Roll On Death, Paperback / softback Book


Perhaps because it happened soon after the end of W.W.2 the British public did not fully recognise the work carried out by National Servicemen.

The National Service Act in brief stated it would conscript men between the ages of 18-25 years old for a period of military training. Anyone describing the actions in Korea, Malayasia and Cyprus (Eoka) as training must be severely deluded. Most of the units in these campaigns were made up of 80-90% national servicemen.

They carried out their duties for the country in a highly professional way, not as numbers make ups.

They maintained the high standards of their country in opposing injustice and aggression across the world. Hopefully their achievements will stand up to the march of time.



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