By Robert Semrau
Captain Robert Semrau's army trial made overseas headlines-a Canadian soldier serving in Afghanistan arrested for allegedly killing a grievously wounded Taliban soldier within the box. The trial and its final result are an issue of public list. What you're approximately to examine the travel of accountability that encouraged this booklet is not.
What you're approximately to learn is an emotionally draining and mind-snapping firsthand account of struggle at the floor in Afghanistan. It's uncooked and explosive. Names were replaced to guard the courageous and never so courageous alike.
What you're approximately to learn is an account of infantrymen who stay, struggle and die in a moonscape of a rustic the place it's occasionally demanding to inform your good friend out of your enemy. It's approximately attempting to carry it jointly while a mortar assault is ripping your folks and allies aside, and your global unravels prior to your eyes.
Rob Semrau wrote this booklet to inform us in regards to the sheer hell that's the Stan, but in addition to acknowledge the great braveness and compassion he witnessed within the warmth of conflict. the warriors you're approximately to fulfill and the occasions that befall them will linger on on your brain lengthy upon getting closed those pages.
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The Taliban Don't Wave by Robert Semrau