Part of World War II was fought in the vast deserts of Northern Africa. Erwin Rommel commanded the German Afrika Corps during WWII. Field Marshal Rommel could have changed the outcome of the war if he had been given more supplies. He was considered a tactical genius with movement of troops and Blitzkrieg strategies. Rommel’s weapon force was the Panzer Divisions with their superior tanks and tank guns. He played a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse with the allied troops. Scoring major victories in spite of severe fuel and ammunition shortages, Rommel came close to winning the Desert War. Join me in North Africa to learn about Erwin Rommel, known as the Desert Fox.