HIST100 Abram Friedman British efforts in the North African Campaign Paper

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Discuss the British efforts in the North African Campaign from 10 June 1940 (British) to the Allied Invasion – November 1942 – 13 May 1943. Why did it take almost six months to regain a foothold in North Africa?

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Running head: THE NORTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN

The North African Campaign
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THE NORTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN

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The North African Campaign
The two main reasons that led to the North African Campaign was because of the Suez
Canal which plays a major role in controlling the Middle East and the oil resources found in the
Middle Eastern region (Golan, 2019).
10 June, 1940
Benito Mussolini who was an Italian dictator declared war on the other troops. He had
more than one million soldiers in his army who were located in Libya. The British who were
located in Egypt had only thirty-six thousand soldiers whose main role was to guard the Arabian
oil fields and the Suez Canal (Golan, 2019...


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