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Helpful individuals for making this site as it is (in alphabetical order) by giving me new information on various subjects:
  

Abbot, Ed
Bullock, Alan
Joore, Henk
Klijndijk, Fred
Klinke, Michael
Madden, Steve
McKevitt, Francis (Mac)
Meel, Rob van
Mike, Starmer
Miller, Rob
Payne, Richard
Putten, Peter van der
Peter Roydhouse

Sammut, Clive
Schmidt, Lex
Tinley, John
VanderVelde, Jan
Waeltermann, Thomas
Walker,Timothy
England
England
Holland
Holland
Denmark
England
England
Holland
England
England
Belgium
Holland
England
Malta
Holland
England
Belgium
Germany
England
And the owners who have been so kind to come forward with their frame and engine numbers!!

Rob

Sources used for making this site

Military Norton Spare parts lists:
16H contracts; C8753, C9681, A9764, RAF (solo), C5109, Y6730/8279, C5612, C6127, C6653, V/C7353, C9062, C10217, C11082, C12426, C14498, S2602, S5161, (S2762, S3959, S7010 (RAF Combo's))
Big 4 contracts; V3565, C6831, C7576, C11297
Peculiar Australian 1942 list for 1938, 1939 and 1940 bikes based on the 1938 civilian list.
Civilian Norton spare parts lists:
1937 (models 1, 16H, 18, 19, 20, ES2, 50, 55, CS1, 30, CJ, 40),
1938 and 1939 appendix ( models 1, 16H, 18, 19, 20, ES2, 50, 55, CS1, 30, CJ, 40),
1946 (models 1, 16H, 18) and
1947 (models 1, 16H, 18 & ES2)
Norton Maintenance manuals and instuction books; 101/NC1, 101/NC3A (16H), 101/NC2 (Big 4) 
Norton 16H Riders/Drivers handbooks (earlier and) 100/NC.3A and Big 4 Drivers handbook 100/NC2
British Army (War Office) contemporary documents: 
- Army Book 412 and 412M, 406 and 405
- Inspection Maintenance and care of "B" Vehicles,
- Allocation by Central Census of "B" Vehicle W.D. Numbers (Royal Army Ordnance Corps,
  Central Ordnance Depot Chilwell) 
Original Norton Assembly books, Norton Motors
Motor Cycling Manual, 11th edition, Temple Press limited, Bowling Green Lane London, E.C.I. (1941 or 1942)
British Forces Motorcycles, Orchard & Madden, Alan Sutton Publishing, Stroud, UK
A Civilian in Uniform, Jack Dienst, Brook Books, Ashford, UK
War on two wheels, Ron Pope, Bournemouth, UK
Army Motor Cycling, Original Army Instruction films, 1942, Video of the IWM
Norton, Motorcycles 1928 to 1955, All roadster models (348 cc to 596 cc), 1959, Temple Press ltd, London
Military Motorcycles of World war 2, Roy bacon, Osprey Publishing Limited
Norton Singles OHV & SV, 1931 - 1966, Roy Bacon, Niton Publishing, Ventnor, Isle of Wight 
Norton Motor cycles, A practical guide covering all models from 1932, E.M. Franks, 1949, C. Arthur Pearson Ltd, London
The Book of the Norton ( 1932 to 1936 ), W.C. Hayward, Pitman Publishing, England, 3rd edition, 1936
The Book of the Norton ( 1932 to 1937 ), W.C. Hayward, Pitman Publishing, England, 3rd edition, reprint 1937
The Book of the Norton ( 1932 to 1938 ), W.C. Hayward, Pitman Publishing, England, 4th edition, 1938
The Book of the Norton ( from 1932 onwards),  W.C. Hayward, Pitman Publishing, England, 4th edition, 1st reprint 1941
The Book of the Norton ( 1932 to 1947),  W.C. Hayward, Pitman Publishing, England, 5th edition, 1947
The Book of the Norton (1932 to 1952 ), W.C. Hayward, Pitman Publishing, England, 7th edition, 1953
ik zou wéér zo gek zijn/mannen van de Irene brigade, Hanny S.R. Meijler, 1984,  Thieme, Nijmegen
Vlucht door de tijd, 75 jaar Nederlandse Luchtmacht, Kolonel A.P. de Jong, 1988, Unieboek B.V., Houten
Articles from original magazines from 1939 to 1945: Motor Cycling, The Motor Cycle
Norton, the motor cycle for military service, prewar Norton brochure, undated 
Norton Singles, Roy Bacon, Osprey Collection library, 1983, ISBN 0-85045-485-9
Norton, Mick Woollett, Osprey, 1992,  ISBN 185532-2021
Les motos et la guerre, Jacques Bongé & Nicolas Vrasimoff, 1976, Ballard, ISBN 2-7158.0049-5
The vintage motorcyclists workshop, Radco, Haynes, 1986, ISBN 0-85429-472-4
The War in France and Flanders 1939 - 1940, Major J.F. Ellis, Crown copyright 1953
Commando despatch rider, from D-day to Deutschland 1944-45, Raymond Mitchell, published 2001 by Leo Cooper, Pen & Sword books Barnsley, ISBN 0 85052 797 X
 Peter Roydhouse, Roadholder No. 136-Nov/Dec 1987


 

Known or expected copyright sources of pictures 

AB Alan Bullock, England
AK AM Klinke, Denmark
AHSdeV Arjan HS de Vries, NL
HJ Henk Joore, NL
CS Clive Sammut, Malta
DF Desree Falzon, Malta
FK Fred Klijndijk  webmaster  Marechausseenostalgie
GF Gaby Fraikin (B?)
IM Imperial War Museum, UK
JT John Tinley, UK
KP Knoppert Putten, NL
LK Leon Kuiper, NL
MK Maarten Koopman, NL
NM National War Museum Association on Malta
LM.nl legermotoren.nl
LSK Jubilee book 75 years Dutch Air force, See book references
P Personal collection, NL
RM Rob Miller
SMC Stichting Marechaussee Contact
Twenot Tweede Nedelandse organisatie van tank hobbyisten
U Unknown
MMC Military Motorcycles of World War 2
   
   

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