Mitchellhill-Green. Told primarily from the perspective of ordinary combatants, this illustrated profile examines the German experience in North Africa — a theater in which they were not initially prepared to fight, but were forced to send reinforcements for their ailing Italian allies. See how Rommel not only thwarted the British from capturing Tripoli, but pressed his inexperienced troops eastward towards the Nile Delta. Learn about all of the Third Reich's campaigns from early 1941 through the Desert Fox's departure in March of 1943. 216 pages, 250 B&W photos, 7½"x 9½", softcover.