SAS by Jon E. Lewis
The Autobiography (Brief Histories)

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SAS: The Autobiography is the story of the world’s most famous special forces regiment by those who truly know it - the troopers and officers themselves. From the dust of the wartime desert and raids on harboured Luftwaffe aircraft to sniping al-Qaeda in the far mountains of Afghanistan, SAS: The Autobiography takes the reader on a high adrenaline history of the regiment which simultaneously lifts the shroud of mystery from the regiment’s operations.

Reviews for Jon E Lewis's The English Soldier: An Autobiography:

‘A triumph’ - Saul David, author of Victoria’s Army

‘Harrowing, funny and often unbelievable book.’ - Daily Express

‘[A] compelling tommy’s eye view of war from Agincourt to Iraq’ - Daily Telegraph

About Jon E. Lewis

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Jon E. Lewis is a historian and writer, whose books on history and military history (including SAS and Survivor) are sold worldwide. He is also editor of many Mammoth Book of... anthologies, including the bestselling On the Edge and Endurance and Adventure. He holds graduate and postgraduate degrees in history. His work has appeared in New Statesman, the Independent, Time Out, and the Guardian.
Published June 28, 2011 by Robinson. 353 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel, War, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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