A History of the Mediterranean Air War, 1940-1945

North Africa
Product Number: EB00754799
Released: Feb 28, 2019
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781909808751
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Description

This first volume in the seminal series on World War II aerial combat, pilots, and tactics that "reads like an encyclopedia on the subject" (Portland Book Review). In the early days of World War II, both Allied and Axis powers extended the theater of war to North Africa, where hard-fought battles were conducted in the harsh desert. But before anyone could claim victory on the ground, they had to hold dominion in the air. Here, historian Christopher Shores has combined his books Fighters over the Desert and Fighters over Tunisia into one volume, as well as adding updated information about the deadly fighter aircraft, reconnaissance aircraft, and maritime units active in the Mediterranean. Full of in-depth research and featuring essential maps, this is "an intimate introspection by these men of their experiences and the respect that they shared not only for each other but also their adversaries" (The Military Reviewer).

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Genre: History
Original Publish Date: Jun 19, 2012

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