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"The Crossroad" by Mark Donaldson, VC

Memories of the soldier of the Australian Special Air Service Regiment (still staying in the service) since childhood until consecutive tours in Afghanistan. A closing story is a description of the actions at the end 2012, and the last photograph dates from September 2013. I don't think so it is necessary longer to convince that these are the memories freshest of available on the market...

Revelation! And what's more not because the author is the first Australian decorated soldier Victoria Cross (with the highest military decoration in the United Kingdom) from forty years. Rather because we can rarely read about contemporary action Australian SAS. "The Crossroad" isn't sorting sincere, detailed descriptions taking place in Afghanistan of the operation. The author doesn't have problems with describing their mistakes. He isn't creating immortal heroes also from oneself or his friends. The book is sincere - stupidity, dust, stink, blood. And for the end - probably a response to criticism and attacks by "couch sages". Of the ones, which not going out of the flat and drawing the knowledge in television and the Internet, are daring to assess acts and intentions of people on the battlefield.


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