I have a Git repository with n commits.
I have a file that I need, and that used to be in the repository, and that I suddenly look for and think "Oh! Where'd that file go?"
Is there a (series of) Git command(s) that will tell me that "file really_needed.txt was deleted at commit n-13"?
In other words, without looking at every individual commit, and knowing that my Git repo has every change of every file, can I quickly find the last commit that HAS that file, so I can get it back?