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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Scenes in the towns of Medjez El Bab and Beja, Tunisia.
Description: I. A view of Beja from roof level. A church steeple with shell marks and ruined buildings. Two French soldiers walk past the ruins. A truck passes along the street. Other transport in the street. Signpost for Beja with the town in the background. A 25 pounder gun with Sergeant Gankroger of B Troop, 321 Battery, 132nd Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, at Medjez El Bab bridge. The river Medjerda is in the background. The gun firing. Beja town hall and ruins. View of two tanks from roof level. Beja church spire.
II. The ruins at Beja. Donkeys and policemen. The castle. British transport and British soldiers. French mule transports and donkeys. An ambulance. The East Bridge and various views of Beja. Beja signpost.