Rommel's Desert Warriors: 1941-1942

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Stackpole Books, Nov 11, 2012 - History - 208 pages
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Visual history of Rommel and his Afrika Korps in the desert of North Africa.
 

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Excellent photo study of the German side of the war in Afrika. Most photos were taken by amateurs, which lend excellent insight and new photos to the conflict. Read full review

Contents

ARRIVAL IN THE DESERT 2
2
COMMUNICATIONS 13
13
ARMORED VEHICLES 33
33
SUPPLY BATTALION 68
68
THE LUFTWAFFE AND REGIA AERONAUTICA 82
82
ROMMEL 98
98
ARTILLERY 105
105
LIFE IN THE DESERT 113
113
TRANSPORT VEHICLES 171
171
Appendices 189
189
Select Bibliography 195
195
Acknowledgments 197
197
Further Reading 198
198
Back Cover
199
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Michael Olive has been researching military history for decades, with a focus on tanks and aircraft. He lives in Trail, British Columbia. Robert Edwards, a retired U.S. Army armor officer who led a scout platoon, has taught at West Point and is the author of Scouts Out (978-0-9117-1311-5). He has also translated numerous books from erman into English. He lives in Navarre, Florida. Robert Edwards, a retired U.S. Army armor officer who led a scout platoon, has taught at West Point and is the author of Scouts Out (978-0-9117-1311-5). He has also translated numerous books from erman into English. He lives in Navarre, Florida.

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