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Title:TANKS SWEEP VALLEY TO DESTROY ENEMY VEHICLES [Allocated Title]
Film Number:AYY 303/3
Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: The Royal Irish Fusiliers Tank Detachment, 6th Armoured Brigade attacking at Goubellat.
Description: The Goubellat Valley before action. Officers of the Royal Irish Fusiliers watch the tank sweep from an observation post. Major B H Butler, Second-in-Command, instructs another officer to observe. The other officers are Captain Monsell, in charge of Bren carriers, and Captain Dunnill, Officer Commanding B Company. The tanks move into position then move into attack. RAF Hurricanes provide support. Shell bursts in the village of Goubellat from British guns covering the tank attack. The tanks advancing along the valley. No enemy tanks appear.