Tripoli and Beyond: The Story of a New Zealand Artilleryman who went through the Campaign in Tunisia, and was then one of those fortunate Kiwis sent home to New Zealand with the First Furlough Draft from the Middle East

By: Martyn, Furneaux

Price: NZ$29.70

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Book Condition: Good+ in Good+ dust jacket


No signatures. Knock to top edge of front board. A couple of chips to the dust wrapper spine. Dust wrapper protected in archival mylar cover. ; 208 pages + frontispiece + plates. Maroon cloth boards. Maps on endpapers. Page dimensions: 182 x 121mm. New Zealand military history, World War Two. Contents: Foreword; Introduction; Tripoli; Into Tunisia; Battle of Medienne; First Phase of the "Left Hook" of the Mareth Line; Mareth Line Outflanked; Akarit to Sfax; Fall of Sousse; On to Enfidaville; The Offensive; Final Victory in North Africa; Return to Egypt; Arrival at Maadi Camp; Voyage Back to New Zealand. ; 12mo

Title: Tripoli and Beyond: The Story of a New Zealand Artilleryman who went through the Campaign in Tunisia, and was then one of those fortunate Kiwis sent home to New Zealand with the First Furlough Draft from the Middle East

Author Name: Martyn, Furneaux

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Auckland, Collins: [1944]

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ in Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: 14713