Blue Lanyard, Red Banner: The Capture of a Vietcong Headquarters By 1st Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment - Operation CRIMP 8 - 14 January 1966

By: Lex McAulay

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Blue Lanyard, Red Banner: The Capture of a Vietcong Headquarters By 1st Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment - Operation CRIMP 8 - 14 January 1966 by Lex McAulay
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Maryborough, Qld, Australia: Banner Books, 2005. 245 pages with b/w illustrations. Signed by the author on the title page. On operation 'Crimp' US Paratroopers and Australian infantry and engineers captured a Vietcong headqurters in an extensive network of tunnels, some going down to four or more levels, containing munitions and 1000,000 documents. By the fortunes of war the Aussies landed almost on top of the tunnels, defeated the gaurd battalions, and spent a week exploring the tunnels and dragging out weapons, munitions and secret documents in quantities never before seen by South Vietnamese or Free World Forces before.. Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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