His latest book is Taliban: The Unknown Enemy.
One of Fergusson's top six books about military disasters, as told to The Week magazine:
Good-bye to All That: An Autobiography by Robert GravesRead about the other books on the list.
The most moving account of trench warfare that I know. Before he became a successful poet and novelist, Graves survived the Battle of Loos during World War I, which saw the first mass deployment of British Field Marshal Herbert Kitchener’s army of civilian volunteers. Some 50,000 Britons were killed or wounded, for no territorial gain.