Rommel in North Africa, circa 1941-1942; photo 1 of 2

Caption   Rommel in North Africa, circa 1941-1942; photo 1 of 2
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  1. Bill says:
    15 Dec 2014 05:24:50 PM


    A no win situation is what every commander may face. When in doubt, attack! fool the enemy into thinking your going to do something else, and then surprise him somewhere else.

    Never let an enemy sense how weak you are, but keep him guessing how strong you could be..

    Keep your force moving around give the impression its larger than it is.

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