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Go! Go! Go!: The SAS. The Iranian Embassy Siege. The True Story. by Rusty FirminIn 1980, terrorists seized the Iranian embassy in London, taking everyone inside captive. When one of the hostages was murdered, the Special Air Services of the British Army received their orders: “Go! Go! Go!” Seventeen minutes later, five of the six terrorists lay dead, and the last captured. The remaining hostages survived, and no Special Forces man died. This mission catapulted the SAS overnight to worldwide fame. Written with the active involvement of the men who participated, this fascinating work features a host of revelations that will surprise even the most dedicated SAS enthusiast, and interest everyone concerned with terrorism in our dangerous age.
Go! Go! Go!: The SAS. The Iranian Embassy Siege. The True Story.
The first comprehensive account of the storming of the Iranian Embassy in London in It is a comprehensive, detailed and gripping account of an unforgettable six-day drama that shook Britain -- and the wider world -- to the core. Drawing on original and unseen source material from ex-SAS sol. The assault planning and training, strategy and tactics are described in detail, and the personal stories of the gunmen revealed -- who they were, where they came from, why they did it and Saddam Hussein's direct involvement. Compelling accounts of each day of the siege from the hostages' points of view show how they dealt with captivity individually and collectively. New material explains the negotiators' tactics and their cool exterior versus their internal turmoil as negotiations reached crisis point. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The Iranian Embassy Siege., Born and raised in Carlisle and adopted at an early age, Rusty lived with different relatives and attended many different schools until age 15 when he had to fend for himself.
Rusty was the blue team leader during the Iranian embassy siege in London, May The footage captured by the British media show SAS assaulters storming the embassy in which they rescued 19 hostages and killed 5 of the 6 terrorists. The major motion picture "6 Days" is a film about the embassy siege that is based on Rusty's book " Go! The Iranian Embassy Siege. The True Story.