1st ed., 1991. Xix + 263 pp., 19 photo-plates. D.j., 24 x 16cm. Small bumps to top corners o/w Nr.FINE. Published in 1991 when the Ulster Defence Regiment was the newest and largest regiment in the British Army, this book examines its history, its role as a peace-keeping force in Northern Ireland and the unique courage of its members. It also discusses the events in which its members have brought disgrace upon the Regiment and argues that it should be disbanded due to the controversy that surrounds it.