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John Buckley and Gary Sheffield
Negative myths about the British Army's performance, especially during the Great War, obscure the reality of an institution that learned and improvide throughout both world wars
As we mark the centenary of the start of the First World War, the Royal United Services Institute publishes its Roll of Honour listing those members who died during the conflict
Popular memory may be shaped by poetry, but it is in prose that some of the most compelling and innovative literary work about the First World War is to be found