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Egypt-Libya Campaign

The Egypt–Libya Campaign is the name used to describe the Allied Western Desert Campaign, during World War II. From 1940, British & Commonwealth forces (assisted by US forces in 1942) ifought the Axis forces in Egypt and Libya. 

Africa Gazala 1942

Africa Gazala 1942

The Battle of Gazala was an important battle of the Second World War Western Desert Campaign, fought around the port of Tobruk in Libya from 26 May-21 June 1942. The combatants on the Axis side were the ...
Africa El Alamein 1942

Africa El Alamein 1942

The battle of El Alamein marked the turning point in Britain's fortunes in World War II. There were three separate battles between July and November 1942, all of which were fought to halt the advance of ...

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