The book is interesting in many aspects. It must be a must for people with deep iterest towards the British military history of 1914--1920, and even for many researchers who study the history of Russo-British relations of 1918--1920. As far as I partly belong to these communities during about two--three decades, I have to add, however, the book is, up to an extent, a collection of recollections from one side of the conflict. Obviously, no Russian source was used to compare positions. Then, many details on military forces deployments and operations were sadly omitted or not discovered. So we have a good general reference source with some advantages and some shortcomings. Illustrations are fresh, but not in whole (for example, many of reproduced photographs are available, say, through the Imperial War Museum internet site where these pictures are free for seeing and, sometimes, for download). Printing quality is good enough, though the book looks old-fashioned owing to heavy gloss art-paper and offset way of printing. Maybe that is good, maybe not. In spite of all, I would sincerely thank the author and the publisher for their valuable contribution (it does concern the contents, not the cost of the book that is very reasonable priced in fact) to an almost completely forgotten, certainly non-popular and consequently non-commercial subject. Wish them to continue!
I have been waiting for several years for this book to be published and it does not disappoint. Good to know that somebody cares about what happened to all the military involved in this conflict. Well researched and very informative.