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German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel observing the field near El Alamein, Egypt, 18 Jun 1942

Caption     German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel observing the field near El Alamein, Egypt, 18 Jun 1942 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseGerman Federal Archives
Identification Code   Bild 146-2002-010-05A
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Photos on Same Day 18 Jun 1942
Photos at Same Place El Alamein, Egypt
Added By C. Peter Chen

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Anonymous says:
18 Jun 2011 04:49:25 AM

The caption is wrong, I think-The Italo-German forces would not reach El Alamein until late June-early July 1942.
2. Bryn Hammond says:
25 Jun 2012 02:13:56 PM

Definitely too early to be 'near El Alamein' - see my new book 'El Alamein' published by Osprey on 20 June 2012 for the full story!
3. ahmed amer says:
18 Jun 2014 02:59:32 PM

Gentlemen, Dear
I Badawi of El Alamein suffer from the presence of more than 16 million mines and munitions potentially explosive since the end of World War II, you think that the war is over, but I Acd you that the war continues to eat everything and everybody, so you create a Society of survivors of mines for development and aid people were fitted prosthetic devices, and we are now work programs in the MRE and in spite of it, but we live in the tension and instability due to mine accidents and the loss of the injured victims and mortality. What I want to say Angdhu souls of the mines and Assatha your government during World War II until we celebrate the end of World War II

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