Shetland Bus: A WWII Epic of Escape, Survival, and Adventure

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Rowman & Littlefield, 17. j˙n. 2008 - 248 sÝ­ur
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From the author of We Die Alone.
 

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persuaded my local library to buy a copy of this book after a trip to Norway. Our guide, Inger, recommended this book . I read it and enjoyed it. Our cruise started and ended in Bergen, Norway, base of the boats in the book Read full review

The Shetland Bus: A WWII Epic of Escape, Survival, and Adventure

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Released in 1951 and 1957, respectively, these titles offer little-known chapters in the history of World War II. Sledge Patrol tells how a handful of Danes and Norwegians on dog sleds patrolled a 500 ... Read full review

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Index
231
Shetland Bus Insert
241
Back Cover
257

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David Howarth served as a British naval officer during World War II, running the Norwegian-mannered spy ring whose name became the title of his first best-selling book. The author of two dozen majoy works of history, including We Die Alone and The Shetland Bus, also available from The Lyons Press, he died in 1991.

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