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Based on the extraordinary true story, in September 2000, eleven British soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment on a UN peacekeeping mission are captured by a notorious militia gang at the height of the Sierra Leone civil war. The so-called 'West Side Boys' and child soldiers had subjected their part of the country to a long reign of terror, murdering, kidnapping and mutilating. British Prime Minister Tony Blair ordered the armed forces to rescue the troops. The SAS and elements of the Parachute Regiment were rushed to West Africa and a naval squadron assembled offshore. The stage was set for the biggest British military operation on the continent for a generation - and their most daring rescue mission ever. The objective however; to bring an end to the Sierra Leone civil war and free its people.
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