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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: British troops enter Sfax, Tunisia.
Description: A road sign at the beginning of the pass through the Gabès Gap. Italian positions behind the hills of Gabès. An Italian gun. Blown bridges on the road to Sfax. A railway and road. A bridge that remains intact. RAF bomb damage on the road to Sfax. A road sign for Sfax. A Bofors gun passing. A knocked out enemy 105mm gun on the roadside. A tank of the 50th Royal Tank Regiment is the first to enter Sfax. The British army entering the town. Men of the 51st Highland Division in the town. They put their sign on the wall. The railway station showing damage to the lines, wagons and rails. Bomb damage at Sfax harbour.