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Title: The Flames of Calais: A Soldier's Battle ...
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton 1st printing, London
Publication Date: 1972
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
Edition: 1st Edition
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The defense of Calais in May/June 1940 was a superb example of selfless courage and sacrifice. Sent by Churchill to divert the Germans from Dunkirk and so save the British Army from total annihilation and capture, 29 Brigade had orders not to evacuate or surrender. Airey Neave, later to be Margaret Thatcher's right hand man until his assassination in 1979, was one of those who fought, and was wounded and captured thereAbout the Author:
Airey Neave is a former soldier and politician.
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