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Free download Spoken From The Front ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ [PDF / Epub] ⚣ Spoken From The Front ✈ Andy McNab – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Spoken from the Front is the story of the Afghan Campaign told for the first time in the words of the servicemen and women who have been fighting there With unpreL Spoken From EpubAndy McNab has assembled a portrait of modern conflict like never beforeThis is the full experience of our troops on the ground and in the air The horrors cruelties drudgery excitement and banter of these soldiers' lives combine to form a chronological narrative of all the major events in Helmand. It was ok

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Spoken from the Front is the story of the Afghan Campaign told for the first time in the words of the servicemen and women who have been fighting there With unprecedented access to soldiers of all ranks as well as pilots reservists engineers medics Royal Military police mechanics cooks and other military personne. Extraordinary renditions of battle and life in Afghanistan by various members of the British Armed Forces All the accounts are remarkably restrained given the grave circumstances Amongst all serious accounts the emails of the Officer from the Ministry of Defence are an absolute hoot the gent should consider a career as a writer There's even a poet amongst the soldiers

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Spoken From The FrontDuring the British Army's time thereFrom their action packed dramatic moving and often humorous testimonies in interviews diaries letters and emails written to family friends and loved ones emerges a degree picture of guerrilla warfare up close and extremely personal It is as close to the real thing as you can ge. A strong and compelling read This is a compilation of various accounts of front line warfare from the viewpoint of British soldiers fighting in Afghanistan from 2006 to 2008 Andy McNab acts as a general editor tying up the chronology and supplying regular background information about the war as a wholeWar is hell That's the overriding message here and there's an overwhelming sadness from the regularity of the deaths and how unnecessary they all are At the same time the core of the soldier's life the humour the camaraderie also comes through It may be old news but one of the writers puts it best when he says he's not fighting for ueen and country he's fighting for the men by his side he's doing his best for their sake The old Shakespeare uote about a band of brothers couldn't have put it betterCharacter is strong but those looking for an insight behind the war should go elsewhere this is a compilation of front line accounts simple narratives showing what it's like to be battling the Taliban nothing nothing less There's death injury poignancy and action here as well as long interludes of boredom and a few female perspectives tooMy only complaint is with the book's format By necessity many of the accounts are short sometimes single paragraphs sometimes half a page There's a lot of stopping and starting as you read which is a bit off putting I'm somebody who likes to get enveloped in a book but I couldn't do that with this so it took me a while to read