A soldier’s farewell to Ulster…

Bob Stewart was 20 and a young Second Leuitenant when he was first sent to Northern Ireland in the first months of the troubles, talks about what Northern Ireland came to mean to the British Army over its thirty five years of ’emergency tours’.

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