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Rommel describes the long trajectory, of an Icarus-like figure, glorying in the giddy heights of fame, only to plummet to his death conniving against Hitler, the man who promoted him so spectacularly to prominence. What determined the defeat of the Afrikakorps at El Alamein? Was it Rommel's own strategic error, his opponent Montgomery or the successful deciphering of the Enigma coding machine?
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