Operations in North Africa and the Middle East 1942–1944 (Hardback)
El Alamein, Tunisia, Algeria and Operation Torch
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Despatches in this volume include the despatch on the campaign from Alamein to Tunis, by Field Marshal the Viscount Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander-in-Chief Allied Forces North Africa; despatch on operations in the Western Desert December 1940 to February 1941, by General Sir Archibald P. Wavell, Commander-in-Chief British Land Forces, Middle East; despatch on Operation Torch, the landings in North Africa, by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Andrew B. Cunningham; the despatch on the control of Sicilian Straits during final stages of North African Campaign by Admiral Cunningham; and the despatch on operations in North Africa November 1942 to May 1943, by Lieutenant-General K.A.N. Anderson, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, 1st Army.
This unique collection of original documents will prove to be an invaluable resource for historians, students and all those interested in what was one of the most significant periods in British military history.
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already set by earlier books in the series. Maps and a photo-plate section enhance the text which has been
compiled by the co-authors from despatches sent back to explain target achievement, challenges and future
objectives. This is a must for all historians and serious enthusiasts working in this area of the Second World War, but it is offered at an affordable price within the means of many more readers, who should not be deterred by the primary source nature of the content because it is very readable. Highly recommended.
As this series has expanded, it has become a very important information source for historians and enthusiasts seeking to understand the evolution of WWII.
This book provides many valuable insights into the minds of politicians and commanders in the field.