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THE DC ELECTRICS by Colin J. Marsden
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THE DC ELECTRICS

by Colin J. Marsden

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0860936155, Hardcover)

Although a huge setback the fall of Britain's last foothold in the northeast Mediterranean in May 1941 was not a wholesale German success either. Heavy losses meant it would be the last time German paratroops were to be used for such an assault while the six week delay in launching the invasion of Russia materially affected progress on the Eastern Front. This book uses contemporary photographs and first-hand reminiscence to examine one of the most bitterly contested engagements of the early war years. 10 maps. 191 black/white photos. 176 pages. Hardback

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