Marine H SBS

Marine H SBS

The Burma Offensive

  • Author: Ian Blake
  • Short code: SBS
  • Publication Date: 20 Dec 2015
  • Number of Pages: 288
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Fresh from the 1943 Aegean Campaign, explosives expert Sergeant Colin 'Tiger' Tiller of the Royal Marines, is selected to undergo covert training in a one-man midget submarine fitted with a newly modified, specialist weapon. Posted to the Far East he enrols in the Special Boat Section, where he set about ruthlessly destroying Japanese supply ships among the crocodile-infested mangrove swamps along the Arakan coast, raiding enemy-held islands, and employing his deadly skills on Burma's Irrawaddy River. There he receives special orders to use the midget submarine in his most dangerous raid yet… Marine H SBS: The Burma Offensive — based on real operations mounted during World War II— recounts the death-defying exploits of a group of highly trained individuals pitted against the armed might of the Japanese Empire. This is classic military fiction at its best.

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