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    Ray Mears-The Real Heroes of Telemark

    Blagged a copy of this from my favourite 2nd bookshop in Cardigan for the princely sum of 2 quid!!
    Its an amazing insight into such a selfless act of courage that otherwise may have changed history!
    A must read,..
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    It is a great book, I've just bought another copy to give away as a prize!

    If your interested in bagging yourself this book for free checkout the exclusive twitter comp that I've just launched - It's for 2 days only and you will have better odds of winning than normal!
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    I read it a couple of years ago. great read
    Andrew

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    Don't do twitter, don't do Facebook. Guess I will just have to buy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Realearner View Post
    Don't do twitter, don't do Facebook. Guess I will just have to buy it
    That's two of us
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    Quote Originally Posted by rossbird View Post
    That's two of us
    Make that three!

    I'll just go to the local library and borrow a copy.

    Al

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    Now on my xmas list..!!

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    My parents gave me this book for Christmas. I have just finished reading it.

    It is a really good, albeit short, book. I highly recommend it, if you have an interest in WWII - but, from a survival/bushcraft point of view this book has less to offer than I had expected.

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