Notably , Bernard Montgomery .
The Normandy invasion of France changed the course of the war in Europe and led to the Allied victory.
Montgomery led the British forces to victory in North Africa, finally defeating the Afrika Korps.
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Lieutenant-General Bernard Montgomery led the Allies to victory over the Axis troops in North Africa in 1943. The North African Campaign during World War 2 lasted from 1940 to 1943.
The Battle of El Alemein when the British Eighth Army, led by Montgomery, forced the German Afrika Corps, led by Rommel, to withdraw. This battle was the turning point of the North Africa Campaign.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower
The Battle of El Alamein was fought in the deserts of North Africa and is considered one of the decisive victories of World War Two. This battle was fought between British General Montgomery and the German's General Rommel. The Allied victory at El Alamein led to the retreat of Hitler's Afrika Korps and the German surrender in North Africa in May 1943.
Erwin Rommel led a majority of the Axis forces in Africa.
The British army struck from Egypt and a combined Anglo-American army led by Eisenhower was to invade French North Africa and hit the enemy line.
The Battle of Midway is by far in my opinion the most important in the Pacific. U.S. victory at Midway led to the destruction of the Japanese naval fleet.
North America entering the war, the Russians taking lead offense, the Atom bomb being dropped on Japan & the weight of currency the allies had compared to the Axis Powers.
the taking of Berlin (ending ww2) and the atomic bombs.
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General Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr., who was in charge of the US Central Command (CENTCOM) from 1988 to 1991.
Eisenhower was the overall commander of Operation Torch, the joint British/American invasion of North Africa in 1942.
The American allied invasion of Normandy was led by Dwight D. Eisenhower.