200 blistering, bullet-whipped desert miles they went behind enemy lines, a handful of men on a mission that was almost certain death. Their task – to blow to smithereens Rommel’s most vital supply port, crippling his infamous Afrika Korps.
Success could save thousands of Allied lives. But British Desert H.Q. knew success was a chance in a million.
Trouble is, no-one could tell these volunteers that they were expected to fail, to be captured and killed. They wouldn’t listen. They just wouldn’t believe it.
For these were no ordinary soldiers . . .
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