When on February 19 Rommel received authority to continue his attack, he was ordered to advance not against Tébessa but northward from Kasserine against Thala—where, in fact, Alexander was expecting him. Having overcome the stubborn U.S. resistance in the Kasserine Pass on February 20, the Germans entered Thala the next day, only to be expelled a few hours later by Alexander's...Search Britannica for Thala
21 to 23 February, 6 turns, the western half of the map. This was the last Axis throw of the dice against weakened but determined Allied resistance. Without victory here the Axis will eventually face defeat in Africa. Can the Axis player break through one more time for the victory?