From the publisher:
"Camera in my Kitbag reveals a hitherto unpublished collection of photographs by Terence McNally. In a remarkable, frequently absorbing way, they tell the story of his ten year military career. The first four years span his service in the Scots Guards as a professional soldier. The remaining six years cover his time as a volunteer in the South African Forces during the Second World War. Frequently, the candid shot coupled with an anecdote illustrates his inimitable vitality of style at its best. Successfully, this man of the infantry always had his camera as ready as his bayonet. A vivid immediacy of wartime experience is communicated here. This collection is an unprecedented and unique record."
29.5 x 22 cm | 217 pages | hardcover