Sussex Auxiliary Units And Operational
This is the overview page for the Sussex Auxiliary Units.
This page was last updated at 6:24pm on 19/4/13
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This list was compiled from various sources
including the concentrations of names/addresses as found in the Auxiliary Units Nominal Roll (held at Kew, National
Records), and the very welcome help of Stewart Angell, and others.
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Stewart Angell has written a great book all about the Sussex Auxiliary Units
which can be bought below.
In Sussex there were 23 patrols with 139 men, the smallest consisted of four men and the largest eight. Each
patrol had an underground hideout, the operational base (OB) and in many cases an underground observation (OP) post
or lookout was also sited close by. Both the OB and OP were extremely well hidden, usually in woodland or thick
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