A Million Bullets: The Real Story of the British Army in Afghanistan
In May 2006 a small British Army force was sent to the Helmand province of Afghanistan. They were to keep the peace and perhaps help to build some roads. The defence minister said the mission could be carried out ẁithout a shot being fired'. But there was no peace to keep and the province quickly turned into a battle zone.
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A book to put anyone off soldiering. You may not get killed ( the face to face technological advantage is with the Westerners) but you will be isolated, undersupplied, ignored, messed about by your ... Read full review
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A Million Bullets: The real story of the British Army in Afghanistan
No preview available - 2008