By Effie Karageorgos
Australian infantrymen in South Africa and Vietnam follows those strive against males from enlistment to the warfare entrance and analyses their phrases along theories of soldiering to illustrate the transformation of infantrymen as a reaction to advancements in army strategy, in addition to altering civilian opinion. during this method, the booklet illustrates the power of a soldier's hyperlink to their domestic entrance lives.
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Australian Soldiers in South Africa and Vietnam: Words from the Battlefield (Bloomsbury Studies in Military History) by Effie Karageorgos