CRAIG MOORE'S FEATURE SCRAP MOUNTAIN REVEALS THE FATE OF THOUSANDS OF BRITISH AND GERMAN VEHICLES AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.
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Our lead feature this month concerns General William ‘Strafer’ Gott. Selected to head up the Eighth Army ahead of a pivotal clash in the Western Desert, Gott was killed en-route to take his command by Luftwaffe pilots. Michael Haskew examines the career of this capable, if forgotten, armoured division commander.