October 1944 to May 1945 during the campaign in North West Europe).||published by the Education Department, 1st Battalion The Glasgow Highlanders H.L.I. |
| ||Concise Official History of the 2nd Battalion The Glasgow Highlanders, The Highland Light Infantry. ||Lübeck: 1946 ["Not for sale"]|
General bibliography for this page.
|Officers of the Regiment.||Unpublished rolls in the care of the National Archives; WO 100/ etc.||-|
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| ||and other sources as listed on the Northumberland Fusiliers page || |