Not only the name of his Regiment precedes him...this book also now... Concise and to the point this Campaign book was a pleasure to read after the 2004 fiasco Campaign books of Osprey. (High priced mass publications without any effort behind them like No. 142 Dunbar, even difficult to resell!) At last they have found back to quality, instead of quantity. Alexander Turner has done a fine job of a complex subject. But then I didn't expect less from an Irish Guards Officer. Excellence is what he strived for...excellence is what he achieved. Quis Separabit me and this book.