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This review is from: Commando Tactics: The Second World War (Hardcover)
An excellent introduction to the formation of the British commandos in WW2 - a field of warfare where Britain led the way. The book maintains a good balance between narrative and analysis, and is readily accessible to the general reader as well as those with a more specialist interest. Perhaps the illustrations might have been a little more inspiring but, overall, a very good publication.
(Robert Widders, author of Spitting on a Soldier's Grave: Court Martialed After Death, the Story of the Forgotten Irish and British Soldiers, received a free review copy of this book. He is not linked to the publishers in any way and did not receive any fee or inducement in return for this review.)