18 Hours : The true story of an SAS war hero [used book]

18 Hours : The true story of an SAS war hero [used book]

By: Sandra Lee

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Fourteen months after the September 11 attacks shook the world, Martin 'Jock' Wallace was awarded the nation's third-highest military honour for bravery - the Medal for Gallantry - for his actions in the war against terror in south-eastern Afghanistan. At the age of thirty-two, working as a signalman the elite Special Air Service Regiment, Wallace's courage under fire during Operation Anaconda helped save the lives of eighty American soldiers and two Australians (including himself), who were ambushed by up to 1000 al-Qaeda terrorists and Taliban hard-liners in a life-and-death battle. "18 Hours" is the true story of a modern-day Australian war hero - a powerful, action filled anatomy of his eighteen-hour-long battle against the world's most dangerous terrorist group, al-Qaeda, in their last stronghold in Afghanistan. About the Author: Sandra Lee is an Australian journalist and author with almost two decades of experience in the daily newspaper and magazine publishing industry in Australia and the US. A former assistant editor, foreign correspondent and columnist for the Daily Telegraph Sandra was previously editor-at-large at Marie Claire magazine and now writes the back page colomn for Australia's largest selling newspaper, the Sunday Telegraph in NSW. She is the author of two books: Beyond Bad: The Life and Crimes of Katherine Knight and The Promise: An Iraqi Mother's Desperate Flight to Freedom.

Title: 18 Hours : The true story of an SAS war hero [used book]

Author Name: Sandra Lee

Categories: Military Biography, Special Forces,

Publisher: Australia, Harper Collins: 2006

ISBN Number: 0732282306

ISBN Number 13: 9780732282301

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Good

Type: Book

Size: 23.4 x 15.3 x 2.5 cm

Kg: 0.49 Kg

Seller ID: 0732282306

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