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The Layout of the Assault 
by Pete Bublitz 

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Black, Robert W. Rangers in World War II . Ballantine Books: New York, 1992.

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Ford, Ken. Dieppe 1942: Prelude to D-Day . Osprey Publishing: London, 2004.

Franks, Norman L.R. The Greatest Air Battle: Dieppe, 19th August 1942 . Grub Street: London, 1992.

Ladd, James. Commandos and Rangers of World War II . St. Martin’s Press: New York, 1978.

Leasor, James. Green Beach . William Morrow and Company, Inc.: New York, 1975.

Mellor, John. Forgotten Heroes: The Canadians at Dieppe . Methuen Publications: Toronto, 1975.

Villa, Brian Loring. Unauthorized Action: Mountbatten and the Dieppe Raid . Oxford University Press: Toronto, 1989.

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Copyright © 2005 Pete Bublitz.

Written by Pete Bublitz.  If you have questions or comments on this article, please contact Pete Bublitz at: as4893@wayne.edu.

About the author: Pete Bublitz, whose first and middle names are Jonathan Peter, is an undergraduate student enrolled at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. His main school-based interest, in terms of courses, is to take up a history major among others. His personal interests include, but are not limited to, getting lost, music, comedy, and last but not least history.

Published online: 07/23/2005.
 

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