Robert Lyman, “The Longest Siege: Tobruk – The Battle That Saved North Africa” 
2011 | ASIN: B004SOJ3ZC | ISBN: 0330510819 | 320 pages | EPUB | 3,1 MB


The gripping history of one of the Second World War’s most pivotal battles.

‘A thoroughly interesting and informative read, pitched to the right level with a good balance between the details and story.’ — Soldier magazine

‘A timely reminder that wars are fought by ordinary men who are turned into soldiers by the force of circumstance.’
— BBC History Magazine

‘Attractive and readable account of the 242-day siege of Tobruk in 1941.’
— RUSI Journal [Royal United Services Institute] 

‘Gripping narrative…provides a soldier’s eye view of the bitterly contested siege, using a range of eye witness accounts.’ — BBC History Magazine 


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