A combination of lack of cover and the Axis skill at camouflaging their positions made frontal attacks in the North African Desert Campaign a grim, often terrifying experience for the infantry of the Eighth Army.
The best chance of success often relied on a concentrated artillery barrage and the support of tanks, such as the Matilda.
From: Osprey Publishing's- Warrior 160, Desert Rat 1940-43
EDITION: 50 signed giclée prints
PRINT SIZE: Dimensions are approximate and include a signed border.
PRICE: Includes UK postage