El Alamein (or Al 'Alameen) (Arabic: العلمين , IPA: [elʕælæˈmeːn], literally "the two flags") is a town in the northern Matrouh Governorate of Egypt.
The Second Battle of El Alamein (23 October–11 November 1942) was a major battle of the Second World War that took place near the Egyptian railway halt of El Alamein.
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Famed for the decisive victory of the Allies over the Axis forces in the WWII North Africa campaign, El-Alamein is located half-way between Alexandria and Marsa ...
Rommel studying maps during the battle at El Alamein. El Alamein is 150 miles west of Cairo. By the summer of 1942, the Allies were in trouble throughout Europe.
The Battle of El Alamein did much to restore British morale during World War Two, and is remembered by the Allied forces with pride. Examine why it ...
Three major battles occurred around El Alamein between July and November 1942, and were the turning point of the war in North Africa. The Australian 9th Division, led ...
El Alamein: see Alamein, ElAlamein, El or Al Alamayn , town, N Egypt, on the Mediterranean Sea. It was the site of a decisive British victory in World War II (see ...
00pm, Film4 An American tank crew get lost in the desert during the retreat from El Alamein and face a desperate race against time to reach a source of water in an ...
War seen through the eyes of Serra, a university student from Palermo who volunteers in 1942 to fight in Africa. He is assigned to the Pavia Division on the southern ...