Desert War in North Africa

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ibooks, Incorporated, Mar 1, 2005 - 176 pages
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The struggle for the North African coast of the Mediterranean was unlike any other campaign of World War II. Because it was fought like a tournament in an empty arena, with no one but the contestants getting hurt and with few of the distractions of politics or large civilian populations, the desert war was a true test of generalship. Men including Germay's General Rommel and Britain's General Montgomery dominated the battle with a brilliance that established their reputations on the world stage. Sears' thrilling narrative makes the three-year-long seesaw struggle come alive as if it were being conducted today.

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