SAS Zero Hour: The Secret Origins of the Special Air Service.

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SAS Zero Hour The Secret Origins of the Special Air Service Tim Jones Naval Institute Press

I he SAS Zero Hour is a well-researched study of the roots of the British Special Air Service. The author takes the reader back into history when, during the Seven Years War, American colonial frontiersman Robert Rogers raised, equipped and commanded a special force named >, that specialised in reconnaissance and deep penetration raids. The founders of the SAS (or those with significant contribution), inspired by Rogers and Lawrence of Arabia, included such notables as Winston Churchill, Dudley Clarke, Claude Auchinlek and a host of others. The...

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