“We had bricks, sticks, fireworks, petrol bombs thrown at us,” he recalls. “I vividly remember coming up Whetley Hill when a car pulled up and was set on fire, loaded with Calor gas bottles. It was rolling towards our front line at such a speed that I thought: ‘By the time that hits us, it’ll explode’.
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