Get Rommel - Micahel Asher

Paperback - Very Good Condition


By the summer of 1941 Erwin Rommel was Hitler’s favourite general and had halted the British advance into Libya. He seemed to be unbeatable on the battlefield, so the British planned to kill him.

Marching deep into the desert, a specially trained commando team attacked Rommel’s headquarters. At the same time, the newly created SAS parachuted sabotage teams close to the German airfields to knock out the enemy air forces on the ground.

Michael Asher reveals how these daring raids were practically impossible from the start. But the poor planning and incompetence in high places was matched by the fantastic bravery and brilliant improvisation of the soldiers which enabled a handful of the survivors to escape back to British lines to tell their story.

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Get Rommel: The Secret British Mission to Kill Hitler’s Greatest General by Michael Asher

In a very good condition. Some creasing to the spine. See photos for more details.

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Weight 216 g
Dimensions 17.6 × 11 × 2.3 cm




Micahel Asher