EBOOK / KINDLE (Devil's Guard) BY George Robert Elford

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 336
  • Devil's Guard
  • George Robert Elford
  • English
  • 18 June 2018
  • 9780440120148

George Robert Elford ☆ 4 Read

Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ George Robert Elford George Robert Elford ☆ 4 Read Devil's Guard Read ´ 104 Ch Foreign Legion And among that international army of the desperate and the damned none were so bloodstained as the fugitive veterans of the German SSWHAT THEY DID IN VIETNAM WAS ITS UGLIEST SECRET UNTIL NOWLoathed by the French feared and hated by the Vie. I first read this when I was in the army and it was passed around the platoon What an amazing tale

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Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ George Robert Elford George Robert Elford ☆ 4 Read Devil's Guard Read ´ 104 Tnamese the Germans fought not for patriotism or glory but because fighting for France was better than hanging from its gallows Here now is the untold story of the killer elite whose discipline ferocity and suicidal courage made them the weapon of last reso. This is a novel which pretends to merely be a heavily fictionalized real account but is an exceptionally good story a Waffen SS officer hunter of partisans so fairly morally tolerable who escapes at the end of WW2 along with many of his men to join the French Foreign Legion and fight in Indochina Vietnam Perfectly captures the competent special operations vs mindless politicians unconventional warfare in the jungle etc This came out around when Vietnam was getting to peak US involvement 1971 and a lot of the actions in the book were pretty much MACV SOG type missions which were then currentProbably the most ardently anti communist story I ve ever read

Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ George Robert Elford

Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ George Robert Elford George Robert Elford ☆ 4 Read Devil's Guard Read ´ 104 WHAT THEY DID IN WORLD WAR II WAS HISTORY'S BLOODIEST NIGHTMAREThe ashes of World War II were still cooling when France went to war in the jungles of Southeast Asia In that struggle its frontline troops were the misfits criminals and mercenaries of the Fren. This is a classic that is hard to find but passed around Marine Infantry Platoons for all grunts to read It is a fascinating tale of Germany SS troops who evaded capture after the end of WWII from the Eastern front with Russia They escaped to Switzerland where they joined the French Foreign Legion The Irony of having former SS troops serve France while the rest of their comrades are being sentenced to death is not lost In the Legion they are sent to French Indochina where they are consolidated into a battalion and unleashed on the Viet Cong They bring a new level of Nazi ruthlessness to the counterinsurgency that is uite socking It is by no means a instruction manual on conducting counterinsurgency but nonetheless their unit is successful It is impossible to put this book down and it is a uick read I have read it many times and I will read it many