United States Army in World War II : The Mediterranean Theater of Operations: Sicily and the Surrender of Italy (Army Green Book Series)

Garland, Albert N. (Lt. Col. ) & Smyth, Howard McGaw (W/Martin Blumenson)

Edité par Center of Military History, 1975
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609 pages, 17 maps (including 9 color fold-out maps inside back cover), 113 illustrations, 4 appendixes, bibliographical note, glossary, index, This volume describes the events surrounding the invasion of Sicily in July 1943 and the subsequent surrender of the Italian government. The book is divided into three sections. The first part sets the strategic stage by describing the debate between American and British strategists over the course of Allied operations in the Mediterranean theater during 1943. In recounting how the Allies came to agree upon the invasion of Sicily at the Casablanca Conference, the authors illustrate the difficulties of crafting grand strategy in coalition warfare. The problems of coalition warfare were not limited to the Allied side, however, and the book relates the difficulties the Axis experienced in formulating strategic plans and in defining command relationships. Nice clean copy. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : United States Army in World War II : The ...
Éditeur : Center of Military History
Date d'édition : 1975
Reliure : Cloth
Etat du livre : Very Good+
Edition : 1st Edition

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Garland, Albert N. (Lt. Col. ) & Smyth, Howard McGaw (W/Martin Blumenson)
Edité par Center of Military History (1970)
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Description du livre Center of Military History, 1970. Hardcover. État : Very Good. Very good hardcover with no dj. Sturdy green binding in nice condition. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding solid. N° de réf. du libraire Jan2317NN1

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Garland, Albert N. (Lt. Col. ) & Smyth, Howard McGaw (W/Martin Blumenson)
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Description du livre Center of Military History, Washington, D.C., 1970. Cloth. État : Very Good+. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 609 pages, 17 maps (including 9 color fold-out maps inside back cover), 113 illustrations, 4 appendixes, bibliographical note, glossary, index, This volume describes the events surrounding the invasion of Sicily in July 1943 and the subsequent surrender of the Italian government. The book is divided into three sections. The first part sets the strategic stage by describing the debate between American and British strategists over the course of Allied operations in the Mediterranean theater during 1943. In recounting how the Allies came to agree upon the invasion of Sicily at the Casablanca Conference, the authors illustrate the difficulties of crafting grand strategy in coalition warfare. The problems of coalition warfare were not limited to the Allied side, however, and the book relates the difficulties the Axis experienced in formulating strategic plans and in defining command relationships. N° de réf. du libraire 010762

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