Max Benitz reports from the frontline of a highly controversial war in a perceptive and revealing account of several months spent in Afghanistan with this world-famous infantry battalion. Training with them and living amongst them as they undertake their tour in Helmand province, Benitz gives a unique insight into the pressures faced by those who risk their lives every second of the day in one of the most dangerous places on earth. Fascinating and illuminating, The Scots Guards in Afghanistan reveals new insights into the war raging in Afghanistan and the men and women who bravely serve there for the British forces.
Six Months Without Sundays
Average rating3.5 / 5
Six Months Without Sundays- The Scot
September 22nd, 2014
Slow moving with lots of dry facts and politics. Action sequences sparsely scattered throughout. So far the driest reading of all the books I have read about the coalition in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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