The Battle of Maryang San : 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment, Korea 2-8 October 1951

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The Battle of Maryang San : 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment, Korea 2-8 October 1951
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Publisher: Balmoral, N.S.W. : Headquarters Training Command, Australian Army, c1991. Description: viii, 136 p., [12] p. of plates, [6] folded leaves : ill., col. plans, ports. ; 23 cm. 0642169233 (pbk.) In early October 1951, 3RAR (3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment), in conjunction with British Commonwealth troops, attacked a group of hills near the Imjin River. The attack was named after the biggest of these hills and became known as the battle for Maryang San or “Operation Commando”. In this action 3RAR had won one of the most impressive victories achieved by any Australian battalion. In five days of heavy fighting 3RAR dislodged a numerically superior enemy from a position of great strength. The Australians were successful in achieving surprise on 3 and 5 October, the company and platoon showed high courage, tenacity and morale despite some very difficult situations, such as that of D company when the mist rose on 5 October and those of B and C Companies when the weight of enemy fire threatened their isolation of Hill 317 on 7 October ... The victory of Maryang San is probably the greatest single feat of the Australian Army during the Korean War. . Illustrated Card. Very Good.

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