Dramatic footage of the battle in Tunisia, including large prisoner march, Axis equipment debris, civilians celebrating, General Dwight D.
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SLATE INFORMATION: The Battle of Tunisia - The Eighth Army Take El Hamma and Gabes
AEROPLANE AMERICAN Bombing Mareth positions
AEROPLANES. German. J.U. 88. ablaze & crashing in Tunisia
AFRICA. Mareth assault scenes..Yanks take Maknassy & El Gutter
AMERICA MILITARY U.S.troops take Maknassy & El Guettar, Tunisia
ARMOURED CARS. Column moves up to Mareth, Tunisia.
CAMOUFLAGE. Netting over guns and Sand over windscreen in desert
CHURCHES Troops communion before Mareth assault, Tunisia
FREYBERG. Maj Gen.B.C. V.C. G.O.C. N.Z.E.F W.Gen. Montogomery in TUNISIA
INDIA. Gurkha patrol before Mareth
LORRIES. Columns move up to Mareth, Tunisia
MILITARY BRITISH. MARETH ASSAULT..PREPARATIONS..Camouflaging guns bulldozers prepare ground..Ju.88 ablase & crashing..Armoured cars move up..C/U. Freyberg & Monty..Holy communion..Tense troops Advance w.fixed bayonets...Gurkha patrol.. N.Zealanders take prisoners.
MONTGOMERY, Lt. General. W. Gen Freyberg in Tunisia
PRISONERS OF WAR. N.Zealanders capture Axis troops before Mareth position..U.S.troops capture pris: in Tunisia
RIFLES Stacked rifles round tree Tunisia
TRACTOR. Prepare ground before MARETH ASSAULT
TUNISIA U.S. Troops take MAKNASSY & EL GUETTAR ..pan typical mountains
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Background: Dramatic footage of the battle in Tunisia, including large prisoner march, Axis equipment debris, civilians celebrating, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, and the joining of American and British troops after the battle