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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Training at the 54th Division Battle Training School at Aldeburgh, Suffolk. The three exercises are: attacking an enemy pillbox on Goose Hill, a Bren carrier exercise and trapping Armoured Fighting Vehicles.
Description: 26 to 28 February. Troops stalking along the right flank. The mortar section in action. Bren gunners giving covering fire. The pillbox is hit by Bren gunners. The damaged pillbox. The carrier platoon receives orders from the platoon commander and then mounts the carriers. On the "Advance" order, the carriers leave the wood. Carriers advancing over a ridge into enemy territory. A vehicle on fire after an attack. A vehicle runs over a mine then is attacked by troops. The vehicle is disabled and crew "killed". A vehicle approaching and hitting a mine.