Download e-book for kindle: Afrika-Korps (Images of War) by Ian Baxter

By Ian Baxter

ISBN-10: 1844156834

ISBN-13: 9781844156832

Afrika Korps is an illustrated checklist of Field-Marshal Erwin Rommel and his wasteland troops that fought in North Africa opposed to British and Commonwealth forces among 1941 and 1943. utilizing formerly infrequent and unpublished pictures, lots of that have come from the albums of people who took half within the wasteland crusade, it provides a distinct visible account of the recognized Afrika-Korps' operations and gear. due to an informative caption with each picture Afrika Korps vividly portrays how the German military fought around the uncharted and forbidding desolate tract desolate tract of North Africa.

Throughout the publication it examines how Rommel and his Afrika Korps have been such a success and comprises an research of barren region warfare strategies which Rommel himself had indoctrinated. those strategies fast gained the Afrika-Korps a string of victories among 1941 and 1942.

The pictures that accompany the e-book are a desirable assortment that depicts lifestyles within the Afrika-Korps, as visible in the course of the lens of the normal soldier.

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The closest call happened on April 14, when a kamikaze diving on New York was hit by its gunners but clipped the observation aircraft and the catapult before crashing into the sea. Arkansas and Texas provided ground fire support and antiaircraft cover off Okinawa until May 14 when they were ordered to retire and eventually made their way to Leyte in the Philippines. New York remained off Okinawa until June 11 when it finally departed for Pearl Harbor after its crew were relieved after being at action stations for 76 consecutive days.

50am, Arkansas and Texas opened fire with their big guns. Texas’s primary target was a heavily protected battery of six 155mm guns at Pointe du Hoc, a cliff 3 miles to the west of the center of Omaha Beach. Housed in steel and concrete casemates located in a high position overlooking both Omaha and Utah Beaches, these guns posed the most dangerous threat to not only the troops on the beaches but also the unarmored transports offshore. For 34 minutes, Texas fired 255 14-inch shells at Pointe du Hoc and after positive reports from its observation Spitfire its officers believed the battery had been knocked out.

On that morning, a French truck convoy carrying reinforcements was observed heading towards Port Lyautey from the east and Texas was called upon to fire on the road. In two separate bombardments, Texas fired 214 rounds of 14-inch shells from 17,000 yards, some of which directly hit the road and destroyed a number of vehicles. No further traffic was observed on the road for the rest of the day, thus demonstrating the effectiveness of naval fire support. Texas’s three Vought OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes took an unexpectedly aggressive role in the assault at Mehdia, strafing French trucks on the roads leading out of Port Lyautey on the way back to the coast at the end of their spotting missions.

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