Britain, The United States And The Mediterranean War, 1942 44
The record of Anglo-American relations in the Mediterranean during the Second World War was often characterised by deep tensions within the high command, in contrast to the public facade of harmonious and generous cooperation. By focusing on the evolution of the Mediterranean theatre's integrated command structure, this new study illuminates some of the major issues and di...more
Published January 15th 1996 by St. Martin's Press
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