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The Red Devils: From Bruneval to the Falklands - G.G. Norton


From Bruneval to North Africa, from Normandy to Suez, by parachute and glider the men of the Airborne Forces have gone by air to battle. But their activities have by no means been confined to purely



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The Red Devils: From Bruneval to the Falklands - G.G. Norton


From Bruneval to North Africa, from Normandy to Suez, by parachute and glider the men of the Airborne Forces have gone by air to battle. But their activities have by no means been confined to purely