This is the story of a young soldier from a traditional farming background in rural Huntingdonshire, who served four years during World War II as a gunner and trained signalman.
As a member of the 2SAS in 1943, and later with partisans in the Apennine Mountains in Italy, he achieved a successful mission in 1944, behind the Gustav Line, breaking German supply routes to Cassino and the Liri Valley.
In the contrasting conditions of sand and snow, in deserts and mountains, Bert Goodwin writes of moments of great bravery, compassion and comradery during the action and destruction of war, and of his experiences in the major battles of the North African and Italian campaigns under Gernerals Montgomery and Alexander.
Bert’s daughter, Janet collected his writings together and, following his death, his granddaughter, Beth, asked Brian and Beth Davis to edit the recollections and write this book.
Paperback 122 pages
Colour photo insert
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