British setbacks in the Desert War 1941-42

Despite impressive advances against the Axis powers in 1940 and 1941, the organisation and leadership of Rommel's Afrika Korps devastated Britain's position in North Africa by the summer of 1942. Inflexibility and weak leadership led to one of Britain's greatest wartime humiliations, the fall of Tobruk.

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