SAS Gulf Warriors : The Story Behind Bravo Two Zero
The 1991 Gulf War against Iraq saw the biggest deployment of SAS soldiers to an operational theatre since World War II. Some of their exploits, notably the ordeal of the patrol code-named "Bravo Two Zero", have become well known, but other aspects of the SAS campaign in the Gulf have remained shrouded in secrecy. Aiming to provide a fuller record of the operations, this book incorporates first-hand accounts, including revelations of the cruelty of Iraqi guards to their Western prisoners, and also discusses aspects such as the co-operation between the British and American special forces during the campaign, and the strategic role of the SAS.
- Hardback | 192 pages
- 189 x 240mm | 691g
- 01 Nov 1995
- Simon & Schuster Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 110 colour and b&w photographs