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on 1 September 2008
Anyone who is even vaguely interested in the Second World War should read this, the memoirs of an ordinary soldier who fought in the Burma campaign. It is, in my opinion, the best autobiographical account of that war ever written. Fraser tells it like it undoubtedly was, and doesn't succumb to political correctness or any other sort of modern nonsense.
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