Meet Walter Tull, the Jackie Robinson of professional English football before World War I, and survivor of the worst racial slurs his opponents can hurl at him. When the game turns to war in 1914 and the playing field to the Battle of the Somme, Tull (O.T. Fagbenle, Breaking and Entering, Looking) makes history again as the first mixed-race officer in the British Army. Follow this heroic warrior, from his daunting personal battles to the front line, where he motivates and leads his troops with gallantryand coolness under horrific conditions. Also includes Somme: From Defeat to Victory, which The Times called Excellent. Two months after the bloodiest day in British military history, a maverick battalion commander uses innovative tactics that change the way the British Army fights a modern war.