Desert Of Death By : Leo Docherty
Does for the British military what Jarhead did for the US. Leo Durocher was a serving British soldier on the ground in Afghanistan up until his explosive article in the Sunday Times in 2006. This book is set to be a time bomb under the British military presence in Afghanistan, criticizing tactics, strategy, implementation, equipment and the wisdom behind the operation.
|Number of Pages:||192 Pages|
|Publisher:||faber & faber|
|What's in the Box?||1 x Desert Of Death|