It takes serious planning and organization to carry out any major operations in a war zone effectively. For the Allied forces, the many operations and battles carried out during WWII in the North Africa region demonstrated their efficiency in strategy and military skill against the Axis Powers.
The Tunisia Campaign, also called the Battle of Tunisia, was a series of events that took place during the North African Campaign. The Allied forces consisted of the British Imperial Forces, Polish and Greek contingents, as well as American and French corps.
While German and Italian forces initially had the upper hand, the massive supply and strength in Allied numbers led to the Axis powers’ ultimate defeat. In that time, over 230,000 German and Italian troops became prisoners of war, including most of the Afrika Korps.