By Major R.J.C. Evans, Captain G.R. Lewin, and Lieutenant E.L.Hamilton.
Published privately in 1946, 102 pages. Paperback - c.13cm by 21cm (A22NWSO)
From the foreword: The Authors of this History, which is a private publication, not for general distribution, earnestly hope that it will reach the homes of all those who at any time served with us and that it will help to preserve the good fellowship and comradeship which always existed within the Stafford Battery. It has been no easy task to collect the necessary data and we are sure that readers will forgive any inaccuracies or omissions. The contents include:
Soldiering Under Difficulties
Training and Waiting
Across the Channel
The First Action
The Battle for Caen
Noyers to the Orne
The Orne Bridgehead; the Pursuit
The Nijmegen Bridgehead
The ' 'Scheldt Pocket' and Flushing
Roermond and Venlo
Life as Super Heavy Artillery
Capt. R. S. Burne, R.A.
List of Casualties
Honours and Awards
Message from Brigadier Boylan, D.S.O.
Letter from Field Marshall Montgomery
Nominal Roll as at 3rd September, 1939
Nominal Roll as at June, 1944
The condition of the book is generally ok. The card covers have several minor scuffs, and further creasing and wear along the edges and corners. There is a small 0.5cm nic along the left hand edge of the rear side cover which extends through to the last inside page. The spine is intact, and all pages are intact, unblemished and tightly bound.