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Secret War: The Story of SOE, Britain’s Wartime Sabotage Organisation

by West, Nigel

Condition: Very Good/Good


UK: Hodder & Stoughton, 1992. 305pp & 700g packed for post, This book is an analysis of SOE’s structure and performance using previously unpublished archival material. Among the items of historical interest is SOE’s original founding charter, widely believed to have been lost, but recently recovered from M16’s files. It offered new evidence of the setbacks that jeopardized D-Day and gives an unprecedented account of the paramilitary units that dropped behind the lines immediately after the invasion, and saved SOE’s reputation. West has written extensively in this area & this book promises to be a treat - owner name p1.. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 24 Cm.

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