Commando: Brute Force Print

Sixteen-stone Bruce Ashley - they first called him the Brute because of his tactics on the rugby field. Straight at the opposition and crash your way through was the way he played.Then came the Second World War and, as an officer in the Australian Army, he brought his head-on methods to the way he fought. First the Germans, then the Japanese, learned that the Brute was not a man to tangle with unless you were very brave - or very foolish.

This fantastic image is available on photographic print 10"x15"

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Brute Force Print Specification:
Cover artwork by: Ian Kennedy
High Quality Lustre Photographic Paper: 10"x 15"
Full colour
Issue No: 4321


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