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Donald Dean Vc. The Memoirs of a Volunteer & Territorial from Two World Wars - Crowdy, Terry (editor)
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Barnsley, South Yorkshire United Kingdom: Pen & Sword, 2013. 178 pages, b&w photos, index. A Battle Too Far is the true story of Rifleman Henry Taylor 6923581, late 7th Battalion The Rifle Brigade (1stBattalion London Rifle Brigade) and is based on his diaries and recollections as told to his son Lawrence. The Foreword is by Lt-Gen Sir Christopher Wallace Chairman of The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum in Winchester. Henry's war began in October 1942 as the 2nd Battle of El Alamein commenced and continued almost non-stop for the next three years. From El Alamein to Tunisia he fought with the 8th Army as they finally pushed Rommel back to the sea. Expecting to return to Britain in preparation for D Day at the last minute plans were changed and they were ordered to Italy instead. Here they found themselves fighting for every inch of land against determined, well dug-in defenders, in conditions often resembling the trenches of WW1. Their reward? Their campaigns forgotten as the world concentrated on the D Day invasion and to be called 'D Day Dodgers' despite enduring some of the heaviest fighting of the war. As Europe celebrated VE Day Henry's war continued as they raced to Austria to prevent Yugoslav forces annexing Carinthia in the opening shots of the Cold War. Then, as the men around him were de-mobbed, Henry and the rest of the Battalion were sent back to Egypt to protect British interests in the continuing civil unrest. Dejected and fed up it only took one incident to spark a mutiny. . First Edition. Hardcover. New/New., Pen & Sword, 2013, England: Pen & Sword, 2010. 178 pages, b&w photographs,index,notes & glossary. The son of a Sittingbourne brick maker, Donald Dean lied about his age to enlist in 1915. Working his way up from Private to acting Captain in the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment, Dean was severely wounded by machine gun fire at Passchendaele in 1917. Recovered from his wounds, Dean returned to France in 1918 where he won his VC near the city of Lens. Ordered to hold a captured and isolated trench, Dean fought off five German counterattacks, personally killing four Germans in hand-to-hand fighting. His citation read: „Throughout the period Lieutenant Dean inspired his command with his own contempt of danger, and all fought with the greatest bravery. He set an example of valorous leadership and devotion to duty of the very highest order.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Pen & Sword, 2010

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Donald Dean lied about his age to enlist in the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1915 and serve on the Western Front, where he worked his way up from Private to acting Captain. Severely wounded at Passchendaele in 1917, Dean's account of the battle for 'Tower Hamlets' is a gripping account of the horror of trench warfare. Recovered from his wounds, it was in the last weeks of the war. Donald Dean lied about his age to enlist in the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1915 and serve on the Western Front, where he worked his way up from Private to acting Captain. Severely wounded at Passchendaele in 1917, Dean's account of the battle for 'Tower Hamlets' is a gripping account of the horror of trench warfare. Recovered from his wounds, it was in the last weeks of the war, late in September 1918, that Dean won his VC for leading a platoon in the determined defence of a recently-captured and isolated trench against repeated German counterattacks. In one of these attacks, the Germans actually broke into the trench, forcing Dean to break off a call for artillery support with the words, 'The Germans are here, goodbye!' Refusing to be overrun, he personally killed four of the Germans and the position was held. Dean also served in World War II as a senior officer in the Pioneer Corps. He witnessed the fall of France in 1940 and claimed to be the last British soldier to escape from Boulogne. His frank account of the evacuation challenges some cherished conceptions and is very critical of the conduct of the Welsh Guards in particular. Dean describes his distinguished service in Madagascar, Sicily and the Italian mainland up to and beyond the German surrender. When he died in 1985, Colonel Dean was the longest surviving recipient of the Victoria Cross from the Trenches. Terry Crowdy was granted complete access to Dean's private letters and diaries, never previously published, adding additional notes and material from official reports to give the reader context. The result is a moving, often amusing and inspiring portrait of a hero of two world wars. Books, History and Transport~~History~~History: Earliest Times To Present Day, Donald Dean Vc~~Book~~9781848841581~~Terry Crowdy, Susan Bavin, , , , , , , , , ,

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: PEN & SWORD BOOKS], Donald Dean lied about his age to enlist in the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1915 and serve on the Western Front, where he worked his way up from Private to acting Captain. Severely wounded at Passchendaele in 1917, Dean's account of the battle for 'Tower Hamlets' is a gripping account of the horror of trench warfare. Recovered from his wounds, it was in the last weeks of the war, late in September 1918, that Dean won his VC for leading a platoon in the determined defence of a recently-captured and isolated trench against repeated German counterattacks. In one of these attacks, the Germans actually broke into the trench, forcing Dean to break off a call for artillery support with the words, 'The Germans are here, goodbye!' Refusing to be overrun, he personally killed four of the Germans and the position was held.Dean also served in World War II as a senior officer in the Pioneer Corps. He witnessed the fall of France in 1940 and claimed to be the last British soldier to escape from Boulogne. His frank account of the evacuation challenges some cherished conceptions and is very critical of the conduct of the Welsh Guards in particular. Dean describes his distinguished service in Madagascar, Sicily and the Italian mainland up to and beyond the German surrender. When he died in 1985, Colonel Dean was the longest surviving recipient of the Victoria Cross from the Trenches.Terry Crowdy was granted complete access to Dean's private letters and diaries, never previously published, adding additional notes and material from official reports to give the reader context. The result is a moving, often amusing and inspiring portrait of a hero of two world wars.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[EAN: 9781848841581], Neubuch, [PU: Pen & Sword, England], DONALD DEAN VC, WORLD WAR 1 & 2, MILITARY, WESTERN FRONT, VICTORIA CROSS., Jacket, 178 pages, b&w photographs,index,notes & glossary. The son of a Sittingbourne brick maker, Donald Dean lied about his age to enlist in 1915. Working his way up from Private to acting Captain in the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment, Dean was severely wounded by machine gun fire at Passchendaele in 1917. Recovered from his wounds, Dean returned to France in 1918 where he won his VC near the city of Lens. Ordered to hold a captured and isolated trench, Dean fought off five German counterattacks, personally killing four Germans in hand-to-hand fighting. His citation read: „Throughout the period Lieutenant Dean inspired his command with his own contempt of danger, and all fought with the greatest bravery. He set an example of valorous leadership and devotion to duty of the very highest order.

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England: Pen & Sword, 2010. 178 pages, b&w photographs,index,notes & glossary. The son of a Sittingbourne brick maker, Donald Dean lied about his age to enlist in 1915. Working his way up from Private to acting Captain in the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment, Dean was severely wounded by machine gun fire at Passchendaele in 1917. Recovered from his wounds, Dean returned to France in 1918 where he won his VC near the city of Lens. Ordered to hold a captured and isolated trench, Dean fought off five German counterattacks, personally killing four Germans in hand-to-hand fighting. His citation read: „Throughout the period Lieutenant Dean inspired his command with his own contempt of danger, and all fought with the greatest bravery. He set an example of valorous leadership and devotion to duty of the very highest order.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Pen & Sword, 2010

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Donald Dean VC
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Crowdy, Terry; Bavin, Susan

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Donald Dean VC

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9781848841581

The previously unpublished memoirs of a WWI VC winner, who fought in two world wars. With photos and maps.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781848841581
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1848841582
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: PEN & SWORD BOOKS (NCR)
176 Seiten
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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