Some publishers produce reprints of older books relating to India, or books on specialist topics such as military.
Naval and Military Press sell books that cover a wide range of military history with titles on uniforms, battles, official and regimental histories, medal rolls and casualties lists etc.
An example of one of its books is The East India Company's Arsenals & Manufactories by Brig-Gen Henry A. Young, Director of Ordnance Factories in India 1917-1920, first published in 1937 and re-published in 2005, which gives historical background of munitions factories etc.
Also see Military reading list.
Leonaur Publishing publish hard to find and rare books. Its books on Military History include titles relating to India.
British Association for Cemeteries in South Asia (BACSA)
A complete list of publications may be found on the BACSA website, accessible here. Also refer Country Sea Service, Ships and sailing reading list, Society reading list - Anglo Indian, Transport and communications reading list.
Pagoda Tree Press
Pagoda Tree Press states it "is an Independent Publishing House, producing a highly specialised range of books on the History of India, Tibet and the Himalayas; with a particular emphasis on the History of Photography in that region. Founded by Hugh Rayner in 2000... we also republish a variety of rare and unusual historical works on the Himalayas: early Travel Guides, Route Planners, Maps & Pamphlets, important historical & reference works, long out-of-print travel writing from the Himalayan region, as well as newly written histories of Indian Hill Stations".
An associated business is Hugh Ashley Rayner Vintage Photography from India
Also see Photographer - Books
Kabristan Archives was founded by Eileen Hewson .The website states her passion for old graveyards has been the inspiration for her travels in the Indian subcontinent. From the former British hill stations across the Himalayas, to the tea plantations of Assam and Ceylon she has searched for the Irish and the British who died there. The publications include books on India and Ceylon. Some secondhand books, and other new books, are also available
Savannah Publications, London publish Military books such as Medal Rolls and Lists of various kinds, including reprints. Books include
- Ubique: War Services of Officers of the Bengal Army by T.C. Anderson, originally published 1863.
- War Services of British and Indian Officers of the Indian Army 1941 Facsimile reprint of: Indian Army List 1941 Supplement.
- Officer Casualties of the Indian Armies 1803-1946 by Anthony J. Farrington The author was Director of the India Office Records collection at the British Library
- Three companion volumes by K.J. Asplin China Medal Roll 1856-60: British Army, China Medal Roll 1856-60: Royal Navy, Despatches of the China War 1856-60
- Taming the Tiger: The Story of the India General Service Medal 1908–1935 by Richard G.M.L. Stiles. Includes Medal Rolls and Rolls of Honour
D.P. & G. Military Publishers
D.P. & G. Military Publishers republish a range of historical books relating to the British and Indian Army including India’s Army by Major D. Jackson originally published 1940 and Her Majesty’s Indian & Colonial Forces by Walter Richards, illustrated by H.Bunnett originally published 1896.Some secondhand books are also available
Archive CD Books Ireland
Archive CD Books Ireland exists to make reproductions of old books, documents and maps available on CD to genealogists and historians. The Archive CD Books Project was started in England in 2000, and has now spread to several countries worldwide. Since late 2008 Archive CD Books Ireland has incorporated the British branch of the organisation. It is intended that a new British site will be established.