Who was the 'Desert Fox' in World War 2?

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"