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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. Pulling a gun up a slope, river crossing and demonstration of new boot spikes.
Description: 1 to 3 March. Number 7 Platoon hauling an anti-tank gun up a slope. The man sitting on the barrel of the gun as a balance slips and hangs upside down. Troops running out of the woods to take up positions. Men getting into positions. Feet landing in the mud. Feet walking. Troops running out to erect the boats. The men building the boats. Men carrying the boat to the water. Embarking on the boat. Paddling away amid explosions. A boat in midstream. Number 2 Section embarking. A rubber dinghy lands scouts. A man carries a dinghy. Troops collapse the assault boat. Climbing with the new boot spikes. Close-up of left and right sides of a boot.