A first-hand account of the horrors of war experienced by a British soldier in World War II. As a 24-year-old lieutenant in the King's Own Scottish Borderers, Peter White kept an unauthorized journal of his regiment's advance through the Low Countries and into Germany in the closing months of the war in Europe. Forbidden by his commanding officer from doing so for security reasons, Peter's boyhood habit of diary keeping had become an obsession too strong to shake off. Each day he found time to record in copious detail the war whom he served, and the inexorable allied advance into the Third Reich. to shake off.
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