IMHO Richard Holmes is one of the best military historians writing to day. He's previous books "Tommy" and "Redcoat" get consistently high reviews on Amazon and in weightier journals. He's now written a new book Dusty Warriors about 1PWRR BG during Telic 4. The synopsis on Amazon sadly has some obvious mistakes, but it gives you a hint of what will be covered. https://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0007212844/qid=1140092178/sr=1-9/ref=sr_1_3_9/203-1541588-8599967 âIn this remarkable book, Richard Holmes draws on the testimonies of the 700 soldiers of the Princess of Walesâs Royal Regiment to capture in vivid detail the average soldier's day-to-day experience of war.â Due for release on the 3rd April, has anyone seen a copy? DoE I also recommend one of his earlier books "Acts of War: The Behaviour of Men in Battle". Slightly dated now (interviews with veterans up to the Falklands) but the points it makes are still relevant today.