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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: A Royal Army Ordnance Corps depot in Roman ruins at Bulla Regia, Tunisia.
Description: Ruins of old Roman dwelling places. Two members of the RAOC carrying cases of Bren guns into the doorway of the nearest ruin, used as a store. Looking down into the store. A sergeant draws some equipment from the Clothing Issue counter in another ruin. Quantities of battledresses, shirts, boots etc in the clothing store. Lorries unloading equipment in the Receipts Bay. Miscellaneous equipment in the General Stores. Tank tracks, bicycles, motor tyres and spare tank bogie wheels in the stores. Various guns in the gun park. A new 17 pounder anti-tank gun covered by tarpaulin and sacking. A Company Sergeant Major examines the breech of another 17 pounder as the officer present takes a note of the breech number. The officer notes the number on the barrel. Front view of the gun. The muzzle is lowered down to camera level.