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8 thoughts on “Don't Cry for Me, Sergeant-Major

  1. says:

    The realities of warfare from the point of view of the poor bloody infantry are what make this one of the most important books written about the Falklands conflict.Like a profane Greek chorus the voice of the common soldier rises at the slightest provocation, from officers commands to the enemy bombardment to the weather, an aggressive grumbling that is both cynical and funny, and doubtless has remai


  2. says:

    I read this a number of times way back in the 80 s not long after it came out and then gave it away I forgot all about it until I came across it on and I ordered a copy It is just as funny as I remember it The book is pretty honest and whilst it celebrates the humour of the British Tommy in times of war it is also quite revealing in how it informs one of the mistakes and calamities that could have thrown th


  3. says:

    This was a second hand book and condition wasn t brilliant but I enjoyed reading it again tha last time was when it was first published I am a vetran but did not serve in the Falklands as I left in 78 Well worth a read written by two first class journalists.


  4. says:

    Read this book when it first came out, loved it, but lost the copy Wanted to buy a new copy but the price was too high This booked was sold as being in excellent condition, obviously my interpretation of excellent differs to that of the product description I was concerned that every page i turned would result in the book falling to pieces, thankfully it did not, just But what a book, what a read, it has been many many years


  5. says:

    Purchased this when it was first published in 1982, while I was serving in the RN.It is the most accurate account of the Falklands campaign that I have read to date and I have given away at least 6 copies to former shipmates over the years, so it was nice to be able to find a copy for myself after all these years.


  6. says:

    Read this years ago when it first came out My old copy had fallen to bits so I replaced it Just as good as I remembered it.


  7. says:

    Read this when it first came out and thought I would read it again Still as good as the 1st time.


  8. says:

    Read this a few years ago with the 30 years of the war I had to get it again Great read about some brave men Had me in kinks with the squaddie black humour.


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