Battle Orders 28 - Desert Rats: British 8th Army in North Africa 1941-43
Osprey Publishing | 96 pages | Tim Moreman | ISBN: 1846031443 | English | PDF | 2007 | 26.5MB
The Desert War was unlike any other fought by the British Army. The hot, dusty, and unforgiving climate and environment in which its troops lived, moved, and fought was almost as troublesome as the enemy. During its two-year period of service in North Africa, 8th Army underwent major changes in organization, equipment, and training to adapt it to the terrain. Discover the difficulties of desert warfare and how these were overcome by the 8th Army to defeat Rommel and become masters of the desert.