British Forces in the Desert 1942-43
The Desert Rats are the only thing standing in the way of Axis conquest of North Africa. Despite suffering repeated defeats at the hands of Rommel's Afrika Korps, they remain undaunted. Their speedy Crusader and Honey tanks can run circles around their opposition, backed up by the heavier Grant squadrons. Their motorised infantry are equally adept in attack or defence. With support from the Royal artillery and the Desert Air Force, they area formidable and versatile force.
Inside this book you'll find:
- Background of the British Eight Army and its defence of Egypt in the Battle of Gazala and the First and Second Battles of El Alamein.
- Instructions on how to build a Grant Armoured Squadron, Crusader Armour Squadron, Honey Armoured Squadron, or Motor Company.
- A detailed painting guide to help you prepare your British force for battle.
Please Note: A copy of the rulebook for Flames of War is required to use the contents of this book.