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The SAS Survival Handbook was written by John 'Lofty' Wiseman who served in the SAS for 26 years. A real classic this invaluable book is crammed with everything you need to know about surviving in the wild in any climate on land or sea. The SAS Handbook is the Special Air Service's complete course in being prepared for any type of emergency. 'Lofty' talks you through real strategies for surviving in any type of situation from accidents to escape procedures including chemical and nuclear attacks to successfully adapting to various climates (polar tropical desert) to identifying edible plants and creating a fire.
Build a shelter trap a fish catch a passing crocodile find water in the desert read the stars for navigation even know which wild mushrooms are ok to eat.
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