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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: The Royal Engineers destroying wrecked enemy tanks to prevent their recovery west of Médinine, Tunisia.
Description: A German Mark IV tank is reported at Brigade Headquarters. The staff captain shows sappers and an officer of the Royal Engineers the location on a map. Sappers loading a Dingo Scout car with demolition material. The car drives off. The officer observing from the car. A knocked out German tank. Men preparing a charge and running forwards with the charge. Men lying on the ground. A German tank blowing up. Men running to a German tank, climbing onto it and fixing a charge. Men running. A smoking tank. Men run through smoke. Observing from behind a rock. The tank blows up. Smoke around the tanks.