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Well known for being the only recipient of the Victoria Cross for actions on 6 June 1944 (D-Day), Company Sergeant Major Stan Hollis, was a true leader of men and a superb soldier. However, that only just scratches the surface of a man who was recommended for not just the Victoria Cross twice, but also the Military Medal and the Distinguished Conduct Medal.

Mark Green tells the story of a son of Middlesbrough, who fought in many of the key conflicts of WW2 with distinction, being wounded five times, only to shun publicity and state "anyone would have done what I did".

He truly was "The Man They Couldn't Kill".

Stan Hollis VC by Mark Green

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