General Montgomery dictates speech to congratulate Eighth Army on it;s African victory.
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M/S and C/U as General Bernard Montgomery dictates to his aide as he is seated in Garden of large English house, a message to the Eighth army after their North African victories. Monty says that he is very proud of his soldiers for defeating the Germans in North Africa. He calls for his soldier to see the war through to the very end. Several of the parts of the speech are re-shot several times.
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