After the Wall Came Down (Hardback)
Soldiering through the Transformation of the British Army, 1990–2020
A look at the British Army in the post-Cold War era, based on dozens of accounts by ex-soldiers who served through an army transformed by a technological revolution, reduced government spending on the military, new global threats, and changing social norms. Covers the changing role of women in the army, racism in the army, and the lifting of the ban on homosexuals in the army and the changing of attitudes.
The book is a well deserved five Mr Mushroomheads. It is a must read for anyone with an interest in how the army has continued beyond 1991, and probably should be read by many of ARRSE's old and bold who are still stuck in the cold war.ARRSE (Army Rumour Service)
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