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Set Europe ablaze The order came from Churchill himself The result was the Special Operations Executive the SOE Established in 1941 with the aim of supplying Occupied France with a steady stram of highly trained resistance agents this clandestine Second World War network grew to become a cricual part of the Allied arsenal Ingeniously engineering acts of sabotage resistance and terror in the face of the occupying Nazis the SOE dealt devastating and fatal blows to the German war effort and directly contributed to the rapid and successful advance of Allied forces across France in the days and months after D Day At the head of the French operations stood Colonel Maurice James Buckmaster the leader of the SOEs French Section These are his extraordinary memoirs A lost classic now available for the first time after many decades They Fought Alone offers a uniue insight into the courageous triumphs and terrible fates of the SOEs agents between 1941 and 1944 This new edition includes an introduction by intelligence historian Michael Smith that deals with the recent controversy surrounding Buckmaster restoring his reputation as one of the most important figures in the resistance to the Nazis How brave these people were to do so much to help the allies win t

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They Fought Alone The True Story of SOE's Agents in Wartime FranceSet Europe ablaze The order came from Churchill himself The result was the Special Operations Executive the SOE Established in 1941 with the aim of supplying Occupied France with a steady stram of highly trained resistance agents this clandestine Second World War network grew to become a cricual part of the Allied arsenal Ingeniously engineering acts of sabotage resistance and terror in the face of the occupying Nazis the SOE dealt devastating and fatal blows to the German war effort and directly contributed to the rapid and successful advance of Allied forces across France in the days and months after D Day At the head of the French operations stood Colonel Maurice James Buckmaster the leader of the SOEs French Section These are his extraordinary memoirs A lost classic now available for the first time after many decades They Fought Alone offers a uniue insight into the courageous triumphs and terrible fates of the SOEs agents between 1941 and 1944 This new edition includes an introduction by intelligence historian Michael Smith that deals with the recent controversy surrounding Buckmaster restoring his reputation as one of the most important figures in the resistance to the Nazis Like INTREPID this should be reuired reading for all history clas