By William E. Welsh South of the crossroads of Arras in the Pas de Calais region of France, British and German troops are buried alongside each other. They were casualties of a gutsy British armored counterattack on May 21, 1940, by two British tank regiments against General-Major Erwin Rommel’s 7th Panzer Division. Rommel’s division was racing west toward the Channel coast on the right flank of General-Colonel Gerd von Rundstedt’s Army Group A at the time of a British counterattack. Th

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