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Guerilla Command

Raiding Forces Series, Book V
By: Phil Ward
Series: Raiding Forces, Book 5
Length: 10 hrs and 21 mins
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In Guerrilla Command Major John Randal leads the Abyssinian guerrilla army he has raised against the Italians in central Abyssinia in the final phase of his private guerrilla war. Col. Orde Wingate and the Patriots enter Abyssinia in the north and begin a cross country advance to Addis Abba. Attacking out of the Sudan with the 4th and 5th Indian Divisions the Kaid runs into trouble at the mountain fortress of Kerne on the way to the Red Sea Port of Massawa. While East Africa Force out of Kenya races up the coast to Mogadishu then across the desert to Addis Abba with Sir Terry Stones Lounge Lizard Yeomanry armored car regiment leading the way in the fastest blitzkrieg in history. This is the story of an extraordinary military campaign that has been lost to history.

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great series

this is a great World War II series. can't wait for the next book in the series

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Another Well Written Book In The Series

Phil Ward has a great ability to meld historical facts with a compelling story. As a former military officer, I enjoy the way he delves into tactics. However, the reader does not have to have a military background to enjoy this series. The characters are well developed and interesting to follow throughout the series.

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