With The S.A.S. and other Animals, A vet’s Experiences During the Dofar War 1974

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This is a book not to miss. This is not “Herriott on a camel” but it is an informative and entertaining account that the reader will find absorbing and enjoyable. The author provides a rare insight into the secret war being fought in support of Sandhurst-trained Sultan Qaboos of Oman by regular British Army and “contract” officers.

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Flying Start, a Fighter Pilot’s War Years

B1678

When historians look back to the Second World War they will have available a wealth of material in books, films and DVDs. Unlike previous wars, they will not need to speculate on what it might have felt like to participate in this epic conflict that began with horses and biplanes but ended with the first use of nuclear weapons.

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