|Other titles||British Special Forces.|
|Statement||John W. Gordon ; foreword by Theodore Ropp.|
|Series||Contributions in military studies,, no. 56|
|LC Classifications||D766.82 .G57 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 241 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||86009969|
The Other Desert War: British Special Forces in North Africa, British Special Forces in North Africa, (Contributions in Military Studies Book 56) Kindle Edition. The Other Desert War: British Special Forces in North Africa, British Special Forces in North Africa, (Contributions in Military Studies Book 56) Kindle Edition/5(2). Gordon's book reveals an impressive mastery of the archival and secondary sources available on the subject. His writing is crisp and interesting, yet sober and scholarly at the same time. The daring and resourceful men of the British desert forces have found a historian whose ability to tell their story matches their ability to create some of the most daring and imaginative operations of World. The Desert War: The classic trilogy on the North African campaign Hardcover – March 8, /5(73). The Desert War interweaves vivid snapshots of war with eyewitness portraits of the famous adversaries -- Generals Rommel, Montgomery, Eisenhower, and Patton -- a Alan Moorehead's bestselling account of the Allied/Axis desert conflict is an epic story of electrifying details and keen historical insights/5.
The Desert War book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Part of the ALL-NEW LADYBIRD EXPERT SERIES._____Why was Nort /5. This book is a Non-fiction book and is pages long this may not seem like a lot but each page contains lots of information, since this is an informational book it has no main characters. The setting is in the deserts of Libya and Egypt during World War II/5. The Other Desert War: British Special Forces in North Africa, British Special Forces in North Africa, (Contributions in Military Studies Book 56) 5/5(1). "This book traces the history of the Long Range Desert Force and other such units from their origins in World War I and the period before World War II to their spectacular successes and failures against the Germans and Italians in the latter : John W. Gordon.
Alan Moorehead () was born in Melbourne, Australia. One of the most celebrated correspondents of the Second World War, his books include Gallipoli, The White Nile, and The Blue Nile/5(16). The Other Desert War by John W. Gordon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). A great book on the Desert War but Moorehead also takes some fascinating excursions to India and the United States at the same time. It was particularly interesting how the Allies were offering independence to India after the war in exchange for continued support against the Japanese/5(75). The Desert War: Then and Now consists of seven parts: Part One - The North African Battlefield (a 24 page geneal overview of Egypt, Libya and Tunisia); Part Two - First Rounds in the Desert (63 pages covering the period June - February ); Part Three - The Germans Move in (95 pages covering the period February - September ); Part 4 /5(34).