do not always know where to buy these, but the ISBN numbers could be
NEW NEW NEW
NEW NEW NEW, Finally published.
A book by Clive Law, released in
450 illustrations and 190 pages of information of mainly Nortons and Harley Davidsons as
used by the Canadian military. price 59.95 Can Dollars.
A must have for all Norton military
ISBN-EAN13 978-1-894581-57-8 (Service Publications,
Publications Ottawa Canada
A modellers view on colours. Well researched, wealth of
information. Probably hard to beat.
You can order direct from Mike Starmer, 18 Hillside road,
Piddington, Northants, NN 2DB, UK
For £10.00 plus £1.50 pound postage in the UK or £2.50 overseas
Published by the Author Mike Starmer.
A new edition of the "bible"
Includes new chapters covering VAOS system, standardisation and
dealing with defects and a full colour section featuring restored
ISBN: 0-7509-4451-X (Alan Sutton Publishing,
In my opinion, the most comprehensive book available
on the subject, giving basic information on
the different manufacturers of motorcycles, evaluated and used by the
British armed forces.
It lists amongst others brands, types, census numbers, contract numbers, frame and engine numbers, quantities dates and prices as
far as has been found until now (1995).
ISBN 0-7509-0777-0 (Alan Sutton Publishing,
A most informative book written by DR Section fitter
Jack Dienst, humorously as well as with fitting seriousness. Great
reading to learn how circumstances were and what was required
to keep a motorcycle on the road. Especially for the originality
freaks (or actually, the "proof" that anything
ISBN 0 9530206 0 6 (Brook Books, Ashford, UK)
The book was financed by his own means, and is now nearly finished.
A book written by DR/out rider Ron Pope, giving some
insight in the duties of an motorcycle outrider escorting General
ISBN 0 9535660-0-5 (Ron Pope, Bournemouth, UK)
A new book (2006) with original pictures, not always correct on
its captions, reasonable quality pictures, some known many unknown,
nice addition on clothing.
ISBN 1-84415-408-4 / 978-1-84415-408-1 (Pen & Sword
Books, Barnsley, UK)
A most interesting Video compilation of 3 official Army training
films of 1942. Remarkable quality.
Apart from a single shot of a Velocette MDD (WD MAC), it is all
Published by/available through, the Imperial War Museum, London,