What was Maaten Bagush during World War II?

What was Maaten Bagush during World War II?

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Maaten Bagush (Ma`atin Baqqush), is an area in Egypt that was a great transit camp on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt during world war II.

It is located near Mersa Matruh, and very close to the British army field fortification of Baggush, known as "Baggush Box", being an access area to it and where the aerodrome was also located.

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