Dwight Eisenhower is the president who as a US general was involved with fighting in North Africa during World War 2.
The "Africa Corps" was the German unit fighting in North Africa under the command of General Rommel, the "Desert Fox." The commander of US tank units opposing Rommel in North Africa was General George Patton.
U.S. General Patton
Canada is north of the us
Erwin Rommel no Rommel was Afrika Korps commander replaced in Tunisia by von Arnim. Commanders of US Forces in North Africa in Operation Torch include Generals Bradley, Patton & Fredenhall.
Patton was a direct & effective US General in WW2, He fought in North Africa & in Europe after D Day. He did not see eye to eye with British General Montgomery.
The United States are farther north.
Answer: Malawi is a country in Africa, located north of South Africa.
The united states
The question can not be answered. There was no battle and no defeat in North Africa in 1944. The Germans were defeated in Tunisia in 1943. Also the question is not specific as to Which troops? US or German? Troops in North Africa or those in England??
No, Morocco is a sovereign country in North Africa.
Operation Torch .
60 degrees north
No, Libya is an independent country in North Africa and has no connections to the US.
actually they are grown in north Africa
Liberia is the country, Monrovia is the capital, Monroe is the president. North Africa is a bit of a stretch, I think.
Africa is a massive continent. The equator passes through the centre of it, so that makes that part of Africa very hot. The US is north of the equator, so it does not get as hot.
Italy had been badly beaten by the British in North Africa in 1940-41, and the Germans were sent to bolster them. When the US invaded North Africa in 1942, more Germans were sent in hopes of repulsing them.
in Europe and in north Africa