Rifleman Bowlby's battalion belonged to a famous regiment which developed into a crack motorised unit in the Western Desert during World War II. This book tells the candid story of the battalion's subsequent disintegration under conditions of extreme stress, horror and confusion.
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Alex Bowlby served in the Greenjackets during World War II, and later joined the 21st S.A.S. (T.A.). He first published his Recollections in 1969.
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