Angus Calder, 3 April 1986
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“... an admirably thorough, concise and well-written study of First World War mutinies by the late Gloden Dallas and Douglas Gill, though they do observe that the Guards, and the Scottish units, retained a reputation for reliability while the efficiency of most other sections slumped as carnage slowly stripped the Army of its experienced ...”