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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: 12-13 May 1940, British convoys pass through Enghien on their way to the front. Convoys and refugees on the road. Crowds at the Gare du Midi, Brussels, waiting for British troops to come through, and refugees arriving from the front. Convoys of British lorries and guns passing through the outskirts of Brussels. Refugees and British troops in Tervueren. Deserted streets in Louvain after bombing, bomb damage. Refugees on road from Louvain to Brussels. Road blockade. A burnt out car, caused by a fragment of a bomb which killed three women and a child. Tank obstacles at the side of the railway at Louvain, also the deserted station. Deserted square in front of the station, soldier with Bren gun. Refugees on the train. The troops are the Royal Ulster Regiment.