The Campaign For North Africa The Battle Of El Alamein
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The Campaign for North Africa: The Battle of El Alamein
"Strategically and psychologically, El Alamein ranks as a decisive battle of World War II. It initiated the Axis decline. The victory saved the Suez Canal, was a curtain-raiser for the Anglo-American invasion of North Africa 4 days later, and was a prelude to the debacle of Stalingrad. Allied morale soared, particularly in the British Empire, proud to have at long last a victorious army and general; Axis morale correspondingly dipped. Hitler’s order that Rommel should stand fast (rescinded 48 hours later, after the “Desert Fox” had already started to withdraw) contributed to the ruin of Rommel’s army."
El Alamein appears to be nothing but an inconsequential village; an insignificant waypoint across the barren desert landscape of North Africa. Yet, the seemingly irrelevant piece of land would come to witness the single greatest battle of the North Afric...
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