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"All over the area were the tracks of tanks and ammunition carriers that ran in crazy circles like a snarled line of twine. We could pick out scenes of hot fights by the way that the tracks became dense and knotted. The land was dented by bomb craters only a few yards apart, telling of a terrific bombardment. The crashed remains of ground-strafed Stukas were sprawled in the wreckage, souvenirs of teh air battle that had raged overhead."

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The Afrika Korps in Retreat (Yank Magazine, 1942)

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