stg 44 wrote: I came here looking for specific information about about a specific element of Rommel's supply lines ...
Quite so. And that can be easily ascertained from the gliederung I posted up and a bit of effort on your behalf to fill in the blanks.
But now you want more.
stg 44 wrote: What Urmel rightly states is that shipping lists will say what was actually sent to North Africa, which is the most helpful for my purposes, because it shows exactly what was then not available for other fronts.
Now you want to know about all the equipment sent to North Africa to see if it would, in your opinion, make a difference to the outcome of the war on the Eastern Front.
stg 44 wrote:If Urmel is willing to provide the information I requested, it will be appreciated and if not I understand; it is a lot of work to engage in for someone else's interest.
stg 44 wrote: Still it would be interesting to know what was sent.
But do you really grasp how much work will be needed to comb through every ship's manifest that sailed from mainland Europe bound for North Africa during 1941-1943 to list all the stores and equipment that was sent by the Germans? All just so you can unlock yourself from an arguement elsewhere and further convince yourself that the Wehrmacht could have won the war in 1941 if only....