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Berrie, G., (1919). Under Furred Hats (6th Light Horse Regiment), W.C. Penfold: Sydney.


Black, D. (1931). Red Dust: An Australian Trooper in Palestine. Jonathan Cape: London.


Blackwell, F., & Douglas, R., (1950). The Story of the Third Australian Light Horse Regiment. Adelaide


Bonnell, M. & Sproul, A., (2012). Tibby Cotter: Fast Bowler, Larrikin, ANZAC. Walla Walla Press: Sydney.


Bostock, H., (1982). The Great Ride. Artlook Books: Perth, Western Australia.


Bou, J. (2010). Light Horse: A history of Australia’s mounted army. Cambridge University Press: Port Melbourne.


Bourne, G. (1926). History of the 2nd Light Horse Regiment. Northern Daily Leader: Tamworth, NSW.


Bradley, P., (2016). Australian Light Horse: the campaign in the Middle East, 1916-1918. Allen & Unwin: Crows Nest, NSW.


Burness, P. (2016). Chauvel in Palestine in Wartime. Official Magazine of the Australian War Memorial, (Summer). 66-69.


Daley, P., (2009). Beersheba: A journey through Australia’s forgotten war. Melbourne University Press: Melbourne.


Daley. P., (2011). Armageddon, Miegunyah Press: Carlton, Victoria.


Darley, T., (1924). With the Ninth Light Horse in the Great War. Hassell Press: Adelaide, SA.


Davison, F.D. (1933). The Wells of Beersheba. Angus & Robertson: Sydney


Emery, M., (2008). They Rode Into History (8 Light Horse), Slouch Hat Pub: McCrae, Victoria.


Flood, A., (2013). In the Footsteps of the First. Triple D Books: Wagga Wagga, NSW.


‘Trooper Gerardy’. (Edwin Field Gerard). (1919). Australian Light Horse Ballads and Rhymes. H.H. Champion: Melbourne.


Gullett, H., (1921). Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918, Vol VII: Sinai and Palestine. Angus & Robertson, Sydney.


Hammond, E., (1942). History of the 11th Light Horse Regiment. W. Brooks & Co: Brisbane.


Hill, A., (1978). Chauvel of the Light Horse: A Biography of General Sir Harry Chauvel GCMG, KCB. Melbourne University Press: Carlton, Victoria.


Hollis, K., (2008). Thunder of the Hooves (12 Light Horse). Australian Military History Publications: Loftus, NSW.


Holloway, D., (1990). Hooves, Wheels & Tracks (4/19 PWLH). Regimental Trustees: Melbourne.


Holloway, D., (2011). Endure & Fight (4 LH). 4th Light Horse Memorial Association: Port Melbourne.


Hunter, D., (1999). My Corps Cavalry (13 Light Horse). Slouch Hat publications: McCrae, Victoria.


Jones, I., (2007). A Thousand Miles of Battles: The Saga of the Australian Light Horse in WWI. ADCC Publications: Brisbane.


Langley. G. & Langley. E., (1976). Sand, sweat & camels: the Australian companies of the Imperial Camel Corps. Lowden Publishing: Kilmore, Victoria.


Lindsay, B. (2003). Horseman, Pass By. Simon & Schuster: East Roseville, NSW.


Mitchell, E. (1971). Light Horse to Damascus. Hutchinson: London.


Mitchell, E. (1978). Light Horse, The Story of Australia’s Mounted Troops. Macmillan: Melbourne.


Mitchell, E. (1987). The Lighthorsemen. Penguin: Ringwood, Victoria.


Mitchell, E., (1983). Chauvel Country. Macmillan: Melbourne.


Perry, R. (2009). The Australian Light Horse. Hachette: Sydney.


Rushby, P. (2012). The Horses Didn’t Come Home. Angus and Robertson: Sydney.


Idriess, I., (1936). The Desert Column: leaves from the diary of an Australian trooper in Gallipoli, Sinai, and Palestine, Angus and Robertson: Sydney.


Kent Hughes, W., (1919). Modern Crusaders: An Account of the Campaign in Sinai and Palestine Up to the Capture of Jerusalem, Melville & Mullen: Melbourne.


McCrae, L., (1986). Light Horse, K. B. Printing: Edwardstown, South Australia.


Olden, A., (1921). Westralian Cavalry in the War, Alexander McCubbin: Melbourne.


Richardson, J. (1919). History of the 7th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Radcliffe Press: Sydney.


Ryan, J. & Kemp, P., (2002). A Soldier’s Story of World War 1. Bartan: Glen Waverly, Victoria.


Smith, N., (1993). Men of Beersheba. Mostly Unsung Military History Research and Publications: Melbourne.


Starr, J. & Sweeney, C., (1989). Forward: History of the 2/14 Light Horse (QMI), University of Queensland Press: St Lucia, Queensland.


Starr, J., (2000). From the Saddlebags at War. ALH Association: Brisbane.


Stringer, C., (1999). 800 Horsemen. Col Stringer Ministries: Gold Coast, Queensland.


Staunton, A. & Page-Allen, C. (2008). Australian Light Horse, 2nd Edn. Department of Veterans Affairs: Canberra, ACT.


Vernon, P., (1986). The Royal New South Wales Lancers. Royal New South Wales Lancers Centenary Committee: Parramatta, NSW.


Wilson, L. & Wetherell, H., (1926). History of the Fifth Light Horse Regiment. Motor Press: Sydney.