By Mike Langley
This vintage biography of a awesome warrior, which used to be first released in 1988, relies on interviews with Lassen’s fellow infantrymen and a wealth of unique study. It covers every one degree of Lassen’s brief, impressive occupation in brilliant aspect and gives a penetrating perception into the outstanding braveness, self assurance and single-minded motivation that lay in the back of Lassen’s outstanding exploits. Mike Langley additionally reconstructs, utilizing the testimony of survivors, the operation during which Lassen used to be killed and for which he used to be offered the Victoria go.
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Anders Lassen VC, MC of the SAS by Mike Langley