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The Commando Pocket Book
The Commandos were created by Winston Churchill in 1940 as a 'butcher and bolt' raiding unit to destroy vital targets in German occupied Europe. Recruits for this 'special service' were all volunteers, drawn from the British Army, and later, from the Royal Marines and other Allied armies. Sections of the book cover survival and field craft skills; night operations; assaulting obstacles; use of equipment - such as the COPPS canoe for beach reconnaissance and sabotage; and weapons training, including the Thompson submachine gun, the Bren gun, and the famous emblem of the commandos - the Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife.
- Contents: "The Commando Pocket Book" Book
- No Assembly Required
- Product HWD: 18.8 x 12.5 x 1.7cm
- Ultimate pocket reference book to the Commando.
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