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Operation Basalt

Eric Lee ´ 3 summary summary Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Eric Lee review Operation Basalt Igence through German prisoners Thought a tactical success the raid remains mired in controversy remembered because of Hitler’s reaction Three days after the raid he issued this order In future all terror and sabotage troops of the British and their accomplices who do not act like sold. An interesting and detailed account of one of the very first Commando raids by British forces in the Second World War The island of Sark is the third largest in the Bailiwick of Guernsey in the Channel Islands the only British soil to be occupied by Nazi Germany This tells the story of the bravery and blunders the vision and violence the conuests and conseuences for the people of Sark and the information gained by the UK through this early attempt to hit back at the AxisThe book also gives an interesting insight into the role played by the legendary Dame of Sark the feudal leader of the tiny island community A great read

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Eric Lee ´ 3 summary summary Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Eric Lee review Operation Basalt Operation Basalt was a raid carried out by British commandos on the island of Sark on the night of October 3 4 1942 It was intended to reassure Channel Islanders that they had not been forgotten following their German occupation to force the Germans to deploy resources and to gain intell. This slim history focuses on one event during world war II the British raid on Sark one of the channel islands occupied by Germany The author also covers the reasons and results for both sides including Hitler s infamous Commando Order Unfortunately the book is a bit muddledThe table of contents provides a nice outline for the story and the chapters are fairly short Many wander a bit from their target introducing items from later in the story or repeating items from earlier It feels as if the chapters were written individually perhaps out of order This lends the book a muddled feel I didn t read it in one sitting and often I felt like the bookmark had been moved Likely a good editor would help this uite a bitThe author has done uite a bit of research and states at the beginning that while other books covered all of the channel islands none covered Sark or this particular raid very well He then connects this raid to the Commando Order which was issued just two weeks afterwards and this case is compelling There is a small photo section towards the back of the book which is also nice but the one thing this book needs most is a good mapThe book was released shortly before the 75th anniversary of the raid October 2017 and was perhaps rushed An accompanying website has a bit information but still no map 2 stars

Eric Lee ´ 3 summary

Eric Lee ´ 3 summary summary Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Eric Lee review Operation Basalt Iers but rather like bandits will be treated as such and will be ruthlessly eliminated in battle wherever they appear Using the National Archive in Kew and the Sark Society archives Eric Lee tells the Basalt story for the first time Did the commandos kill bound and unarmed German soldier. Extremely informativeBefore I read this book most of my knowledge of the WWII occupation of the Channel Islands came from a TV programme called The Eagle has Landed broadcast in the 1970s The book uses the raid as a starting point for an extensive examination of the German occupation and life on the islands during that time Immensely informative

  • Hardcover
  • 192
  • Operation Basalt
  • Eric Lee
  • en
  • 14 November 2017
  • 9780750964364