Erwin Rommel


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Noun1.Erwin Rommel - German field marshal noted for brilliant generalship in North Africa during World War II (1891-1944)Erwin Rommel - German field marshal noted for brilliant generalship in North Africa during World War II (1891-1944)
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Hitler had placed Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in command of German forces along the Atlantic Wall in anticipation of an Allied invasion.
99), Field Marshal: The Life and Death of Erwin Rommel is a thorough biography of a German war hero and military genius, well-known for his sense of honor, duty, and respect for human life.
HITLER | had placed Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in command of German forces along the Atlantic Wall in anticipation of an Allied invasion.
A mate of mine from Cardiff spends more time plotting victories on the sand dunes than Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, and he always tells me to keep a very close eye on gambles at this time of year, as stables try to earn the Crimbo exes.
Patton, General Creighton Abrams, German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and Israeli Major General Moshe Peled, according to the Armor Museum at Fort Knox, where he is commemorated.
Ever-lengthening supply lines and corresponding sustainment difficulties were principal reasons for the failure by German General Erwin Rommel to continue his offensive in North Africa, beyond El Alamein in 1942.
Erwin Rommel s defeat in August 1942 rendered the project obsolete.
During the second world war it was sailed off the north coast of France by the Third Reich field marshal Erwin Rommel, he who would later become famous by the name "the Desert Fox".
AaAaNo army in the world at that time could have withstood Germany's blitzkrieg, planned by the brilliant Erich von Manstein, and led by theAaaudacious Heinz Guderian, and Erwin Rommel -- three of modern history's greatest generals.
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel is a classic example, when in a battle his Afrika Korps mauled the British and advanced hundreds of kilometres that day and in the process captured many prisoners, armour, ammunition, etc.
Author Bradford, for whom no background information is given, has written a tribute to the men on both sides who fought in the North African Campaign in World War II, and particularly to Erwin Rommel and his Afrika Korps.
For starters, he's likely smarter than just about anyone you know, and he gives crash courses in Butte's watershed, Darwin, Erwin Rommel, film, wormholes, toasters, and Humboldtean metaphysics.