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As Good As Any Man: Scotland's Black Tommy Paperback – 1 Aug 2014
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Morag Miller has experience iworking in the media, which led to Jim Wilson, Allison O'Neill, and Steve Wallwork coming forward, three people who knew Arthur Roberts when he was alive. She was also instrumental in finding two distant cousins of Arthur. Joseph Laycock was educated in Glasgow and worked in construction until he retired. John Sadler BA (Hons), M.Phil., FRHistS FSA (Scotl) is a military historian whose books include Flodden 1513 and Scottish Battles. Rosie Serdville brings history to life through a combination of drama, interpretation, and education. She sits on the Council of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne.
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Most books which are based on diaries come from soldiers who were officers, so have a different perspective on the war. the strength of this book is that here we see the other ranks attitudes to their lot. There are many surprises and revelations in the entries to make this a required read for students of the period and others who have a more passing interest in the Great War
It is a moving account that pays tribute to one who was "only a pawn in their game" and comes at a time when the world remembers "the war to end wars" and appears to be on the brink of yet another world war.
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