Unsurprisingly, there are a lot of books about war in this chronological list of things in Monstrous Regiment. See them in alphabetical order here.
Ins-and-Outs – Aka the Tenth Foot and the Cheesemongers. Sergeant Jackrum and his “lads”, including Polly Perks.
Borogravian National Anthem – It goes as follows. (Tune unknown, thankfully.)
Awake, ye sons of the Motherland!
Taste no more the wine of the sour apples
Woodsmen, grasp your choppers!
Farmers, slaughter with the tool formerly used for lifting beets the foe!
Frustrate the endless wiles of our enemies
We into the darkness march singing
Against the whole world in arms coming
But see the golden light upon the mountain tops!
The new day is a great big fish!
Book of Nuggan – Containing the abominations (at least 6668) unto Nuggan within.
Ankh-Morpork Times, The – Newspaper started by William de Worde.
Electrick Floorbanger – Drink that even some trolls can’t handle.
Craft of War, The – Owned by Lieutenant Blouse.
Principles of Engagement – Owned by Lieutenant Blouse.
Battle Studies – Owned by Lieutenant Blouse.
Tactical Defense – Owned by Lieutenant Blouse.
First Heavy Dragoons – Prince Heinrich’s Zlobenian outfit.
Tacticus: The Campaigns – Owned by Lieutenant Blouse.
Burleigh and Stronginthearm Number Five Recurved – “A real killing weapon”, made in Ankh-Morpork, possessed by a Zlobenian soldier.
Blackheart Tobacco – Favored, over Jolly Sailor, by Sergeant Jackrum.
Jolly Sailor Tobacco – Appreciated by Granny Aching. If you turn a packet upside down, you can see a nak….
Treaty of Lint – Confirmed that the Kneck province was Borogravian. Presumably it did more as well, but maybe not.
Comedy of Cuckolds, A – Lieutenant Blouse once played the part of Lady Spritely in this play.
‘Tis Pity She’s a Tree – Lieutenant blouse once played the part of the Widow Trembler in this play.
Klatchian Rare Roasted – Coffee promoted…”When a Pickaxe is Not Enough!” Delivered by Buggy Swires for Maladict.
Art of Defense, The – Owned by Lieutenant Blouse.
Unorthodox Potato Church – Not to be confused with the Plain, Ancient, Orthodox, or Reformed Potato Churches.
Old Book of Om – Is rather unyielding on the subject of witches.