Duty, Honour & IzzatMajor JGH Corrigan MBE
Gordon Corrigan was commissioned from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 1962 and was an officer of the permanent cadre of the Royal Gurkha Rifles before leaving the army in 1998. He served mainly in the Far East but also in Cyprus, Berlin, Belize and Northern Ireland. His last posting was as Commanding Officer of the Gurkha Centre, training recruits for the Brigade of Gurkhas and running courses for the Brigade. He is now a professional historian.
- 1) Sepoys in the Trenches, The Indian Corps on the Western Front 1914 – 1915, (Spellmount, 1999)
- 2) Wellington, A Military Life, (Hambledon & London, 2001)
- 3) Mud, Blood and Poppycock: Britain and the First World War (Cassell & Co, 2003)
- 4) Loos 1915, The Unwanted Battle (Spellmount, 2006)
- 5) Blood, Sweat and Arrogance – And The Myths of Churchill’s War (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2006)
- 6) The Second World War – A Military History (Atlantic Books 2010)
- 7) A Great and Glorious Adventure – A Military History of the Hundred Years War (Atlantic Books 2013)
- 8) Waterloo – A New History of the Battle and its Armies (Atlantic Books 2014).
- The Gurkhas
- Napoleon’s Waterloo
- Battlefield Detectives
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