Obituary: Maj-Gen John Frost
Saturday 29 May 1993
Where it relates, 'Frost was called to Downing Street to relate his experiences to a delighted Churchill', the full truth is rather richer.
On 3 March the Prime Minister assembled the War Cabinet to hear the full story from those who had taken part in the raid. Afterwards he finally established - as a result of this action - his firm belief in the future of airborne forces. From this, the decision was made to go ahead with the establishment of an airborne division. Bruneval was the beginning.
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