Karkee Web: British & Empire Accoutrements and Personal Equipment of the Twentieth Century

Bibliography and References:

uk5In this section we've listed the main printed reference material we've used in researching and creating this site. We have NOT listed original offical documentation such as List of Changes entries (LoC), Army Council Instructions (A.C.I.), official instruction manuals, and other similar material. That material is referenced in the appropriate sections for each Equipment Pattern. In addition, please note that Albert Lethern's The Development of the Mills Woven Cartridge Belt 1877-1956 also has a separate page of its own.




Brayley, Martin J., British Web Equipment of the Two World Wars. Europa Militaria No. 32, The Crowood Press, U.K., 2005

Gordon, David B., Equipment of the WWII Tommy. Pictorial Histories Publishing Co. Inc., U.S.A., 2012

Kruk, Alfred A., Patronentaschen, Patroneng├╝rtel und Banduliere 1850 - 1950. Privately printed by Alfred A. Kruk, Germany, 2000

Landers, Rick, British Commonwealth Web Equipment 1871 - 1944. Landers Publishing, Australia, 2005

Landers, Rick, Saddle Up!: Australian Load Carrying Equipment of British, American and Local Origin. Landers Publishing, Australia, 1998

Lethern, Albert A., The Development of the Mills Woven Cartridge Belt 1877 - 1956. The Mills Equipment Company, U.K. no date [1956]

Mollo, Andrew, The Armed Forces of World War II. Uniforms, insignia and organisation. Orbis Publishing, 1981

O'Sullivan, Barry & O'Sullivan, Matthew, New Zealand Army Personal Equipment 1910 - 1945. Wilson Scott Publishing, New Zealand, 2005

Storey, Ed, '37 Web: Equipping the Canadian Soldier. UPCLOSE Series #7, Service Publications, Canada, 2003

Summers, Jack L., Tangled Web: Canadian Infantry Accoutrements 1855 - 1985. Canadian War Museum Historical Publication No. 26, Museum Restoration Service, Canada & USA, 1991