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Addison, Paul (ed.), Foreword By Len Deighton ( John Keegan; Ian S Wood; Angus Calder; Mark Axworthy; J Erickson; Hew Strachan; Omer Bartov; Theodore A Wilson; Theo J Schultz; Jurgen Forster; J A Crang; Diana M Henderson; Brian Bond; Gerald Douds; Et Al Listings

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1 Addison, Paul (ed.), Foreword By len Deighton ( John Keegan; Ian S Wood; angus Calder; Mark Axworthy; J Erickson; Hew Strachan; Omer Bartov; Theodore A Wilson; Theo J Schultz; Jurgen Forster; J A Crang; Diana M Henderson; Brian Bond; Gerald Douds; et al

Time to Kill - The Soldier's Experience of War in the West 1939 - 1945 ---by Paul Addison and Angus Calder, Foreword By Len Deighton ---the First ( 1st ) Edition

London, England: London, UK: Pimlico / Random House, 1997, 1st edition, 2nd Printing
1997 0712673768 / 9780712673761
Later Printing of the first Edition
Soft Cover
Very Good (see description)

Photo Cover
Not Signed
------------trade paperback, a solid Very Good copy with a bit of light wear and rubbing, some age toning to the paper as usually seen on this title, 472 pages, contents include: Foreword By Len Deighton; Preface by Addison and Calder; ---SETTING the AGENDA - Towards a Theory of Combat Motivation By John Keegan; Reflections on the SHARP END of the War By John Ellis; ---THE BRITISH --- The Scottish Soldier - reality and the Armchair Experience By Diana M Henderson; The Shadow of the Somme - the Influence of the first World War on British Soldiers Perceptions and Behaviour in Worl War II By G D Sheffield; British Field Force in France and Belgium, 1939 - 40 By Brian Bond; The Real DAD's ARMY - the British Home Guard, 1940 - 44 By S P MacKenzie; British Soldier on the home Front - Army morale Reports 1940 - 45 By J A Crang --- COMMONWEALTH CONTINGENTS --- 'Twas England Bade Our Wild Geese go': Soldiers of Ireland in the Second World War By Ian S Wood; 'If I fight for Them, Maybe Then I Can go Back to the Village' - African Soldiers in the Mediterranean and European Campaigns 1939 - 1945 By David Killingray; Matters of Honour - Indian Troops in the north African and Italian Theatres By Gerald Douds; Mr Wu and the Colonials - british ecacuation from Crete 1941 By Angus Calder; 'If this War Isn't Over, and pretty damn Soon, There'll be Nobody Left in This Old Platoon' - First Canadian Army February - March 1945 By Terry Copp ---- SEVEN ARMIES in EUROPE --- French Combat Performance in 1940 and the Politics of the Fall of France By Martin S Alexander; Italian Soldier in Combat - Myths, Realities and Explanationsby Brian R Sullivan; The Italian Job - Five Armies in Italy 1943 - 45 By Richard Holmes; Peasant Scapegoat to Industrial Slaughter - the Romanian Soldier at the Sige of Odessa By Mark Axworthy; red Army Battlefield Performance - the system and the Soldier By John Erickson; Offensive Women - Women in Combat in the red Army By Reina Pennington; motivation and Indoctrination in the Wehrmacht By Jurgen Forster; The German Soldier in Occupied Russia By Theo J Schultz; Who fought and Why - The Assignment of the American Soldiers to Comabt By Theodore A Wilson; The GI in Europeand the American Military Tradition By Reid Mitchell --- TWO MEMOIRS --- 'Puir Bluidy Swaddies are Weary' - Sicily 1943 By Hamish Henderson; Infantry Combat - a G I in France 1944 By steve Weiss --- REFLECTIONS --- Trauma and Absence - france and Germany 1914 - 1945 By Omer Bartov; Oral History and British Soldiers Experience of Battle in WW 2 By Nigel De Lee; Soldiers Experience in Two World Wars - Some Historiographical Comparisons By Hew Strachan, ---""In the 50 years since the end of the Second World War, much has been written about the men at the top, but little attention has been given to what soldiering was like for the 'dog-face' and 'squaddy', the NCOs and junior officers. Redressing the balance, this original and powerful book explores the conditions in which the soldiers of many different countries lived and died, as well as their hopes and fears, and their experiences of battle. John Keegan, Brian Bond, Richard Holmes, John Erikson, Theodore Wilson, John Ellis and Omer Bartov are among the distinguished cast of historians whose subjects range from GIs in Europe to Indian troops in North Africa, and from the comic overtones of Dad's Army in Britain to the grim earnest of the war on the eastern front, where Russian women fought as full combatants."---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

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