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By Martyn R. Ford-Jones

A Royal Engineer at battle 1940-1946 is a British soldier's account of his existence, either inner most and army, whereas serving with the Corps of Royal Engineers among 1940 and 1946. according to the diaries of driving force first-class Robert "Robb" Jones, the reader follows this Royal Engineer around the deserts of North Africa and the center East, endures the bombing of Tripoli Harbour, and accompanies him on either the invasion of Sicily and the landings at the Normandy seashores. The reader follows the improvement up via Belgium and Holland and is given a first-hand account of the conflict that turned often called the Rhine Crossing. The narrative can be interspersed all through with a few suitable army occasions, which happened throughout the related interval. as with any such tales, the reader is given entry to the subject's innermost options, revealing his fears, anxieties, frustrations and feelings; the latter concerning the affections of a few beautiful younger girls. as well as being in accordance with the written strategies, reviews and diary entries of Robb Jones, the publication is illustrated with pictures taken via him in the course of his six years as a Royal Engineer.

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