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One Man's War

One Man's War
by Stuart Waters

Publisher: Potlatch Publications
Genre: war; memoirs
Format: trade paperback; 176 pages
Price: $9.95

Hitler invaded Poland on September 1, 1939 – the same day that Stuart Waters went to the local army office and tried to enlist. He was told to wait to be conscripted. Instead, he visited the headquarters of the Royal Artillery, where he was warmly welcomed and sworn in before nightfall. 
Here is warfare as seen through the eyes of a gentle – but brave – combatant in World War Two. The story is set against the backdrop of a terrifying war. Waters’ tour of duty took him to Gibraltar, Tobruk, Acre, Bsharri and Cairo, among other locales. But One Man’s War is primarily about people and is filled with humorous anecdotes.
Includes maps of geographic areas mentioned in the text.