Prince Albert's Ancestry

Author: Edward Tauerschmidt

Publisher: N.A



Page: 138

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The Great Little Book of Prince Albert Microadventures

Author: Stephanie Rohrbach

Publisher: Stephanie Rohrbach

ISBN: 0620904267

Category: Travel

Page: 169

View: 7532

Microadventures are for everyone – young and old, tall or small, fit or funky. Pull up your socks and get out of your comfort zone. Discover gorgeous views and endless vistas; feel the silence, listen to the wind and greet the sun. Meet the tortoise and the kudu. Connect with nature and your inner adventurer; open your eyes & meet the people – have loads of fun! Prince Albert has a lot to give: Swartberg Mountains, Karoo Space and lots of blue sky; gentle walks and exhilarating descents; dry waterfalls, trails of wonder and a colourful cast of local characters. Heaps of cultural history and a thriving, caring community.

Historical record of the Thirteenth, 1st Somerset: Prince Albert's Regiment of Light Infantry

Author: Richard Cannon

Publisher: Good Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 113

View: 7117

This is an account of the formation of Prince Albert's Regiment of Light Infantry in 1685, and of its subsequent services to 1848. Richard Cannon was a chief clerk in the adjutant's office of The Horse Guards and was tasked to write a history of every serving regiment in the British Army at that point in the nineteenth century. The author of this teaching book maintains that many people go through life handicapped when it comes to their ability to write fluently. The argument is that many pupils never learn the basics of good posture and practice when it comes to the physical act of writing. The book is an attempt to correct that.

History of the 4th Battalion The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's)

Author: Lt.-Col. C. G. Lipscomb

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 178151593X

Category: History

Page: 141

View: 2682

The story of a typical infantry battalion of a county regiment as they fought their way from the beaches of Normandy to the River Elbe. In the proud words of Lt. Gen. G.I. Thomas, their divisional commander, the 4th Somersets ‘Never had a failure and never lost an inch of ground… they knew they were better men than the Germans and never ceased to show it’. Unusually for an official history of this kind, the book has no single author, but includes contributions from all ranks to build a picture of such hard-fought actions as Hill 112 and Mount PIncon in the Normandy campaign; the heavily contested crossing of the RIver Seine, the ‘taking out’ of the ancient German town of Cleve, and finally the taking of the north German port city of Bremen. This is the story of the final months of the Second World War in Europe seen through the eyes of the men who won it.