Digital Media For Sale

Digital items for sale prices.

Before I Forget

by Roy Cawston

First published in 1993, this celebrated volume has been out-of-print for many years and covers “some recollections of a Sharpshooter 1939-1946”. This is an updated edition by Roy.


Carpiquet Bound

by Walter Allen and Roy Cawston

First published as an A4 book in 1997 and no longer available in print. We are delighted to offer once again this pictorial tribute to 4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) 1939-1944.


Memory Diary

by Harry Ramsbottom

Harry was with 4 Squadron Middlesex Yeomanry (Signals) and this is an account of his service (often in the CO’s tank) from June 1940 to May 1943 covering el Gubi and Op Crusader, Knightsbridge box, Alam Halfa, El Alamein and the march to Tunisia whilst attached to 4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). In spirit Harry was a Sharpshooter and we remember him as such. Written in 1983 and first published in 1995 as a spiral bound A4 book.


The Sharpshooter Chronicles

by David Hannam

David has painstakingly scanned in all the available paper copies of the:

  • Sharpshooters news issued by the Hon Secretaries during WW2
  • Sharpshooters Gazette an A5 magazine from the late 1940s and 1950s
  • Association newsletters and journals up to and including the current edition

The pdf is enabled for searching (OCR – optical character recognition) and best viewed on a personal computer.


Undergunned with the Sharpshooters

by Walter Allen

First published in 1997 as a spiral bound A4 book, Walter wrote this on the back of the success of Carpiquet Bound having been encouraged to “keep scribbling” by a number of friends. It covers his time as a pre-War Territorial from 1938 through to demob in early 1946. Along the way, Walter was involved in all the major actions of 4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) through to the amalgamation at Carpiquet airfield.


The Sharpshooters 1900-2000

by Boris Mollo TD FSA

A new edition of the regimental history written by Boris Mollo in 1970 which brings the story up to date. There is important additional coverage of the last 30 years of C (Kent and Sharpshooters Yeomanry) Squadron, The Royal Yeomanry (RY) and HQ and 265 (KCLY) Signal Squadrons of 71st Yeomanry Signal Regiment illustrating how well Sharpshooters have adapted to the changing demands of territorial soldiering in the second half of the 20th century. The book is fully illustrated from the impressive collection of photographs built up by the regimental museum including a large selection from the Boer War, World War I and of Major W H J Sale MBE MC for World War II.


With the help of the AGIUS HANNAM Digital Collection team, we are delighted to offer a selection of digital items for viewing at your leisure on your choice of personal computer or digital eBook reader for the pdfs.

eBooks are pdfs available for download from DROPBOX only - details on how to do that will be provided following your purchase.

Contact David Hannam by email for details or to purchase at