How Montgomery Smashed Rommel

Alan Moorehead (July 22, 1910 — September 29, 1983) was a famous war correspondent during the second World War before becoming a widely respected historian. This article, which depicts the nature of desert warfare, commemorates Moorehead's 100th anniversary birthday this Thursday.

World War II British soldiers charging across the desert.
Photographed in the dust and smoke of the battle, these British soldiers, bayonets fixed, are charging Rommel's position.

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Alan Moorehead (July 22, 1910 — September 29, 1983) was a famous war correspondent during the second World War before becoming a widely respected historian. We offer this article, which depicts the nature of desert warfare, to commemorate Moorehead’s 100th anniversary birthday this Thursday.

Read “How Montgomery Smashed Rommel” by Alan Moorehead. [PDF download].

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