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  1. BratMedic

    The SAS in Occupied France by Gavin Mortimer

    If you are the type of person who likes battlefield tours then this book is a real goldmine of specific information, in fact, its format should be used more in my opinion. It uses Google maps to give you exact locations by typing in decimal degrees..There are six operations in the book and...
  2. rebbonk

    SAS Rogue Heroes (The Authorised Wartime History) – Ben Macintyre

    This is a substantial book of over 350 pages. When it first arrived, enthralled by its’ physical presence, I flicked through the pages skim reading here and there. My heart sank. There appeared to be nothing new, it was the same old battles re-told. Fortunately, because I would likely have...
  3. rebbonk

    The originals – The secret history of the birth of the SAS in their own words. Gordon Stevens.

    They say that truth is stranger than fiction, and in the case of this book it certainly is true. Can you believe that in the mid 80s, the surviving few of the original SAS members were holed up in a hotel and over a period of three day’s intensive filming amassed over 120 hours of footage? More...
  4. rebbonk

    The Warrior, The Strategist and You: How to Find Your Purpose and Realise Your Potential

    The Warrior, The Strategist and You: How to find your purpose and Realise Your Potential - Floyd WoodrowHaving taught many of the skills alluded to in this book; I have to compliment the author on its completeness.The very first sentence asks the right question: ‘Are you reaching your full...
  5. rebbonk

    Jock Lewes – Co founder of the SAS by John Lewes

    The first thing to state is that this book is not full of escapades of derring do by the SAS. What it is though, is a snapshot of the life of Jock Lewes, largely compiled from his personal correspondence and diaries which the author (Lewes’ nephew) has had access to.The book is broken down...