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on 29 June 2014
A wonderful story told by a very brave man who helped Britain to beat Hitler.He had every reason to fight against Germany after their treatment of him as a Jew. I travelled with him at times, the tale is so vivid in parts. a very good read.
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on 23 June 2014
Intresting book but also written very creatively as it changes between the writer and willy's memories, would recommend for anyone intrested in WW2
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on 27 October 2014
My Dad was in the D Day invasions I would love to find out as much as I can. He would not talk about it and I now understand why.
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on 21 February 2013
a really good read as it is an excellent story about the jewish soldiers who were in the British Army.
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on 9 August 2015
A good story of human endurance.
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on 19 February 2015
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on 30 November 2014
I was very disappointed in this book. Despite claiming a long and varied bibliography it is one of the worst researched books I have ever read. There's also the great problem about civilian authors totally misunderstanding military terminology.

I felt I was reading the regimental war diaries. There was so little information supplied about Willy Field after his return from Australia. Very poor and as a result I doubt I would ever buy anything by this author again.

Who are the "7th Royal Armoured Division" anyway? According to the author (see page 80) they're a [I]regiment with such an honoured tradition[/I]! Notwithstanding the fact that, in his own words (apparently), just one paragraph later Willy Field talks about his pride in the regiment - the 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars.
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