THE ZEEBRUGGE RAID 1918: Voices from the Past
Perhaps the most ambitious amphibious raid of WWII, the bitter fighting at Zeebrugge resulted in over 500 British casualties among the 1700 men who took part. Utilizing personal accounts and official reports, many of which have not been reproduced for almost 100 years, this account tells the full story of this audacious operation. Import. Photos.
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