Mutiny At Salerno An Injustice Exposed

By: David, Saul

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In late September 1943, nearly 200 veterans of Montgomery's Eighth Army were arrested for refusing orders to join units of the US Fifth Army at the Salerno beachhead in southern Italy. Within six weeks, all but one had been found guilty of mutiny, their sentences ranging from five years' penal servitude to death. Fifty years on, Saul David became the first military historian to gain access to the court martial papers. This book is about that Court Martial. Light crinkling to DJ, scuff on flyleaf. Foreword by Sir Ludovic Kennedy. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 240 pages; 12201

Title: Mutiny At Salerno An Injustice Exposed

Author Name: David, Saul

Categories: Special Forces,

Edition: 1st English Edition

Publisher: London, Brassey's: 1995

ISBN Number: 1857531469

ISBN Number 13: 9781857531466

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 12201

Keywords: Darby's Rangers Commando Ranger WWII World War II Italy Laxton,