By W. E. Johns
Biggles is back!
Caught up within the German invasion of Norway within the early days of the second one global warfare, Biggles has to exploit all his crafty to stick one step prior to the enemy. along with his previous opponent Von Stalheim scorching on his path, it's going to take a bold act to prevent the horror of the Nazi firing squad.
Deep within the jungle heartland of eastern occupied Malaya, Biggles and his staff function a mystery commando base. It's lethal, risky paintings, risking enemy seize and Biggles is scuffling with to deliver all his males out alive.
With a perilous project forward and the specter of being shot down within the waterless wilderness of the African plains, Biggles is within the wasteland, protecting the important air-route from the West coast of Africa to the center East. whilst a couple of planes fail to reach at their locations, Biggles is there to determine why - and forestall it taking place again.
Biggles is lacking in motion. final obvious mendacity shot and wounded, surrounded by means of the enemy, his likelihood is having a look bleak. yet Algy, Ginger and Bertie won't quit till they locate him, useless or alive, and if this implies going in the back of enemy strains, then that's what they'll do.
Read Online or Download Biggles WWII Collection: Biggles Defies the Swastika, Biggles Delivers the Goods, Biggles Defends the Desert & Biggles Fails to Return: Omnibus Edition [Retail] PDF
Similar military books
<span><span><span>Referring to the struggle that used to be raging throughout elements of the yank panorama, Abraham Lincoln informed Congress in 1862, "We shall nobly keep, or meanly lose, the final top wish in the world. " Lincoln well-known what used to be at stake within the American Civil conflict: not just freedom for three.
Items let us succeed in out and contact the prior they usually play a residing position in heritage at the present time. via them we will come toward the truth skilled via the warriors who fought at Waterloo - that almost all iconic of all battles. utilizing beautiful pictures, infrequent items from the Napoleonic period let us know their tale of the conflict.
In the course of the Napoleonic Wars the sector of Hesse was once divided among Hessen-Kassel and Hessen-Darmstadt. less than Napoleon's patronage, in 1806 Hessen-Darmstadt bought all ultimate imperial possessions inside of its borders and used to be increased to a Grand Duchy. that very same 12 months, Hessen-Kassel, lower than Imperial Elector Wilhelm I, used to be dissolved and integrated into Jerome Bonaparte's state of Westphalia, leading to major political, administrative and sartorial alterations.
This can be a appealing ebook with a pictorial assortment and old details on naval uniforms and sea-going dresses.
- American Military History: 1775-1902
- Unbroken: The Story of a Submarine
- Multiservice procedures for well-drilling operations : Army, Navy, Air Force
- Empire of Secrets: British Intelligence, the Cold War and the Twilight of Empire
- Special Operations Patrol Vehicles: Afghanistan and Iraq (New Vanguard, Volume 179)
Additional resources for Biggles WWII Collection: Biggles Defies the Swastika, Biggles Delivers the Goods, Biggles Defends the Desert & Biggles Fails to Return: Omnibus Edition [Retail]
In the event, the strain of events took a heavy toll on him, and he died of cholera on 27 May, to be succeeded in command by Major-General Barnard, who was joined by the remnant of the garrison at Meerut under Colonel Archdale Wilson. 37 On 8 June, in an attempt to stop the numerically inferior British force from reaching Delhi, 30,000 rebels with 30 guns established an entrenched position at Badli-ki-Serai, 5 miles (8km) north-west of the city. Wilson drove them off and established himself on a 2-mile (just over 3km-) long feature known as the Ridge which ran north to south, overlooking the north-west walls of Delhi.
British Library) 3, 000 available Anglo-Indian troops extremely difficult; and the commissariat was woefully short of vehicles and animals to pull both men and supplies. Notwithstanding all these difficulties, small detachments from many different posts were summoned to unite as a single column, known as the Delhi Field Force. Regaining the initiative for the British, Anson then set off immediately with the intention of depriving the enemy of the focus of their rebellion and defeating them The fighting in detail.
The siege settled into a wearisome contest punctuated by intermittent artillery The infamous 'Well of the Innocents' at Cawnpore. Having butchered their captives on the night of 15-16 July 1857, Nana Sahib's men flung the dismembered bodies down this dry well, where the gruesome remains were discovered by the horrified men of Havelock's relief force. (Author's collection) bombardments, the regular rattle of musket fire, and constant sniping. On some days the mutineers would launch concerted attacks against the defenders, but all such forays were driven back, sometimes with heavy losses.