26/11 MUMBAI TERROR ATTACK

26/11 MUMBAI TERROR ATTACK

About 26/11 MUMBAI TERROR ATTACK

 
On the 26th November 2008, India’s largest city, Mumbai, was shaken by a series of unprecedented brutal terrorist attacks. Several landmarks were hit whilst bombs blasted across the city and the iconic 5-star Taj Mahal Palace Hotel was besieged and set on fire…
 
Only India's National Security Guard, nicknamed the Black Cats, could stop the chaos. Trained by Germany’s GSG9, the Delhi-based Black Cats flew into Mumbai ready to bring the madness to a halt. However, there was little inside information to go on…
 
With reports flooding in that terrorists had been cornered at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, it seemed the Black Cats now had an advantage. But, nobody was sure why or how many there were. An operation to storm the Taj was not going to be easy. The hotel was extremely well-built. Thick concrete walls meant that it was impenetrable by rockets. Nobody had plans of the hotel. Where were the terrorists hiding? And how many guests were being held hostage? The risks were obvious yet there was no solution but to storm the hotel.


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