top of page

Husky: Allied Invasion of Sicily 1943

by Shawn Nutter

Merriam Press World War II History

eBook not available

Paperback - ISBN 9781716458859 - $14.98

Hardcover not available

This account of the Allied invasion of Sicily in July and August 1943 concentrates on the actual invasion, from Allied debates over strategy and planning of the invasion, plans and dispositions of both Allied and Axis forces, and the invasion's execution, covering naval, ground and air operations.

The seminal lesson of the campaign, according to its supreme commander, was the potential for airborne operations.

In spite of all of the difficulties which they had encountered, the blame for which Eisenhower shouldered himself, the Allied airborne troops had “contributed markedly to success.”


The Allied Strategic Debate

The Struggle for an Allied Plan

The Invasion of Sicily and Allied Grand Strategy

Husky in Execution

Pantelleria and Initial Landings

The Naval Experience

The Post-Landing Battle in Brief

92 8.5x11-inch pages, 52 photos, 4 maps

Husky: Allied Invasion of Sicily 1943

This title may not be available in every edition. If nothing happens when you click on a button, then that edition is not available. Merriam Press does not sell direct and the buttons will open a page for that edition on the website of the printer or vendor that sells Merriam Press books. All buttons are verified and safe.

bottom of page