Still the Same. Reflections on Active Service from Bardia to Baidoa

By: PRATTEN, Garth &

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Still the Same. Reflections on Active Service from Bardia to Baidoa by PRATTEN, Garth & HARPER, Glyn ed
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Army Doctrine Centre, Headquarters Training Command, 1996. Paperback. Condition vg. A collection of instructive & often provocative interviews of retired & serving Australian officers reflecting on the experience of active service. Spanning operations from Bardia in 1941 to Baidoa in 1993, they offer insights into the art & science of war, into the preparation of soldiers for its trials & into the complexities of leading them against fire. 280pp. 122813.

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