Silently the men in British battledress moved through the dark woods. Swiftly they took up position by the road. The distant rumble of trucks told of the convoy’s approach. As the first vehicle rounded a bend, the men in ambush could see that it was British. Yet the whispered order still came – “Prepare to fire,” and the men in British uniforms obediently cocked their guns, aimed – and fired!
Here was one of the greatest mysteries of the war – and only one man, Phil Brewster, a sergeant who moved among these treacherous attackers like a phantom – knew the full story . . .
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