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To War with the Black Watch

by Gian Gaspare Napolitano

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First published in an Italian-language anti-fascist newspaper in Switerland in 1944, this remarkable book tells the story of Lieutenant Pinto, appointed Italian liaison officer to the Scottish Black Watch. Based on the author's own experiences as a Black Watch liaison officer, "To War with the Black Watch" is a sharp, witty and moving insight into Scots-Italian relations in the latter part of the Second World War.

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The story of Lieutenant Pinto, appointed Italian liaison officer to the Scottish Black Watch. The book provides a moving insight into Scots-Italian relations in the latter part of the Second World War and is based on the experiences of the author.

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