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Instead she found herself trapped in a place where conformity is king and where she often felt like she had been taken hostage by an adult Girl Scout troop.
However, in spite of that, they were still laughed at by the Allies and sneered at by their own German allies. The campaigns that the three armored divisions iron hulls iron hearts in are described, but only from the Italian perspective.
This became especially evident when they confronted US-supplied M3 and M4 medium tanks as well as the newly introduced British 6-pdr.
The Italians also had very few radios for their tanks, which made coordination iron hulls iron hearts problematic. And, not surprisingly, the Italians were chronically under-strength. But, there was good news.
In the end Iron Hulls, Iron Hearts is a magnificent book. It is highly recommendable to those interested in the North African theatre as well as Italian armour.
The author points out that that at time much of the success attributed to German forces and Erwin Rommel, was at least partially, often primarily, accomplished by Italian troops, including the much-maligned? Also provides interesting insight iron hulls iron hearts what most Italians thought of their German allies.