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In the Western Desert, August 1942. Winston Churchill viewing the El Alamein positions. In August 1942, after the German advance in the Western Desert had been halted, Sir Winston flew out to Cairo and visited the Alamein positions. He wanted to see for himself the cause of the reverse which had befallen our superior forces and what changes, if any, were needed in the command of that vast theatre of war. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, 1874 – 1965. British politician, army officer, writer and twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

In the Western Desert, August 1942.  Winston Churchill viewing the El Alamein positions.  In August 1942, after the German advance in the Western Desert had been halted, Sir Winston flew out to Cairo and visited the Alamein positions.  He wanted to see for himself the cause of the reverse which had befallen our superior forces and what changes, if any, were needed in the command of that vast theatre of war.  Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, 1874 – 1965. British politician, army officer, writer and twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Stock Photo
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Hilary Morgan / Alamy Stock Photo

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5053 x 3531 px | 42.8 x 29.9 cm | 16.8 x 11.8 inches | 300dpi

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31 May 2020

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Western Desert

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