The War in the Mediterranean, 1940-1943 ebook
by Bernard Ireland
I was very impressed with his photos, seeing several images I had never seen before. I did appreciate the depth he did go into with the Italians and the Vichy French.
Do not be surprised then if, after having read this book, you will find that there never was a Romeo and a Juliet in Verona.
ISBN 1-85409-070-4) Weidenfeld Military, 1993 Collins Jane's Warships of World War II.
Ireland was educated at the Royal Dockyard School, Portsmouth and at the University of Southampton. ISBN 1-85409-070-4) Weidenfeld Military, 1993 Collins Jane's Warships of World War II. (ISBN 0-00-470872-5) Harper Collins 1996 Rise and Fall of the Aircraft Carrier. ISBN 0-85685-711-4) Marshall Cavendish, 1979 Cruisers.
ISBN13:9781854090706. Release Date:March 1994.
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In this authoritative study, Bernard Ireland brings a fresh clarity to the complexities and factors at play during this critical period. The Gestapo: A History of Hitler's Secret Police 193345. Tank Killers A History Of America's World War II Tank Destroyer Force.
He has written nearly thirty books and contributed to journals and partworks on subjects related to ships and naval campaigns. Ireland is married and has two adult children. YouTube Encyclopedic.
An acknowledged expert on World War II naval matters and the author of twenty-five books, Bernard Ireland examines the thousand-day battle between Allied and Axis forces for domination of the North African shores. His book offers graphic accounts of the stirring action as each side, realizing the consequences of defeat, struggled to control the Mediterranean and maintain their seaborne supply chain. Ireland brings fresh clarity to the complexities and factors at play during this critical period of the war.