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The North African Campaign was a crucial theater of WWII. This was where the famous General Erwin Rommel made his name as the "Desert Fox" and where the British successfully stopped the Germans from taking the Suez Canal.
The North African Campaign was a success for the Allies, successfully pushing the Axis out of Africa.
|Theaters of World War II|
|Atlantic • European (Eastern • Western) • Mediterranean • Middle Eastern • North African • Pacific|