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Daggers Drawn: The Real Heroes of the SAS & SBS

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288 pages4 hours

Summary

The story of the SAS's finest moments in World War II, updated with new, previously unpublished SAS stories and interviewsThirty vivid stories, supported by an updated selection of rare archive and action photographs, explore the larger-than-life escapades of the Special Air Service in World War II. From an SAS Jeep patrol in France, outnumbered 50-to-one, who shot their way out to safety in their bullet-riddled vehicle and killed a quarter of their SS opposition, to an SAS soldier who talked his way through enemy roadblocks in North Africa in full British uniform and tore a strip off the guard for neglecting to check his papers, this is a comprehensive collection of all the best stories in one book.

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