We tend to think of War Poets only coming from World War One but every conflict has generated verse both cynical and real. John Jeffcock has brought us today's wars with this powerful book of verse. Read it and reflect. --Major General Sir Evelyn Webb-Carter
These highly personal remniscences evoke powerful images of war and peace. They demonstrate once again that although war is necessarily brutal, soldiers nevertheless are humans who are able to think about moral issues and who can also sympathize with the predicament of their fellow beings. John Jeffcock's collection of poems makes a valuabe addition to the modern literature of war. --General Sir Michael Rose
Having been a soldier who experienced danger and fear, John Jeffcock has been able to produce a remarkable collection of war poems. They express, vividly, the feelings of ordinary officers, soldiers and civilians in both combat and peace, and should be read by those weho seek to understand modern warfare and the profession of the arms. --General the Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank
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