The 'Desert Fox'.
Erwin Rommel served as a field marshal during World War II. He was allied with the Germans and was famously nicknamed The Desert Fox, earning the respect of his allies as well as his enemies.
Field Marshall Erwin Rommel
Bernard Montgomery was a famous General for Britain when he defeated German Field Marshall Rommel/The Desert Fox
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If you're asking "In WWII, who was known as the 'Desert Fox'?" Then the answer is Erwin Rommel, a Nazi Field Marshall.
Erwin Rommel, a German General during World War 2, was nicknamed the "Desert Fox" because of his leadership during the North Africa campaign. It was his skill in desert warfare that led to his name. He contributed greatly to his country with his leadership during World War 2 and was not accused of any war crimes. He committed suicide after his involvement in the 20 July 1944 failed assassination attempt on Hitler became known to Hitler. Field Marshall Rommel AKA "The Desert Fox"
Because he expected Paulus to commit suicide since no German field Marshall has every surrendered or been captured alive
German General Erwin Rommel, commander of the Afrika Korps was known as the Desert Fox.
Erwin Rommel, aka, The Desert Fox from WWII
The 'desert fox' in World War 2 was a nickname for the German General Field Marshal Erwin Rommel. His actual nickname was 'WÃ¼stenfuchs' which is the german word for 'Desert Fox'.
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel
Erwin Rommel, a German Field Marshal in WWII.Erwin Rommel
Marshall Field was born on August 18, 1834.
Erwin Rommel was a German Field Marshal who brilliantly led the Afrika Korps in north Africa and later the defence of Normandy . Rommel is remembered for his remarkable military strategies, and also for his reputation for chivalry towards his enemy. He was nicknamed "The Desert Fox"
General Eisenhower accepted the surrender of the Nazis through Field Marshall Montgomery.
Field Marshall Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel, was in charge of the Afrika Corps. He gained the nickname, The Desert Fox, because of his excellent tactics in the field.
Assuming you refer to the North African campaign in WW2, it was Field Marshall Erwin Rommel.
Marshall Field died on January 16, 1906 at the age of 71.
Marshall Field IV died on 1965-09-18.
Marshall Field IV was born on 1916-06-15.
Marshall Field III was born on 1893-09-28.
Marshall Field III died on 1956-11-08.
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel Nickname: "The Desert Fox"