"Wartime Courage" by G. Brown

Wartime CourageGordon’s latest book Wartime Courage: Stories of Extraordinary Courage by Ordinary People in World War Two seems spectacularly ill-timed for release.  It reminds us of Gordon’s personal lack of courage – never around when trouble hits the fan, the latest example being his invisibility over the Libyan Oil-for-Prisoner deal. Secondly, it reminds us of his personal culpability for the fatal under-equipping of the Afghanistan campaign.

Guido hasn’t seen a good review for it and unsurprisingly it is in the remainder bins straight away.  You can pick it up on Amazon for less than £2…


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