Storytelling is an art form, a descriptive account of an event or a succession of events. In this case, all 118 stories within its pages are true and for the most part, describe a calamitous event in each individual's life during the 2nd World War. They all add emotion and physical details to plain facts. We all have story's to convey and when you think about them, the really good ones will actually move us, and in this case, all of them will make us think to some degree because they come from an era we often cannot relate to. Some will shock you; others will bring you to tears, some may even make you smile or laugh. All of them will definitely make you ponder about your life, and what it could have been like if Britain and her allies had not won the Second World War.
Dunkirk The First of Many Mistakes : True Stories from the Second World War
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- Roger Payne served in Britain's elite Parachute Regiment from 1960 to 1969. He and his family moved to Australia after he enlisted in the Australian Army as a physical training instructor to train National Servicemen for Vietnam. He remained in the Army until 2003. During that time he developed new programmes for the Corps of Infantry and received the Army's highest award, the Chief of the Defence Force Commendation. A year later he was awarded one of the highest awards an Australian citizen can get, The Order of Australia. He is still the only serviceman to be awarded both.