The East African Campaigns 1940-1941 (RAF Narrative)

The campaign in East Africa was one in which British and Commonwealth forces faced the Italians, and won. This is the story of those battles from the point of view of the RAF. Despite being an air paper it contains a wealth of detail on ground operations and can be used as a first class Vade mecum in any study of the area and the period. A rare item of great significance in studying the early form of warfare in the Second World War.

  • 9781847917416
  • Air Historical Branch
  • Air Ministry
  • 1947
  • Typescript MS - clean
  • 2009
  • 302
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