Five amputee soldiers, four of them injured in Afghanistan have retraced the route of the Cockleshell Heroes who kayaked up the Gironde to Bordeaux in 1942 to plant limpet mines on German ships.
The men covered 90 miles in 5 days - a gruelling journey particularly for one former soldier who lost both legs and an arm. Kerry Swain went with them.
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