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Special Forces Berlin: Clandestine Cold War Operations of the US Army's Elite, 1956-1990 (Audiobook)

Special Forces Berlin: Clandestine Cold War Operations of the US Army's Elite, 1956-1990 By James Stejskal, read by Tim Campbell
2017 | ISBN: 1541458192, ASIN: B0733YNBWG | English | [email protected] kbps | 11 hrs 25 min | 304 MB

The massive armies of the Soviet Union and its Warsaw Pact allies posed a huge threat to the nations of Western Europe. US military planners decided they needed a plan to slow the juggernaut they expected when and if a war began. The plan was Special Forces Berlin. Their mission, should hostilities commence, was to wreak havoc behind enemy lines and buy time for vastly outnumbered NATO forces to conduct a breakout from the city. In reality it was an ambitious and extremely dangerous mission, even suicidal. Highly trained and fluent in German, each man was allocated a specific area. They were skilled in clandestine operations, sabotage, and intelligence tradecraft and able to act as independent operators, blending into the local population and working unseen in a city awash with spies looking for information on their every move. Special Forces Berlin was a one of a kind unit that had no parallel. It left a legacy of a new type of soldier expert in unconventional warfare, one that was sought after for missions such as the attempted rescue of American hostages from Tehran in 1979. With the US government officially acknowledging their existence in 2014, their incredible story can now be told.

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