The 7th Armoured Division – the Desert Rats – was the most famous British fighting formation of the Second World War, and the Division remains a household name to this day. This book covers the Desert Rats’ early name-making campaigns, particularly their deployment in the vitally important North African theatre and ion the invasion of Sicily and Italy. This account, written by a Second World War veteran turned renowned military historian, pays due tribute to one of the war’s most famous fighting formations.
CHURCHILL’S DESERT RATS IN NORTH AFRICA, BURMA, SICILY AND ITALY
The graphic story of the 7th Armoured Division – better known from their emblem as the Desert Rats – in the North African campaign and in the equally hard fought theatres of Sicily and Italy.
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