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El 3 de Noviembre de 1942, en el Alamein, Egipto; en el marco de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, finaliza la segunda batalla del Alamein que será el auténtico punto de quiebre en la guerra en el Norte de África. Durante poco más de 10 días, los Afrika Korps de Erwin Rommel y el ejército británico apoyado por la resistencia francesa liderados por Bernard Montgomery se enfrentaran en una batalla sin precedentes en las dunas y la arena

El 3 de Noviembre de 1942, en el Alamein, Egipto; en el marco de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, finaliza la segunda batalla del Alamein que será el auténtico punto de quiebre en la guerra en el Norte de África. Durante poco más de 10 días, los Afrika Korps de Erwin Rommel y el ejército británico apoyado por la resistencia francesa liderados por Bernard Montgomery se enfrentaran en una batalla sin precedentes en las dunas y la arena

Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery speaking to war correspondents during his first press conference since the Normandy invasion at Port en Bessin during World War Two on 11th June 1944.

Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery speaking to war correspondents during his first press conference since the Normandy invasion at Port en Bessin during World War Two on June

SS-Standartenführer Joachim Peiper (right), serving with SS-Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler on the Eastern Front, is photographed in conversation with another officer probably in 1943. Peiper, adjutant to Heinrich Himmler between 1940 and 1941, was Himmler's protege and one of the most aggressive young panzer commanders of WW2. He survived the war and was murdered in France in 1976.

SS-Standartenführer Joachim Peiper (right), serving with SS-Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler on the Eastern Front, is photographed in conversation with another officer probably in Peiper, adjutant to Heinrich Himmler between and

British Prime minister Winston Churchill, Chief of the Imperial General Staff Field marshal Sir Alan Brooke, and Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower at an unidentified location, 14 November 1944.

British Prime minister Winston Churchill, Chief of the Imperial General Staff Field marshal Sir Alan Brooke, and Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower at an unidentified location, 14 November

Eisenhower, Patton & American Generals WWII Photo

American Generals during WWII

This Day In History: Britain Reconized De Gaulle As Head Of The Free French (1940)

This Day In History: Britain Reconized De Gaulle As Head Of The Free French (1940)

Winston Churchill with General de Gaulle during an inspection of French troops at Marrakesh in Morocco, January The Prime Minister, t.

Maj Paul Triquet, VC, Victory Loan Campaign, Royal 22nd Regiment Credit: Canada: Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / Restrictions on use: NIL

of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / Restrictions on use: NIL

Commandos of No. 4 Commando, 1st Special Service Brigade, use an improvised stretcher to bring one of their casualties back as they advance into Ouistreham, Sword area, 6 June 1944.

BU Commandos of No. 4 Commando Special Service Brigade use an improvised stretcher to bring one of their casualties back as they advance into Ouistreham Sword area 6 June 1944

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