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Author Topic: Australian Troops In the Defence Of Tobruk  (Read 1767 times)
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« on: 6 January 2009, 10:35:46 »
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As an Australian, I'm very interested in how my country performed in WWII. I am currently researching The Australian Army's involvement in Nth African, particularly in the defense of Tobruk in 1941.

I would like to design a CMAK scenario of the Easter Battle, April 14, 1941, in which Rommel suffered his first defeat at the hands of Australian infantry supported by British AT and arty.   Smiley

This combination went on to defeat the Afrika Korps again in the Battle of the Salient a short while later and yet again in Operation Crusader, towards the end of 1941, before they were fully retired from that theatre.  This was the start of Australian troops being commanded by Australians when the Australian government pressured the Brits, led by Winston Churchill, who, in commanding the Australians, failed to treat them appropriately.

If anyone can help me in my quest, please do so. Smiley
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