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Recently our attention has been drawn to a series of new books, articles and radio and television documentaries on the subjects covered by Britain's Small Wars. Their contents, in many cases, draw extensively on material published on this web site and used without acknowledgment or permission of the copyright holders.

When this site was created and developed, its aim, which remains, was to record those conflicts since 1945 in which British service personnel have been called upon to do their duty, reported as far as possible through the eye-witness accounts of those involved, and to create Honour Rolls, where none existed before, of those who gave their lives in service to their country. As a result this web site has become a valuable historical resource due to the voluntary efforts of our contributors, free from the profit-making needs  of media publishers.

By using Britain's Small Wars copyright material without permission, some authors and publishers are not only taking credit falsely for their work, they are dishonoring British forces and their achievements. While we do not have the resources to 'police' the use of our material nor pursue costly litigation, we usually give permission freely to those who approach us to quote passages from our pages for their use. In fact, they honor us by doing so. All we request is that they acknowledge the fact in their published work.

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The Orange-Lillies in the Radfan 1965
The "Orange-Lillies" in the Radfan 1965
By
Sgt Leslie "the bat" Deacon
1st Bn the Royal Sussex Regt./3rd Queens Regr

Radfan Intro
Radfan Intro

45 in the Radfan
45 in the Radfan

Radforce
Radforce

The Assault on Cap-Badge
The Assault on Cap-Badge

Operation Nutcracker
Operation Nutcracker

The RAF in the Radfan
The RAF in the Radfan

 

Farrar the Para
Farrar the Para
3rd Parachute Battalion in the Radfan

 

C Troop 33 Para Field Reg in the Radfan 1957
C Troop 33 Para Field Reg
in the Radfan 1957

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