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The battle for Tunisia was the culmination of the struggle for North Africa in World War II. It saw experienced German and Italian troops, in superb defensive positions, pitted against well-equipped Anglo-American units and, from first to last, was a battle of skill and determination. David Rolf now provides, for the first time, a complete history of the campaign and his vivid study charts the fighting from both the Axis and Allied perspective.
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David Rolf (born 1969) is an American labor union leader who currently serves as president of the Seattle-based Local 775 of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), which represents health care workers, and as international vice president of SEIU.
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