Apr 292013
 

Major Robert Charlton HallThe little known story about the Auxiliary Units and their roll in the D-Day preparations by Stephen Lewins and others.

During the war some Auxiliers were asked if they would volunteer for overseas service. This service was to train as paratroopers and to sabotage the German supplies behind enemy lines. Some, as you may be aware, did leave the Auxiliary Units and joined the newly formed SAS. The scheme ran out of steam and the training did not gather much pace and eventually stopped altogether.

Find out what happened during this important training in our new article here

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