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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: The work of Mr Sillett, a Brigade Ordnance Warrant Officer (BOWO) with the 11th Infantry Brigade at "B" Echelon on the Tunis Front.
Description: Shaving by the truck mirror, having breakfast, removing camouflage from a truck, the truck moving off and passing a cactus on the road. At the Division Rear HQ the Brigade Ordnance Warrant Officer obtains permits for supplies. A truck at the Roman ruins at Ain Tounga, where the HQ is situated. The truck at the market place of Teboursouk. The BOWO's truck is loaded with supplies from the ADOS (Assistant Director of Ordnance Services) dump. The truck goes to a battalion under canvas in a cactus grove and unloads some of the supplies, then on to another farm. The remains of an arena, temple and other buildings in the Roman ruins at Ain Tounga. Inside the ruins are tents, vehicles and a public telephone. British soldiers cutting wood in the ruins. The BOWO's truck leaving HQ. the same truck unloading stores at the farm HQ of the 3rd Regiment, Tirailleurs Algeriens.