"The author has done a superlative job in writing about a battle that has been thoroughly examined by others. He, however, brings fresh material to light about the extreme hardships faced, not only in fighting a determined foe, but the harsh weather conditions as well, from actual survivors of the Battles of El Alamein and Alam Halfa fro June through November 1942."--"WWII History "(Late Fall 2012) ..".belongs in any World War II collection..."--James A. Cox, "The Bookwatch "(September 2012)Vom Verlag:
Before the Battle of El Alamein in 1942, the British had never won a major battle on land against the Germans; nor indeed had anyone else. Drawing on a remarkable array of first-hand accounts, this book reveals the personal experiences of those on the frontline and provides fascinating details of how the war was actually fought. It also includes analysis of the strategic decisions made by the generals. El Alamein 1942 is the story of exactly how a seemingly beaten and demoralized army turned near-defeat into victory in a little over four months of protracted and bloody fighting in the harsh North African desert.
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