This text covers every aspect of the history of the SAS, including operations, equipment, specialized weaponry and famous figures associated with the regiment. The information is presented in A-Z format and boasts more than 1000 entries with 450 photographs of SAS troops in action and in training and their range of equipment, much of which was developed by the regiment solely for their own use. Battleplan sketches illustrate some of the most important SAS operations from their origins during World War II, to the Gulf War campaigns and their role as an anti-terrorist unit. Every entry is cross-referenced.
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Used availability for Barry Davies's The Complete Encyclopedia of the SAS
November 1998 : UK Hardback
June 2001 : UK Paperback