Michael Nicholson has been one of Britain's best, and best-known, foreign correspondents for over 25 years. In that time he has covered more wars than any other British or foreign reporter - from Vietnam to Angola, from Biafra to the Lebanon, from the Falklands to the Gulf. This book provides an insider's account of wars and the people who fight them. The author describes the brave and the foolhardy, the leaders and the led, the victims and the victors - and the problems, moral as well as practical, of the men who report them. Updated to indicate his account of reporting the Gulf War, this book provides a testament to the futility of war.
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