Skorzeny's Special Missions
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While recuperating from an injury acquired on the Eastern Front in 1941, Otto Skorzeny made a study of unconventional warfare and put forward his ideas to senior German commanders. Given the opportunity to lead a commando unit he became famous for the successful mission to rescue of Mussolini from captivity in 1943. This memoir, first published in 1957, recounts his various exploits including his interrogation and internment after the war.