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Within the first quantity of his enormous trilogy concerning the liberation of Europe in WW II, Pulitzer Prize winner Rick Atkinson tells the riveting tale of the struggle in North AfricaThe liberation of Europe and the destruction of the 3rd Reich is a narrative of braveness and enduring triumph, of calamity and miscalculation.
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And its subsequent expansion along the North African littoral, including eastern Algeria. ). v. Constantine). Masinissa expanded Numidia, and eventually this impressive kingdom stretched 700 miles along the North African coast from Carthaginian territory (Tunisia) in the east to the River Muluccha (Moulouya) (Morocco) in the west. , the alliance between Rome and Numidia was no longer as expedient or as strategic. ). Jugurtha's resistance made him a hero of modern Algeria. D. 23) was the last Massyli monarch and a close Roman client.
Alex Naylor, Peter deRosa, Lewis Livesay, Ronald Johnson, Helen Hanigan, Satoko Thomas, Sylvia Pressman, Peter Ford, John Entelis, Robert Mortimer, Mildred Mortimer, Gretchen Walsh, Mette Shayne, Dan Britz, and the Computer Centers of Merrimack College and Marquette University provided particular assistance. This work also benefited from my associateships at the African Studies Center (Boston University) and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (Harvard University). Most of all, my wife, Kitty, and our two children, Alexander and Athena, contributed in many ways toward making this project personally worthwhile.
Northernmost is the irregular Tell Atlas Mountain group, which reaches heights more than 2,300 meters (7,500 feet) including the Page 2 Landforms of Northern Algeria Page 3 Hodna range and the Djudjura massif. It is flanked by a high plateau of dry, undulating stretches, which give way to the Saharan plateau and then the Saharan Atlas reaching 2,100 meters (7,000 feet), which are a continuation of the Moroccan High Atlas range. Both mountain ranges descend toward the East and ultimately settle into the coastal plains of Tunisia.
Africa: Lonely Planet Phrasebook by Yiwola Awoyale, Lonely Planet Phrasebooks