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Title:THE GRENADIER GUARDS TAKE KASSERINE PASS [Allocated Title]
Film Number:AYY 356/3
Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Two companies of the Grenadier Guards occupy the Kasserine Pass, Tunisia after the enemy retreat.
Description: 24 February. A knocked out German Mark III tank. A dead crew member lays by the side of the tank. Another Mark III tank, blown up by a mine. A mine lifting operation on the Thala-Kasserine road, a convoy waits in the rear. Close-up of a mine in the road with men working on it. A sapper using a mine detector ahead of the convoy. The final lifting of the mine.
25 February. Bren carriers of the Grenadier Guards advancing along the Kasserine Pass with mountains in the background. The leading section of the Grenadier Guards advancing over the ridge leading into the Pass with Bren gunners taking up position. The leading section with the second section advancing over the ridge. Bren gunners covering the advance. A Guards officer looking towards the entrance of the Pass on the other side of the valley as American tanks enter it. Officers with the Pass in the background. The Grenadier Guards officers watching the American tanks are Captain J D Buchanan and Captain A K C Nation.