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  - meegeekai - LibraryThing

Part of the 4 book set. This book really is a interesting portrayal of Rommel. Heckmann is a German and felt it was necessary to give a balanced story on Rommel in Africa. Great leader, but not the ... Read full review

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An Eerie Encounter
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A Reprimand for Rommel
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Eightyeights Devour Tiger Cubs
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