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  1. THE DESSERT WAR

  2. Rommel, you magnificent bastard! I read your book!(Exclamation by George S. Patten upon his defeat of Rommel in North Africa) Rommel, you magnificent bastard! I read your book! (Exclamation by George S. Patten upon his defeat of Rommel in North Africa)

  3. Anybody who came under the spell of his personality turned into a real soldier. He seemed to know what the enemy were like and how they would react. (Theodor Werner an officer who, during World War I, served under Rommel) Anybody who came under the spell of his personality turned into a real soldier. He seemed to know what the enemy were like and how they would react. (Theodor Werner an officer who, during World War I, served under Rommel) 

  4. We have a very daring and skillful opponent against us, and, may I say across the havoc of war, a great General. (Winston Churchill, said during the debate in the British Parliament over a censure vote against Churchill for his failure to defeat Rommel. The vote failed.) We have a very daring and skilful opponent against us, and, may I say across the havoc of war, a great General. (Winston Churchill, said during the debate in the British Parliament over a censure vote against Churchill for his failure to defeat Rommel. The vote failed.)

  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOgqU95Eyo4

  6. First Battle of El Alamein

  7. Bernard Montgomery

  8. Second Battle of El Alamein Strength Axis-116,000 men -547 tanks -552 artillery Allies-195,000 men -1,029 tanks -908 artillery Casualties Allies-13,000 casualties and around 500 tanks Axis-30,000 casualties and around 500 tanks

  9. War in the Desert Diary of Private Charles Oswald Chesterton -Keynes • 5th July 1942- The heat of the desert is unbearable , but the Germans keep coming . I wish I was back in that brothel in Tripoli, corrr! • 11th July- Flies, flies, flies. Who would expect flies in the desert. They are everywhere, almost as bad as the sand • 15th July- Sand, Sand, Sand. Who would expect...Oh well it is a part of life here. I don’t know how the locals live? • 20thJuly- We can really feel it now, Rommel is coming.