Tank Warfare in North Africa: Gazala to Tunisia, 194243
Robert Forczyk has a PhD in International Relations and National Security from the University of Maryland and a strong background in European and Asian military history. He retired as a lieutenant colonel from the US Army Reserves having served 18 years as an armour officer in the US 2nd and 4th infantry divisions and as an intelligence officer in the 29th Infantry Division (Light). Dr Forczyk is currently a consultant in the Washington, DC area.
(Subject to confirmation) Introduction Chapter 1: Armoured Operations in 1942 Chapter 2: The Afrika Korps Recovers, January 1942 Chapter 3: All Quiet on the Gazala Front, February-April 1942 Chapter 4: Gazala: The Clash of Armour, May 1942 Chapter 5: Tobruk: Rommels Victory, June 1942 Chapter 6: Ruweisat Ridge: The Breaking Point, July 1942 Chapter 7: The Changing of the Guard, August 1942 Chapter 8: Gearing up for the main events: September 1942 Chapter 9: Lightfoot: October 1942 Chapter 10: Supercharge: November 1942 Chapter 11: The race for Tunisia: November-December 1942 Chapter 12: Armoured Operations in 1943 Chapter 13: Stalemate in Tunisia: December 1942 January 1943 Chapter 14: Kasserine Pass: February 1943 Chapter 15: Montgomery and Patton Strike: March 1943 Chapter 16: Endgame: April-May 1943 Chapter 17: In Retrospect Glossary Rank Table Bibliography Endnotes Index