RUSI 2012 Duke of Westminster’s Medal for Military Literature

20th July 2012

On 19 July Max was presented with the Royal United Services Institution 2012 Duke of Westminster’s medal for military literature, for All Hell Let Loose.

In 2009, he received the same award for his lifetime contribution.  Max says: “I am hugely grateful and hugely proud, because the RUSI is at the very heart of the study of military history in Britain, and recognition from its judges and members means a lot”.

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