1/48 German Africa Corps Infantry
At the beginning of WWII, the Italian army invaded and
attacked Egypt but received severe defeats from
to this, Field Commander Rommel was sent to North Africa to save the situation.
It was decided that two German divisions would support their Italian
counterparts in the invasion of English-held Egypt, which resulted in a complete
and utter defeat for the defending English forces. Always commanding from the
frontlines, Rommel and his African Corps chased the British troops, eventually
cornering them at the Egyptian border. With Rommel’s success, he was both
respected and feared by the English-led forces and was called “the Desert Fox”
for his skillful desert campaigns.
up the surroundings.