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Military History Reader Poll - January 2010

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Which military operation do you regard as the signature example in which speed and timing, rather than size or magnitude of force, was the critical factor?

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    Lyndon says:

    The rescue of Mussolini by Otto Skorzeny in 1943.

    The capture of the Eben forts in Belgium in 1940.

    Execution of Heinrich Heydrich in Czechoslovakia in 1943.

    Japanese midget submarines in Sydney harbour in 1943.

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