By Stephen Kelly
This ebook tells the tale of those males of their personal phrases. lots of the veterans at the moment are of their eighties and there's a urgent want for them to inform their story. So quickly after the second one global warfare, this used to be a conflict Britain didn't desire yet she remained steadfast through the facet of the american citizens, scuffling with greater than 6,000 miles away in a rustic no one might aspect to on a map. but whereas we have in mind these conflicts within the Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan, the Korean conflict is still mostly forgotten
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