New WW2 book review – Greece

When looking through the list of new titles I received a while ago from Pen & Sword, this book and its short description caught my eye. For one, I am not intimately familiar with that part of the second world war…. what went on in the Middle East and the Balkan I only know from occasional glimpses at books covering it.
Living closer to the area now, my interest is growing.

Target Corinth Canal is about efforts to frustrate Italian and German shipping through a small canal in Greece. A canal I, and most likely most of you, had never heard of. The author found the history more or less by accident, while looking for something else.
And I am glad he did.

Read the entire review here !

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