Looking for Trouble: SAS to Gulf Command : the Autobiography

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HarperCollins, 1995 - Generals - 449 pages
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From his childhood, rebellion at school, the early death of his father and conflict with his step-father, on to his exploits in the army in Korea, Egypt, Malaya, Oman, Borneo, the Sudan, the Falklands, and the Gulf War, this book chronicles the SAS General's life.

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Review: Looking For Trouble: SAS To Gulf Command- The Autobiography

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Initially, I found it interesting and rather amusing but as it progressed I got the feeling that the author was somewhat pompous and arrogant, especially when he continually referred to the squadron ... Read full review

Review: Looking For Trouble: SAS To Gulf Command- The Autobiography

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Initially, I found it interesting and rather amusing but as it progressed I got the feeling that the author was somewhat pompous and arrogant, especially when he continually referred to the squadron ... Read full review

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