Blood, Oil, and the Axis: The Allied Resistance Against a Fascist State in Iraq and the Levant, 1941

Blood, Oil, and the Axis: The Allied Resistance Against a Fascist State in Iraq and the Levant, 1941

In spring 1941, with the Allies on their heels on all fronts of WWII, a pro-German faction of Iraqi officers offered that country?s vast oil supply to Hitler in exchange for helping it take over Iraq. That oil supply was sufficient to provide for all the needs of the seemingly unstoppable Axis war machine. On top of that, the Vichy French overlords of neighboring Syria agr In spring 1941, with the Allies on their heels on all fronts of WWII, a pro-German faction of Iraqi officers offered th...

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Title:Blood, Oil, and the Axis: The Allied Resistance Against a Fascist State in Iraq and the Levant, 1941
Author:John Broich
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Genres:History
ISBN:1468313991
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

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    Once the Axis had conquered most of Europe including Greece and Crete, and in North Africa was approaching the Suez Canal, Nazi eyes turned towards the oil fields in Iraq and Iran. With control of the Levant, the Nazis could attack the Canal from both sides, and up into Russia to captu...
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    This book is more about men and battles than the politics of the greater war; it provides a fascinating portrayal of the time and place, but largely neglects the behind-the scenes aspects of the war. However, it was a good enough, and documented enough, book of the war on the ground an...
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