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"Marshal Erwin Rommel's Axis forces in Egypt have been beaten back by British guns and planes. A Cairo communique said yesterday that the German armored divisions had retreated west of the British minefields to the starting line of his offensive which opened a week ago. Rommel suffered heavy losses over the week end from U.S. and British bombers which blasted his communications, struck at Tobruk and reached over the Mediterranean to hit the Candia base over on Axis-held Crete. Meanwhile, the British held firmly on the vital southern flank before the Himeimsat Ridge. To the north, Australian troops struck out against German positions west of El Alamein. Captured Axis prisoner disclosed how Rommel had touched off the offensive last Monday with a proclamation to his men that "we are off to Cairo.'"

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Rommel Returned to Where he Began (PM Tabloid, 1942)

Rommel Returned to Where he Began (PM Tabloid, 1942)

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