This stunningly illustrated book explores and explains what makes Sandhurst so special and why it continues to wield an unprecedented degree of cultural influence throughout the world. Not merely a history, it paints the full rich canvas made up by the sights and sounds of Sandhurst, those characteristics which make it so effective
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Angela Holdsworth is a documentary producer and writer of many BBC and Channel 4 programmes. Her credits include Crimewatch UK, Taking Liberties, Rough Justice, Green and Pleasant Land and The Demonised Duchess. She is also the author of the history of women in the twentieth century, Out of the Doll's House. Chris Pugsley was a Lt Col in the New Zealand Army, before becoming an academic. His first book, on the Fringe of Hell, placed him in the first rank of military historians. He became a Senior Lecturer at Sandhurst, following various academic posts in New Zealand and Australia.Review:
"This beautifully produced book encapsulates the Sandhurst experience beautifully ... The stunning photographs and illustrations serve to underline the pain, passion and pride." Rupert Uloth, Country Life "... not just a history; it is the living history of the RMAS told through the anecdotes of those who have passed off its famous parade square ..." Soldier Magazine "I highly recommend this book for any military enthusiast." The Officer Magazine "... the book brings vividly to life the complete Sandhurst experience." The Craftsman Magazine "The best adjective I can use to describe this remarkable book is 'sumptuous'..." Tank Magazine "I recommend this book for its thorough, genuine and comprehensive coverage of, arguably, the best military training establishment for officers in the world." The Fusilier
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Buchbeschreibung Third Millennium, 2005. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Near Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Near Fine. First Edition. Near Fine/VG+ 1st edition 2005 Third Millennium hardback, unclipped DJ - very large, heavy volume with many colour photos throughout. Minor lower corner bumps, a little edge-rub to DJ only, inners unmarked. Sent Airmail at no extra cost; Worldwide Shipping IMMEDIATE 1ST CLASS/AIRMAIL DISPATCH Quantity Available: 1. Category: Military & Warfare; ISBN: 190394239X. ISBN/EAN: 9781903942390. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 063169. Artikel-Nr. 063169