• anonymous
Which of the following best describes the 1942 Allied strategy in North Africa? The Allies advanced on Axis troops in Libya from both east and west, trapping them in the middle. The Allies pushed Rommel’s troops out of Egypt and trapped them against more Allied forces in the west. The Allies first fought Rommel in Morocco and Algeria, then moved eastward into Egypt. The Allies landed along the coast and eventually pushed Rommel’s troops inland.
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  • anonymous
Within days of the British victory at El-Alamein, the Allies launched Operation Torch, the code name for their invasion of North Africa. On November 8, 1942, British and American forces carried out an amphibious landing on the coast of French North Africa (present-day Morocco). The invasion involved more than 100,000 men and over 600 ships, placing it among the largest such invasions in history. Operation Torch was highly successful and enabled the Allies to take more than 1,000 miles of North African coastline.

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