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March 16th, 1943
Mareth Line

Mareth Line

Germany Germany   against   Great Britain Great Britain

The Mareth Line was a system of fortifications built by the French between the towns of Medenine and Gabes in southern Tunisia, prior to World War II, a natural defensive position comparable to El Alamein; a front 35km long extended from the coast to the mountains inland. After the Allied success at El Alamein, the German and Italian forces had conducted a fighting retreat across northern Libya and into Tunisia. The axis troops withdrew to the Mareth Line and awaited the attack.

Germany Germany Great Britain Great Britain

  Ground Forces  
  Stationary Weapons  

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