Category: Korean War
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Category: Second World War
A study of New Zealand's most famous general during the years 1941-1945. His command capability is seen in a new light, with the declassification of intelligence material used in Crete and Mareth. He is portrayed here as an innovative, able, tenacious and brave commander.
In 1812 Aart Kool was a young Dutch engineering officer in Napoleon's army on the march to Moscow. Of the 600,000 troops in that infamous campaign, only 15,000 made it home. Aart was one. Twenty-five years later he wrote a vivid and engrossing account of his involvement in this setback for the French e ...Show more