SBS. Silent Warriors.

By Saul David

Printed: 2021

Publisher: William Collins. London

Dimensions 16 × 24 × 5 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 16 x 24 x 5

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In the original dustsheet. Navy cloth binding with black title on the spine.

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Britain’s SBS – or Special Boat Service – was the world’s first maritime special operations unit. Founded in the dark days of 1940, it started as a small and inexperienced outfit that leaned heavily on volunteers’ raw courage and boyish enthusiasm.

From the author of Crucible of Hell comes a remarkable story of improbable heroics and derring-do in the first ever authorised history of Britain’s Special Boat Service which helped to turn the tide of the Second World War. From award-winning historian Saul David, the first authorised history of the SBS.

In F.B.A. Artifacts is to be found an SBS Commando Dagger with a most distinguished history.


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