By Robert Graham Hann
Two Days after Christmas 1944, through the most harsh iciness in dwelling reminiscence, 33 SAS troops parachuted into the valley of Rossano, Northern Italy. performed in large sunlight, the parachute drop used to be meant to lie to enemy forces into believing complete parachute brigade had landed at the back of them. Drawing on post-op experiences and memoirs, this ebook is a fictionalised account written from the point of view of 1 of the rank and dossier parachutists who took half within the operation, the author's father. Scrupulously researched and richly illustrated, Hann's own narrative brings to lifestyles the co-ordinated makes an attempt of the SAS and native partisans to have interaction and circumvent the enemy. For the 1st time, Hann offers an in depth account of a few of the devastating setbacks and triumphs of SAS Operation Galia. one of many toughest fought and such a lot profitable operations of global struggle .
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SAS Operation Galia: Bravey behind enemy lines in the Second World War by Robert Graham Hann