'We were driven through the large camp gates which ominously slammed shut behind us. We were now in a newly-erected holiday camp taken over by the army – but we somehow didn’t believe it was going to be much of a holiday – and how right we were.'
Young Harold Green didn't face his 'army adventures' alone - he had a diary. And a camera. Follow his true and enlightening account of life as one of the famous Desert Rats.
Dimensions5 x 8 in 162 pgs
Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)