· An invaluable reference tool containing lists of scores, pilot reports and portraits, color profile artworks and maps
The Battle of El Alamein, fought in the deserts of North Africa, is seen as one of the decisive victories of World War Two. Primarily fought between two of the outstanding commanders of World War Two, Rommel and Montgomery, who succeeded the dismissed Auchinleck, the Allied victory at El Alamein lead to the retreat of the Afrika Korps and the German surrender in North Africa in May 1943.
The Luftwaffe Over El-alamein describes the history of Luftwaffe air operations during these El-Alamein battles. Containing 56 black and white photos and 10 color profiles of the German airplanes, this is an invaluable reference tool.
The book is divided into four chapters: Rommel's Offensive and the British Counterattack; The Calm before The Storm; Montgomery Attacks and Retreat.
About the Series
Air Battles is a series of books focusing on World War II air battles of specific aircraft and units. Each volume contains information on the planes involved, lists of scores, pilot reports and portraits, color profile artwork and maps.
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Book Description Kagero, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P118361220682