Second To None by R.M.P. Carver. This history of the regiment from 1919-1945 covers a period when the regiment was both horsed and armoured. It shows too that our reputation as a great fighting Regiment was as high when we fought in our tanks, as it was in those distant days of Marlborough’s Campaigns and Waterloo when we fought on our grey horses. Hardback, 212 pages, 1998 edition by DP&G.