Lego WW2: The Battle of El Alamein – stop motion

The First Battle of El Alamein was a part of the WWII North African Campaign and
took place in northwestern Egypt on July 1st, 1942. It began with the British being
attacked by Axis forces led by Erwin Rommel, whose objective was to capture the
Suez Canal, the Middle Eastern oil fields, and other strategic locations. however,
the British defense was quite formidable and the Axis forces were not able to defeat
them in any significant way. after days of vicious fighting, Rommel, undersupplied
and outnumbered, decided to call off his attacks and assume a defensive position.
Around 2 months later, in the 2nd Battle of El Alamein, The British would now
launch an attack on the Axis front and eventually force Rommel to retreat, turning
the tide of the North African campaign in the allies’ favor.

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  1. I get that this is a Lego stop motion video but you make it look like the Germans have 600 tanks and that the British only have 210 but no it was the other way around, the Germans only had some tanks that could be used i get it the British had the same problems but the Germans were really badly outnumbered.

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