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  • World War, 1939-1945.
     
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    9th Australian Division versus the Africa Corps [electronic resource] : an infantry division against tanks, Tobruk, Libya, 1941.
    by Miller, Ward A. (Ward Anson), 1937-
     
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  • U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. Combat Studies Institute.
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  • World War, 1939-1945.
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  • World War II
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  • WWII
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  • North African campaign
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  • Light infantry
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  • Desert warfare.
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  • Australian Army
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  • Tanks (Military science)
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  • CSI Special Studies
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  • Libya
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    http://cgsc.cdmhost.com/u?/p4013coll8,366
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    Fort Leavenworth, KS: Combat Studies Insititute, US Army Command and General Staff College, 1986.
    Series: 
    World War II operational documents
    Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library
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    In April and May 1941, the previously successful blitzkrieg tactics of the German Army met defeat by the outnumbered Australian forces of the 9th Division at Tobruk. The Australian infantry achieved victory through a successful all-around defense against tank attacks in force. By employing all available assets in a combined arms effort, well-supported light infantry forces defeated a heavier armored force. This study provides the reader with a valuable historical context for evaluating how light infantry forces can confront armored attacks. This CSI special study also reveals how light infantry forces operated and were supported and sustained in a desert environment-a message that has continuing relevance for today's Army.
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