Rommel's War in Africa

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1981 - History - 366 pages
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Placing Rommel's entire North African operation and its strategic implications into the context of World War II, Heckmann probes the truth behind Rommel's reputation as a legendary tactician, strategist, and commander

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User Review  - Matthew Baumgartner - Goodreads

With most of the material taken from the accounts of participants, this book, while not excluding by any means Allied material, is the best account of the war in North Africa from the German point of view. Very readable, very well researched, a wonderful book! Read full review

Review: Rommel's War in Africa: Men at War

User Review  - William Young - Goodreads

If you never read historical non-fiction, read this. Beautiful writing describing man's ability to destroy man. Read full review


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