When Bill O’Hara was put in charge of a remote desert airstrip, he reckoned he’d been given the most boring job in the war.
But to the Germans, that tiny outpost was vitally important if a planned offensive was to succeed.
And all Bill had to defend his command was a handful of men, a few machine guns, and, oh, two vintage armoured cars . . .
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