By Ken Ford
Osprey's exam of the Dieppe raid of August 1942, which used to be some of the most arguable activities of worldwide conflict II (1939-1945). Operation 'Jubilee' used to be a frontal attack on a fortified port touchdown the newest apparatus and armour without delay directly to the seashore. the most strength might break the port amenities whereas different smaller landings handled anti-aircraft and coastal batteries. The raid itself become a fiasco. The attack strength used to be pinned down at the seashore and 3 quarters of the 5,000 troops landed have been misplaced. This publication analyses the disastrous raid and examines contrasting conclusions drawn through the Allies and the Germans.
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