The Battle of SicilyBook - 1991
The Battle of Sicily is the story of Germany's Dunkirk--a successful evacuation that allowed 40,000 troops to escape to Italy, where they later fought the Allies to a bloody stalemate. The authors recount the campaign from the Axis strategy point of view--something no English-language book has ever done--and argue persuasively that the Allies wasted a chance for a total victory that might have foreshortened the war. Black-and-white inserts.
Publisher: New York : Orion Books, c1991
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 940.54215/MIT
Characteristics: xv, 366 p.,  of plates :,ill., maps ;,25 cm