Bruneval

By (author) Oldfield, Paul

The Bruneval Raid, launched against a German radar installation on the French coast in February 1942, was unique: it was one of the first fully combined operations put together by HQ Combined Operations under Mountbatten; for the first time a unit of the newly formed British Parachute Regiment went into action; it was the only raid carried out purely to satisfy the needs of scientific intelligence. It was highly successful and the results achieved were out of all proportion to the resources committed. This book covers the development of radar, the search for German radar in the Second World War, the discovery of Wurzburg radar at Bruneval, the planning and preparations for the audacious raid, its highly successful execution and the aftermath. There is a wealth of colourful characters involved, from world-class scientists, outstanding reconnaissance pilots, Resistance agents, famous sailors, soldiers and airmen, an escaped German Jew and, most importantly, a vast number of ordinary people involved doing extraordinary things to win the war against Hitler's Germany.

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書名 Bruneval
著作者等 Oldfield, Paul
出版元 Pen & Sword Books Ltd
刊行年月 2013.01.17
ページ数 198p
大きさ H216 x W138
ISBN 9781781590676
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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