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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Sequence of shots in connection with the fall of Bardia, Libya.
Description: Indian Labour Corps repairing road. Signallers repairing telephone on the road from Mersa Matruh to Sidi Barrani. Sorting captured Italian ammunition, guns, food etc. Captured mobile anti-aircraft guns being cleaned for use. Crashed Italian fighter aircraft being dismantled by RAF near Sollum. Australian vehicles climbing Halfaya Pass. Heavy Scammell gun towing lorries. Wire on the Libyan frontier. 25 pounder artillery shelling Bardia. Battery commander in dugout with range chart. Telephonists. Lysander aircraft flying over battlefield. Italian shells bursting near Howitzer battery. Australian infantry advancing with Matilda tanks. First Italian prisoners out of Bardia. Mass of prisoners in cage near Fort Capuzzo. Thousands of prisoners marching across desert. Anti-tank guns, Bren carriers. Burnt out anti-tank gun on truck and six Italian tanks which it destroyed before being hit. Captured defences at Bardia. Prisoners marched off by Australian NCOs. Red Cross prisoners on road. Captured Italian transport vehicles. Buildings in Bardia on fire. Masses of prisoners. Bardia after its fall.