Fine in Fine jacket. 4to-over 9æ"-12" tall. Large quarto, red cloth in price-clipped dust-jacket. 128pp., Bibliography. Copiously illustrated with photographs and several maps. First edition. This volume takes up the Afrika Korps' story from January of 1942 when Rommel is once more on the offensive until their final defeat at Cape Bon. No previous ownership marks. Dust-jacket protected by reinforced mylar cover that have been pasted to inside covers. Else a very clean, square, fresh and unmarked copy.
Very Good in Very Good- jacket. Book This is a Very Good Copy of this Book in a Very Good-Dust-Jacket which has a couple of short closed tears to the head of spine. Not price clipped with NO previous owner's names or inscriptions present. Well illustrated photographic history. Lovely clean copy internally. large 4to 128pp First Edition 1st Impression Size: 4to-over 8¾"-12" Tall.
Very good in dw. World War II-Africa/Middle East Rommel's 1942-1943 counter-offensive, the capture of Tobruk, the problems of supply, El Alamein and the long retreat to Tunisia and surrender. An extensively illustrated account by one of the acknowledged experts on manouverist armoured warfare. UL-XXXXXX. Large format, 128pp, 256 photos, maps, bibliography.
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