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1943. As fighting ended in Morocco and Algeria at the conclusion of Operation Torch, the Eastern Task Force advanced eastward toward Tunisia, organized as the British First Army. They were targeting the Tunis-Bizerte area, the two important seaports of Tunisia. Far to the east was the British Eighth Army, moving westward after its victory at El Alamein. As the Allies had planned, Rommel and his Afrika Korps would be caught between the Allied armies coming from the east and the west. It fell to the British V Corps to take the city of Tunis.
The Libyan oasis of Giarabub lies in the heart of a harsh, drab wilderness 300km southeast of Tobruk. It was Mussolini's loneliest and farthest outpost in Libya, a stronghold in the forsaken land of sun and sand. Its presence, with its garrison of Italian troops, was a constant threat to the British-held oasis of Siwa a few miles away across the Egyptian frontier. Since June 1940, the Australian 6th Cavalry Regiment had kept under siege the Senussi oasis and its outposts but the garrison commander refused to surrender. On March 21st 1941, a battalion of the Australian 18th Brigade advanced in a blinding sandstorm.
The Mareth Line was a system of fortifications built by the French between the towns of Medenine and Gabes in southern Tunisia, prior to World War II, a natural defensive position comparable to El Alamein; a front 35km long extended from the coast to the mountains inland. After the Allied success at El Alamein, the German and Italian forces had conducted a fighting retreat across northern Libya and into Tunisia. The axis troops withdrew to the Mareth Line and awaited the attack.
After the swift German counterattack following Operation Crusader, Rommel was held up at the Gazala line, some 50 miles west of Tobruk. Rommel, completely out of fuel and resources, dug in opposite the entrenched British forces. By the end of May 1942, Rommel launched yet another offensive, having been resupplied a short time ago. The Italians held the entire Gazala line, a defensive position ranging 30 miles inwards from the sea. Meanwhile, German armour and mechanized infantry divisions attacked the British southern flank, towards the fortress of Bir Hakeim. For 16 days, French forces at Bir Hakeim fought vigorously to defend the fortress. Because of their efforts, German forces were detained long enough to avoid an overwhelming Commonwealth defeat at the hands of The Desert Fox
As part of Operation Agreement, an LRDG unit strikes Barce late into the night on the 13th September 1942. The unit aims to take the enemy by surprise and cause maximum carnage both in Barce itself and at the nearby Italian airfield. The Axis forces struggle to protect a recent shipment of tanks and aircraft on the ground.
June 5, 1942. As part of the on going battles on the Gazala Line, the British 8th Army launches a counter-attack against DAK forces inside the 'Cauldron'. Operation Aberdeen is cursed by poor communication and almost no coordination with noone in sole command of the entire operation. After 22nd Armoured and 32nd Army Tank Brigades are decimated, Rommel counters late afternoon as the 21st Panzer Division shatters XXX Corp and overruns 7th Armoured and 5th Indian HQs.
1942. The Germans have broken Tobruk. After the Australian 9th Division held on for so long, their releif, the South African Something Division was overrun by Rommell. Finally removing the thorn in Rommell's (and Hitler's) side that was Tobruk.
1941. Operation Compass was the first major World War II Allied military operation in the Western Desert Campaign. The Italians in the rest of Libya were unprepared for the speed of O'Connor's attack. As the Commonwealth forces advanced, several large Italian units were surrounded, cut off from supply, and defeated. After some hard fighting, one position after another surrendered. In their first battle of the Second World War, Australian troops attacked the coastal town on the morning of 3 January 1941
1941. The story of the Tobruk garrison begins in April 1941 when the Germans, striking with unexpected speed and mechanized strength, thrust the Imperial Forces back from Benghazi and across the Cyrenaican plains to the Egyptian frontier. Cut off from their main forces, the AIF fell back on Tobruk, retired behind its strongly fortified perimeter and established the ring of fire and steel on which successive waves of German shock troops were shattered. The strategy was simply this: to hold the town at all costs. They became "The Rats of Tobruk"
1941. The German airborne assault in northern Crete has been successful and the remaining Allied soldiers, weary and demoralised, are retreating southwards. Their route takes them down the narrow Imbros Gorge and across the inhospitable White Mountains towards the small town of Sfakia or Chora Sphakion on the southern coast. Here the soldiers hope that there will be sea transport waiting to take them off to Africa. Hot on their heels are the well-trained Gebirgsjaeger - specialists in mountain warfare.
1942. Operation ‘Supercharge’ - El Alamein. After his victory in Gazala and Tobruk, Rommel pursued the British into Egypt to the Alamein ‘Line’. El Alamein was the last defensive position west of the Suez Canal, and the British needed to hold the Axis forces there at all costs. On the night of November 1-2, Montgomery launched Operation ‘Supercharge’, a large frontal assault on the Tell el Aqqaqir defences along the Rahman track, which was the base of the Axis defense, in an effort ‘to bring about the disintegration of the whole enemy army’. It was to be the largest armour battle of the engagement. The intensity and the destruction in Supercharge were greater than anything witnessed so far during this horrific battle.
May 20, 1941. German Fallschirmjager are preparing the first airborne invasion to the Island of Crete under the code-name Unternehmen Merkur ("Operation Mercury"). The Battle of Crete was unprecedented in three respects: it was the first-ever mainly airborne invasion, it was the first time the Allies made significant use of intelligence from the deciphered German Enigma code and it was the first time invading German troops encountered mass resistance from a civilian population. In light of the heavy casualties suffered by the parachutists, Adolf Hitler forbade further large scale airborne operations. However, the Allies were impressed by the potential of paratroopers, and started to build their own airborne divisions.
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