As a soldier in Afghanistan, Harry takes part in several missions. He apparently kills 25 people, as reported by British media, citing the prince's biography, which was probably accidentally published too early. In it, Harry also describes his attitude towards his own actions.
According to a report, Britain's Prince Harry killed 25 people as a soldier in Afghanistan. "One of the most important things I learned in the army is that I am responsible for my own actions. So my number: 25," Harry writes in his memoirs, according to Sky News, referring to the number of his killed during his operations in Afghanistan. "It wasn't something that made me happy, but it wasn't anything that I was ashamed of either." The broadcaster procured a copy of the still unpublished book and, like many other British media, quoted from it.
"Of course I would have preferred not to have that number on my military record or in my head, but I would also have preferred to live in a world without the Taliban, in a world without war." Even as a regular daydreamer, however, there are realities that you cannot change, writes the 38-year-old, who now lives in California with his family, according to the report.
Harry's autobiography "Spare" (English: "Reserve") is supposed to be published on January 10. According to British media, however, the prince's book was accidentally sold in Spain on Thursday. Sky News reported that the books are in the windows was available from a large bookstore chain in Spain "and then hastily removed after the error was noticed". However, several British media procured copies in good time and reported on the content. There was initially no reaction from the publisher Penguin Random House.