The Great Battles of World War 2: Victory In The Desert
Great Battles of World War 2: Victory in the Desert The conflict that raged across the arid landscape of North Africa from 10 June 1940 to 13 May 1943 was to prove costly to Allied and Axis forces alike.
However, the achievements of the Western Desert Campaign, Operation Torch and the Tunisia Campaign were to prove pivotal to the outcome of World War II, as by outwitting Rommel, the Desert Fox, the Allies could push directly into the Mediterranean and bring about the downfall of Italy.
This is the story of how British, American and Commonwealth troops were ultimately victorious in the desert…
- The Afrika Korps
- Tobruk Besieged
- The First Battle of El Alamein
- Montgomery & Rommel lock horns
- The Allies prevail
Published: February 2014
Dimensions: 297 x 210mm