Meeting the Fox: The Allied Invasion of Africa, from Operation Torch to Kasserine Pass to Victory in Tunisia

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Maps and Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction: Visit to a Forgotten Cemetery 1
  • Part One - The Long Way to Berlin 9
  • 1 - The Longest Reach 11
  • 2 - “things Must Not Be Going So Good” 22
  • 3 - Oran: Seize the Airfields 44
  • 4 - Landing at Algiers 63
  • 5 - The Axis Reacts 86
  • 6 - Fist Blood 91
  • 7 - Seizing the High Ground 113
  • 8 - Fight for the Air 121
  • Part Two - Meeting the Fox 145
  • 9 - Is Anyone in Charge Up There? 147
  • 10 - On-The-Job Training—the Hard Way 157
  • 11 - A Spring Breeze from the East 174
  • 12 - A Valentine's Day Surprise 184
  • 13 - First Armored to the Rescue 201
  • 14 - “men Just Running—it Was Panic!” 217
  • 15 - Rommel Takes Over 227
  • 16 - Changing of the Guard 249
  • 17 - The Battle of El Guettar 259
  • Part Three - Victory in Tunisia 287
  • 18 - Ordeal at Fondouk Pass 289
  • 19 - Gaining the Upper Hand in the Air 306
  • 20 - A Hill Called “609” 321
  • 21 - Victory in North Africa 339
  • A Note on Sources 361
  • Bibliography 363
  • Index 381
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