This is the story of how the men who fought and died in the Battle of El Alamein were players in a volatile drama scripted by Churchill, Roosevelt, Mussolini and Hitler in the war capitals of London, Washington, Rome and Berlin. Based on Dimbleby's book, Destiny in the Desert, the film sheds new light on the significance of this key campaign, on which Churchill gambled both his own future and that of Britain itself.
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Have you watched Churchill's Desert War: The Road to El Alamein yet? What did you think about it?