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As the German stormed towards the Channel ports in May 1940, it became essential to destroy the huge stocks of oil before they fell into enemy hands. This vital task was allotted to the Kent Fortress Royal Engineers, a small Territorial Army unit. This is the first account of what became the largest demolition programmes ever undertaken by the British Army. Despite immense difficulties and dangers, the operations were outstandingly successful - as the number of gallantry awards reflects.
  • AUTHOR: Brazier, C
  • FORMAT: 176pp Bw 234x156 Hb
  • Code: 23656

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