By Richard Doherty
Churchill’s daring, nay determined, judgements referring to key appointments, Montgomery’s obdurate refusal to be rushed, Rommel’s continual logistic difficulties and significant air superiority are all tested in professional aspect. The author’s description of the particular battling is dropped at lifestyles by way of own debts in addition to his entire clutch of the plan and strategies involved.
The consequence, seventy-five years on, is a delightfully clean and engaging account of 1 of the long-lasting battles, not only of the conflict yet in army history.
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El Alamein 1942: Turning Point in the Desert by Richard Doherty