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Operation J V was a British Commando raid over the night of 11/12 April 1942, during the Second World War. It was carried out by two men Captain Gerald Montanaro, accompanied by Trooper Preece of 101 (Folbot) Troop, No. 6 Commando. The two men paddled a two man canoe into Boulogne harbour, planted a limpet mine on a German tanker and withdrew unseen.[1]

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