AFRIKAKORPS 1941-1943 LA CAMPAGNE DE LIBYE-EGYPTE.THE LIBYA-EGYPT CAMPAIGN

AFRIKAKORPS 1941-1943 LA CAMPAGNE DE LIBYE-EGYPTE.THE LIBYA-EGYPT CAMPAIGN

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Table of Contents

Introduction                                       3  (4)
The theater of operations, Libya 7 (12)
The historical background: the Italians and 7 (7)
Libya
The geographical background 14 (5)
The Italian offensive and the British tiposte 19 (26)
(September 1940-February 1941)
The warring parties on the eve of war 20 (2)
The Italian command dithers 22 (1)
The Italian forces cross the Egyptian 23 (2)
border (9-16 September 1940)
The Italians and the British reorganize (17 25 (1)
September-9 December 1940)
Operation ``Compass'', Wavell 26 (19)
counter-attacks (9 December 1940-8 February
1941)
The arrival of the Deutsches AfrikaKorps 45 (103)
(DAK) and Rommel's first offensive
(February-June 1941)
Early signs of action 45 (5)
Rommel goes onto the offensive (31 March-15 50 (10)
April 1941)
Tobruk resists (11-30 April 1941) 60 (10)
Operations on the Egyptian border 70 (2)
(April-May 1941)
The failure of Operation ``Battleaxe'': 72 (76)
Rommel routs the British at Sollum (15-21
June 1941)
The British counter-offensive: Operation 148(28)
``Crusader'' (November 1941-January 1942)
Auchinleck prepares the instrument of 148(5)
revenge
The situation of the German-Italian allies 153(8)
The start of ``Crusader'': Cunningham 161(6)
defeated by Rommel (18-25 November 1941)
The British regain the upper hand (27 167(2)
November-5 December 1941)
Rommel on the rertreat! (5 December 1941-13 169(7)
January 1942)
Rommel's second offensive (21 January-20 July 176(122)
1942)
The tide turns in Rommel's favor 176(1)
First leap forward (21 January-3 February 177(3)
1942)
A lull (5 February-25 May 1942) 180(5)
Second leap forward (26 May-21 June 1942) 185(12)
Exploitation towards Egypt (21-29 June 1942) 197(2)
Rommel stopped at El Alamein (1-20 July 199(99)
1942)
Montgomery's counter-offensive (22 October 298(20)
1942-31 January 1943)
The British prepare for victory 298(4)
Panzer-Armee ``Afrika'' licks its wounds 302(2)
Interlude at Alam Halfa (30 August-4 304(2)
September 1942)
The second Battle of Alamein: Operation 306(5)
``Lightfoot'' (22 October-4 November 1942)
The pursuit to the Tunisian frontier (5 311(7)
November-31 January)
Conclusion 318(65)
Annexes
Personal album of DAK Adjudant Major 320(19)
Schraepler
Luftwaffe units engaged in North Africa 339(4)
(March 1941-January 1943)
Main commanders of Panzer-Armee ``Afrika'' 343(4)
(February 1941-January 1943)
Panzer-Armee ``Afrika'' Knights of the Iron 347(36)
Cross (March 1941-January 1943)
Bibliography 383