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Title:CONTINUATION OF THE WORK OF REME IN THE FIELD [Allocated Title]
Film Number:AYY 356/1/1
Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers of the 6th Armoured Division at work in Le Kef, Tunisia.
Description: Armourers' workshops and an Aldershot shelter used as a gearbox shop. A Valentine and a Crusader tank and Scout car with four other tanks in the background. A Scammell backed up to a Crusader to hoist out the engine. Various tanks under olive trees. A tank on a tank transporter in the background. Two men working on a tank. Nuts being tightened on a Daimler fluid flywheel in the engine workshop. A column of smoke rising from Le Kef after an attack by two enemy fighter bombers. Six blazing trucks parked on the parade ground alongside the POW camp in Le Kef. Close-up of a blazing French car. End of the blazing truck with smoke blowing across the picture. The badly charred body of the driver is visible through the smoke. A hand removes a cap from a crankshaft. A hand removing carbon from a Daimler cylinder head with an emery cloth. Removing burrs from a Crusader in the gearbox shop. Strengthening a box spanner by welding. A company sergeant major and a craftsman working on a Liberty tank engine suspended from a Scammell winch. Two craftsmen working on a Crusader tank. Close-up of a bolt being tuned by a screwdriver. Craftsmen adjusting the brake drum on a Crusader. Craftsman Walker from Birmingham switches on an Ajax electric drill. Craftsman Owen from Nuneaton cuts a Divisional sign out of a petrol tin. Hands snipping the petrol tin with shears. Painting the petrol tin. The finished sign being fitted over a hurricane lamp.