Rommel remains confident
10th January 1942: Despite falling back 300 miles the German commander in North Africa believes he can attack again
In the Libyan desert the British were apparently making good progress since the launch of Operation Crusader. They had relieved Tobruk and had pushed on further west to re-occupy Benghazi, one of the major ports which allowed the supply …
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