For over a century the old naval cutlass had hung in the hall of the French chateau along with many other relics of past wars. But this weapon was different from the rest – it was British, made of British steel, only ever wielded in wartime by British hands. How it had come to be in France was a strange tale . . .
But even stranger were the events yet to befall it, as the Second World War erupted across Europe and once again British shores were threatened.
Some mild general wear, moderate tanning. Book is sound and in good condition. Bags and boards optional, please add during checkout if required. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.