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The History of 30 Assault Unit: Ian Fleming’s Red Indians Hardcover – March 24, 2010
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Craig Cabell is a journalist and author. His works include, in addition to Frederick Forsyth - A Matter of Protocol, The Kray Brothers, Dennis Wheatley - Churchill's Storyteller and VE Day - A Day to Remember (published by Pen and Sword Books).
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Well written and most people don't associate the units operations to the James Bond movies.
Would recommend this book to anyone that is interested in WW11 history and James Bond movies.
I don't know if it is English vs American styled English, but I felt both books were poorly written and were too much done in the first person. It's a book the author has written, it should be apparent that the book is the result of his research - I don't need to read every few pages his opinion, what he's trying to accomplish, nor the struggles he encountered with researching a subject of such magnitude and secrecy inherent with it's nature during war.
Having read Ben MacIntyre's version of 30 Assault Unit I was hoping for something more insightful and not a regurgitation of previously known facts.
As THE HISTORY OF 30 ASSAULT UNIT seemed to me so much a duplicate of IAN FLEMING'S SECRET WAR, I too am going to duplicate this review for that book.