‘War what is it good for? It’s good for business’ – Billy Bragg.
Plenty of books out there list casualties as numbers and picture troop concentrations as shapes but too few really look behind the big picture of military history to tell the story of men of war once they’ve come home.
In After the War, Stephen Clarke takes a close look at an iconic institution, the RSA, from its beginnings during the First World War through to the twenty-first century.
Exploring the struggles of soldiers attempting to reintegrate into the civilian world, while ensuring they receive a fair deal, this book is ideal reading for those who know (or knew) a veteran as well anyone seeking to understand the true meaning of the word ‘sacrifice.’
Stephen Clarke: After the War – the RSA in New Zealand | RRP $45 | Penguin Random House
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