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Cold War Warriors (Kindle)

Regimental History Military

By Lieutenant Colonel David Stone
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
File Size: 29.7 MB (.mobi)
Pages: 448
ISBN: 9781473803596
eBook Released: 1st August 2007


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With over four years research, the author draws upon the regimental archives and journals, anecdotes, personal and official diaries, and a wide range of other documents and interviews. The bookÕs recurring themes are the changing nature of infantry soldiering, the constant battle of the Army to recruit, and the traditions and the ÔonenessÕ of an infantry regiment. Special emphasis and extensive coverage is also given to the 1st BattalionÕs operational activities and to the Northern Ireland campaign in particular.

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About Lieutenant Colonel David Stone

David John Anthony Stone (born 1947) is an established military author and historian and a former British army officer. Most of his ten books on various aspects of military conflict have been written and published since he retired from active military duty in 2002, including several studies on the Prussian and German armies throughout the course of history: an area in which his particular expertise is today acknowledged both in the UK and abroad. He is a Member of the Society of Authors and of several other professional, literary and historical or heritage-related groups and organisations. He has maintained a close  connection with the heritage and historical perspectives of his former regiment, serving from 2002 to 2015 as a senior trustee of what is today The Rifles (Berkshire and Wiltshire) Museum at Salisbury. He was elected a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute in 1994 and a Member of  the Institute of Directors in 2000. He is married and lives in Devon, England.

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