Review: The Good Soldier by Gary Mead

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Review: The Good Soldier by Gary Mead

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This book appears to be written in response to the public perception of Douglas Haig. Its main premise is that, to understand Haig and the wartime (and other) decisions that he made, we must understand the man. The book takes us through Haig’s life from early years to his death. It closely examines the relationships that Haig had with his family, friends and others throughout his formative years, and his early military career. Mead spends a little more time on Haig’s early years as he does on...
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