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Rommel had inflicted heavy defeats on Allied forces in Africa, forcing them back to the village of El Alamein, about 60 miles west of Alexandria. This is the real meaning of the victory at El Alamein in October—November ; for the very first time in years, this was not an uncertain, temporary success. This was a real victory, the first that Britain could claim against the Axis forces and, as Churchill and other leaders clearly imagined, probably the last, with the invasion of the French North-West Africa just four days after the victory at Alamein, the United States had finally entered into the war.
Thereafter there would only be Allied victories: Tunisia; the invasion of Sicily in July ; the invasion and the surrender of Italy the following September; the seizure of the first capital city of the Axis — Rome, in June ; shortly followed by the landings in Normandy and the beginning of the decisive campaign in North-West Europe. El Alamein was back then, as it still is today, one of the most important British victories during the Second World War, and as such a decisive victory from more than one perspective. Erwin Rommel in his command halftrack Montgomery watching Allied tanks advancing, November After the war ended, and particularly in the last forty years, historians have argued over the real meaning of the battle of El Alamein; this is in fact their duty, since historians should analyse events also taking hindsight into account to put them into a more complicated, multi-faceted reality that weighs up all the facts, either known or unknown, at the time the events took place.
There have been many criticisms, and in all of them there is at least a grain of truth. If we consider that, according to some authors, the battle of El Alamein should not have been fought at all, it is hard not to say that such a criticism is based on good reasons. In fact, it is quite clear that with the Allied invasion of French North-West Africa Rommel might have been compelled to withdraw his forces from Alamein, on the very simple ground that his supply bases would have been directly threatened, and the battle might have been fought some place else without the hindrances and the difficulties of the Axis defence lines and minefields. Yet such a criticism, meaningful and reasonable as it is, is not free from a few flaws; there was no assurance, in the first place, that Rommel might have been compelled to withdraw, for the very simple reason that his forces were simply too far away from Tunisia and thus unable to intervene in any case.
Since, as it did in fact happen, the Axis might have built a bridgehead in Tunisia to prevent its seizure from the Allies.
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One should simply try and imagine what if the second battle of El Alamein had been fought reversing the two sides: Even though this is simply a matter of educated guesswork, one can easily come to the conclusion that the advantages given to Rommel and to his soldiers by the defences at El Alamein could hardly be matched by the advantages both would have really enjoyed if given freedom of manoeuvre and shorter and more reliable supply lines. There are good reasons behind these criticisms; to sum up in a few words the overall style of command, tactics and doctrine of Field Marshal Montgomery it is easy to say that he was one good step ahead of the Allied commanders on the Western Front in