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'The Dandy Ninth' (9th Royal Scots)


Steven Broomfield

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Steven Broomfield

Noticed this on the Pen & Sword list for publication in time for ********s The Dandy Ninth, by Neil Gilhooley

 

The author has quite a few posts across the Forum, and was god enough to send me a pre-publication PDF about a year ago. It looks very good and is available at a pre-publication price.

 

I would certainly recommend it from what I've seen of it.

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Neill Gilhooley

Thank you Steven, the book is due out on 30 November 2019, so there is a short period of grace before it has to live up to its title.

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This, I think, is another book that has grown up with the avuncular assistance of the Great War Forum. I am particularly grateful to @gordon92 on uniforms, @Robert Dunlop for translating Fraktur, @AOK4@pierssc, @david murdoch@robbie56, @barkalotloudly@Verrinder Ian, @Ron Abbott@Aurel Sercu, @matthew lucas@Open Bolt and Steven Broomfield, as well as @nigelcave and Irene Moore, the editors.

You may recognise the great uncle of @alistair_m on the cover:

 

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Neill Gilhooley

After, it seems, a small delay, it is in print.

I can only suggest you buy it for Nigel Cave's foreword, and then you'll get the book for free...!

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Steven Broomfield

Hope it arrives in time for the Feastive Season. Should go well with a roaring fire and a glass of something reviving.

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Steven Broomfield

Forgot to say - my copy arrived on Saturday; I have two weeks to get the review done for Stand To!, so rather a concentrated reading session. First impressions very positive, though.

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Steven Broomfield

I have just despatched my review to Stand To! - should be in the next edition.

 

Spoiler Alert. It's bloody good (the book; not the review)

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Neill Gilhooley

I very much look forward to reading it (the review; not the book).

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