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Tank Twins: East End Brothers in Arms, 1943-45 by Stephen Dyson

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Stephen Dyson and his twin brother Tom served in the same troop in a tank regiment which in ten harrowing months fought its way from the Normandy beachhead into the heart of Germany, encountering en route some of the stiffest opposition faced by any Allied units in the last winter of the war. Steve's account of his experiences, based on the diary which, against the rules, he kept at the time, is remarkable both for its honesty and often unconscious humour.

Hardback, published 1994 in association with the Imperial War Museum by Leo Cooper, in good condition. Slight bumping at the top and bottom of the spine. All the corners are a little bent and slightly worn. The binding is sound and pages are clean and unmarked internally. There are a few very small marks on the outer edges of the pages. The dust jacket condition is very good, there is some slight creasing at the top and bottom of the spine and corners and one or two other small marks, otherwise the book appears unopened.

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Author(s):
Stephen Dyson
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-13:
9780850522747
Publisher:
Leo Cooper
Title:
Tank Twins: East End Brothers in Arms, 1943-45

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Stephen Dyson and his twin brother Tom served in the same troop in a tank regiment which in ten harrowing months fought its way from the Normandy beachhead into the heart of Germany, encountering en route some of the stiffest opposition faced by any Allied units in the last winter of the war. Steve's account of his experiences, based on the diary which, against the rules, he kept at the time, is remarkable both for its honesty and often unconscious humour.

Hardback, published 1994 in association with the Imperial War Museum by Leo Cooper, in good condition. Slight bumping at the top and bottom of the spine. All the corners are a little bent and slightly worn. The binding is sound and pages are clean and unmarked internally. There are a few very small marks on the outer edges of the pages. The dust jacket condition is very good, there is some slight creasing at the top and bottom of the spine and corners and one or two other small marks, otherwise the book appears unopened.

Author(s):
Stephen Dyson
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-13:
9780850522747
Publisher:
Leo Cooper
Title:
Tank Twins: East End Brothers in Arms, 1943-45

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