The battlefield is usually very dangerous to study it because of minefields of both parties. By calculations, amazing number 17, 2 million mines remained in the Western desert which still kill and will cripple local bedouins till today. The highest losses were in the 1950th when the zabugorny dealer of scrap metal has taught locals to do bombs of unexploded bombs and to blow up padded tanks on transportable pieces. Germany, Britain and Italy always rejected inquiries of Egypt and Libya that they financed programs of cleaning of minefields. As a pretext that Egypt has not signed the Ottavsky convention forbidding creation of minute now serves. Though some bedouins on all-wheel drive cars are ready to carry guests to such strategic strongholds, as Kidni and Tell el-Issah’s crest, it is necessary to be rather reckless to rely on assurances that they know safe ways through minefields.
But itself not enough two relics of fight can be beheld without any risk after the journey to Qattara Depression which begins about the Greek memorial. The station of El-Alameyn looks in the basic the same as in 1942 though it is not overflowed any more with allied armies (which called Nebesa station) and ammunition. In 24 km further on the South the crest on West side is pitted by ditches and the tunnels belonging to the Italian field hospital and protective positions which were stormed by the 30th case of allies during the operation "Laytfut". This road has not a bad covering and goes deep into a hollow of Kat-tara, where meets the highway Cairo-Bakhariya but to use, permission is necessary, and, what you did, do not deviate the asphalted road because all district round it is mined.