Operation Jedburgh Ceramic Mugs

These mugs perfect for every occasion whether planning operations in an office or out by a fire telling war stories with the Resistance.

Operation Jedburgh was a joint, clandestine operation during World War II that involved personnel from the British Special Operations Executive (SOE), the American Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and personnel Free French, Belgium and Dutch soldiers in exile.  The teams parachuted into Belgium, France and the Netherlands ahead of the Allied Invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944 in order to conduct sabotage and guerrilla warfare.  The resulting increase in local resistance against the German units within these areas was key in slowing down their response to the Allied Invasion once it kicked off.

The training and methodology of the Jedburgh Teams was kept classified for decades following World War II and the Teams were the prototype from which modern US Army Special Forces adapted it’s selection process, training process and methods with which ODAs are utilized throughout the world.
  • All stoneware is lead free and food safe
  • Fired to 2100ºF and is extremely durable
  • Microwave, Dishwasher, Oven and Freezer Safe

Category: Handmade, Mug

Type: Mug

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