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Adultery under Arms by Constantine Fitz Gibbon

Adultery under Arms by Constantine Fitz Gibbon

'Gay abandon among the bombs and bottle parties of wartime London. ' - from back cover. Robert Louis Constantine Lee-Dillon Fitzgibbon (Massachusetts 8 June 1919 - Dublin 25 March 1983) was a historian, translator and novelistFitzGibbon served as an officer in the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (the 'Ox & Bucks') regiment of the British Army, from 1940 to 1942. As a US citizen he transferred to the United States Army in 1942, when the USA entered the war, rising to the rank of Major by 1945. His work was in intelligence, and he served as a staff officer to General Omar H Bradley in the D-Day campaign and thereafter. He revered Bradley's generalship, and his wartime experiences were formative for the rest of his life.FitzGibbon wrote over 30 books, including nine novels, and translated numerous works from German and French.

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