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Forgotten Voices Desert VictoryScribes the allied armies defeat of the Axis forces in North Africa but with a twist Instead of yet another Fantastic book from a series that never fails North Africa but with a twist Instead of yet another Fantastic book from a series that never fails captivate and inform These are the tales that your Grandad would never tell the real stories of what is was like to fight in WWII A fascinating insight into what it was like to fight in the desert war from how to brew a cup of army tea to the brutal reality of the swarming desert war that ground backwards and forwards across North Africa Some of the stories are so visceral that they bring you up short and I simply cannot comprehend how these great men managed to endure weeks and months of such My grandfather fought in the North African desert and told me many stories of his time as a soldier there and as a POW This book gave me a really good sense of what all these men went through and why the North African Campaign was so important to WW2 I loved that it was told by Književna groupie 2: Strovaljivanje people who were actually there as this allowed for a true glimpse into the daily lives and horrors of the British held ground in Egypt Yet therofessional British soldiers along with tough all volunteer regiments from Australia and New Zealand easily defeated the oorly lead Italians Churchill confident that this front was secure transferred troops and euipment to Greece little realizing what the remaining troops would face when Rommel and his Panzer Division arrived With their armies fighting over vast distances on rugged terrain and supply lines often stretched to breaking oint both Rommel and the ,

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Oldiers and battles they had to fight I also enjoyed coming across stories of compassion and sympathy by one side towards the other showing the humanity of those whose job it was to fight and kill total strangers An invaluable book that everyone who is interested in WW2 should read I wish there had been from German and Italian soldiers to rovide insight from the other side but otherwise it was amazing I highly recommend it This book is a collection of interviews of veterans from the World War 2 North Africa Campaighn Covering It From covering it from to finish from the Learner Strategies in Language Learning perspectives of Allied Itallian and Afrika Korps soldiers Each chapter is introduced with a brief introduction of the historical events by the author such as El Alamein and Operation Torch alongside annotated maps of the battles and troop movements This was a really good addition to the forgotten voices series and for anyone interested in the North Africa campaighn already or new to WW2 history thisrovides a brilliant addition to literature already out there Well worth Hen little known General Montgomery had to take huge tactical risks Good intelligence was vital so the elite Long Range Desert Group was formed capable of covert operations behind enemy lines David Stirling famously *founded the SAS in the Western Desert trained to erform audacious sabotage missions Told in the voices of the men *the SAS in the Western Desert trained to erform audacious sabotage missions Told in the voices of the men were there this is the story of the Western Desert and how the Allies struck the first successful blow to Axis forces and achieved this remarkable Second World War victo.