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El Agheila is a coastal city at the bottom of the Gulf of Sidra in far western Cyrenaica, Libya. In 1988 it was placed in Ajdabiya District; between 1995 and 2001 the district name is not known; however, it was again placed into Ajdabiya District in 2001. In 2007, El Agheila was placed within the enlarged Al Wahat District.
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At Rommel's Side (2009)
The Lost Letters of Hans Joachim Schraepler by Hans Albrect Schraepler
El Agheila is a sad place, perhaps six simple Arab huts, two wells, a castle, some kind of a fortress of a very primitive construction, situated on a hill, an airfield without installations. That is all. Otherwise, we still find in the area remnants of the ...
The War against Germany and Italy by Anne Sharp Wells
Between November 1941 and January 1942, the British force, now designated the Eighth Army, carried out Operation Crusader, relieving Tobruk, capturing Benghazi, and nearing El Agheila before a German offensive begun on 21 January ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
El Agheila. Sec AI. -UQAYLAH. Elah, Vale of \'e-U>\. Valley of middle course of N branch of Nahr Suqrcir, Israel, ab. 15 mi. (24 km.) W of Bethlehem: probable site of the combat bet. David and Goliath ( / Sam. xvii. 2, 19). El Ala- mein ...
by Tony Jaques
El Agheila (World War II (Northern Africa)), 121, ...
by Tony Jaques
Just days after withdrawing from Sidi Rezegh to El Agheila, German commander Erwin Rommel launched a second offensive into western Cyrenaica. The under-strength British were ...
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