Operation Gunnerside WWII


tiny thumbnail
tiny thumbnail

Operation Gunnerside WWII by McPitu
British authorities, aware that the Grouse team was still operational, decided to mount another operation with them; by this time, the Grouse team was known as Swallow. On the night of 16 February 1943, in Operation Gunnerside (named after the village of Gunnerside, where SOE head Charles Jocelyn Hambro and his family used to shoot grouse), an additional six Norwegian commandos were dropped by parachute by a 138 Squadron Halifax bomber from RAF Tempsford.[14] They landed successfully, and found the Swallow team after a few days of searching on cross-country skis. The combined team made final preparations for their assault, scheduled for the night of 27–28 February 1943
Sale Price: $24.95


Reg. Price: $24.95
ON SALE   $19.95 (Save 20%)
Sale ends in 17 hours

(300 characters remaining)
USA gift recipients will not see prices.

or add to wish list
Added to Cart!