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|Statement||by László Almásy ; with an introduction by János Kubassek ; translated from the Hungarian by Gabriel Francis Horchler.|
|Contributions||Kubassek, János., Horchler, Gabriel Francis, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||D766.93 .A413 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 128 p.|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2001615028|
When German General Rommel and the lead elements of what would become the Afrika Korps landed in Libya in February , nobody could have foreseen the legendary status they would achieve. Sent to support the faltering Italians, they were eventually able to drive the Allies to the very gates of Egypt/5(11). No fuel reached Libya in the first week of October because of a British air-submarine victory off Greece. By the time a thousand British guns signaled the start of the climactic second Battle of El Alamein on the night of Octo , Ultra intercepts confirmed Rommel’s desperate need for fuel. When German General Rommel and the lead elements of what would become the Afrika Korps landed in Libya in February , nobody could have foreseen the legendary status they would achieve. Sent to support the faltering Italians, they were eventually able to drive the Allies to the very gates of : In Libya and Egypt in and , German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel achieved immortality as the Desert Fox, battling and usually defeating numerically superior enemies. Until now, historians have generally overlooked the talented cast of characters who supported Rommel during this s: 4.
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