Download E-books Rommel's Desert Warriors: 1941-1942 (Stackpole Military Photo Series) PDF

By Michael Olive, Robert J. Edwards

  • Visual background of Rommel and his Afrika Korps within the wilderness of North Africa
  • Hundreds of images, a lot of them infrequent and not released before
  • Photos of fellows, tanks and different guns, uniforms, wilderness terrain, and masses more
  • Excellent supplement to the books within the Stackpole army background Series
  • Ideal reference for global struggle II background fanatics, students, modelers, and reenactors
  • Eight-page colour insert showcasing guns, apparatus, and uniforms
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