A ROYAL ENGINEER AT WAR 1940 - 1945

by Martyn Ford-Jones

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A Royal Engineer at War 1940-1946 is a British soldier's account of his life, both private and military, while serving with the Corps of Royal Engineers between 1940 and 1946.

Based on the diaries of Royal Engineer Robert Jones, the narrative follows him across the North African desert, describes the bombing of Tripoli Harbour, the invasion of Sicily and the landing on the Normandy beaches on D-Day + 2. The story follows the advance through Belgium and Holland, to the battle that became known as the Rhine Crossing.

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