Lecture

Operation Hell Fire – Tuesday 8 June, 7pm

Brigadier Christopher Bullock OBE MC takes us through a young officer’s tale of ‘Claret’ operations in the undeclared war between Britain and Indonesia in the mid 1960s. These clandestine operations launched deep into Indonesia were officially denied but, nevertheless wrested the initiative back from Indonesia and enabled Britain to successfully conclude what was euphemistically known as ‘confrontation’.  Join us for our first virtual event and hear the full story of ‘Operation Hell Fire’ from Brigadier Bullock himself.

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You might also be interested in Brigadier Bullock’s book on the subject, titled Journeys Hazardous, which is available on our online shop for just £9.99.

Date: 08th June 2021

Time: 7:00pm (11:45pm NEPAL)

Cost: FREE

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