The most daring commando raid of World War II springs to life in Tobruk.They were the most unlikely fighting force that had ever benn assembled in the history of the British Army--a handful of German Jews bent on revenge, masquerading as members of the elite German Afrika Corps... a motley collection of Cockneys from the slums of Liverpool and London, disguised as German POWs. They were led by a desert-wise major and a colonel who couldn't see beyond the end of his old school tie. Together they had to cross 800 miles of desert hell, outfight the cream of Rommel's army and blow up the massive German supply dumps at Tobruk, in a desperate mission that could decide the fate of the whole war.
Used availability for Peter Rabe's Tobruk
January 1969 : UK Paperback