This Tiny Island Was Key for Allied Forces to Secure North Africa

During WWII, Nazi forces were preparing to take the coastal city of Tobruk and tighten their grip on North Africa. In response, the Allies turned their attention to another key strategic location: the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta. (2:21)

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