Tobruk The Great Siege 1941-42

By: Buckingham, William F

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A deep water port of some importance to Allies & the fascists alike soon achieved monumental significance the longer & longer the allied forces held out their long & bitter resistance. When an armoured offensive finally broke them & captured 25000 men Churchill recalled it as the heaviest blow to allied hopes. William F. Buckingham’s startling account, drawing extensively on first-hand testimony from veterans on both sides, is a comprehensive history of this epic struggle, and essential reading for anyone with an interest in the Western Desert Campaign. Approx 800g packed to post with all 350 perfect pp in great shape, book has an extensive reference section at rear.

Title: Tobruk The Great Siege 1941-42

Author Name: Buckingham, William F

Categories: - WORLD WAR II, - MIDDLE EAST, WEAPONS, FIREARMS, WAR, MILITARY, HISTORY,

Publisher: UK, Tempus: 2008

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Excellent

Jacket Condition: Excellent

Size: 24cm

Seller ID: 010480

Keywords: Buckingham Tobruk War Desert Rats Rommel,