The East Africa Campaign 1914-18: Campaign 379
Smith documents how a wide array of British, Indian, South African, Belgian, Portuguese and local native forces invaded German East Africa and slowly ousted the German forces, a process made tortuous by Lettow-Vorbeck's masterful management of tactics and movement. Photos, some in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1969595
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