Commandos: Heroic and Deadly ANZAC Raids in World War II by Frank Walker

By Frank Walker

Amazing revelations and outstanding exploits of Australia's elite mystery warriors.

There used to be whatever distinct approximately Australians and New Zealanders in conflict that caused international warfare II Allied commanders to show to ANZAC infantrymen, sailors and airmen to hold out the main harmful and nearly very unlikely missions in the back of enemy lines.

Paddling canoes 4,000 kilometres to assault enemy ships in Singapore; lightning raids on Rommel's forces within the deserts of North Africa. Flying bombers at tree-top point deep into Nazi Germany to wreck very important goals; rescuing sultans and destiny US presidents from less than the noses of the japanese and taking part in an important roles within the maximum commando raid of the struggle at St Nazaire - the Aussies and Kiwis have been there.

The certain forces confirmed extraordinary bravery within the face of overwhelming odds. They have been made up our minds to accomplish their missions. frequently by myself and much in the back of enemy lines,they validated resourcefulness, spirit and a humanity that encouraged others to stick to them.

Frank Walker, writer of bestselling books at the Vietnam warfare and the British atomic exams in Australia, brings to existence the superb exploits and remarkable tales of this pick out band of heroes..

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