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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Allied traffic entering Bizerte and food supplies for the civilian population being delivered.
Description: Panning shot of Bizerte harbour. British ships in the bay waiting for the entrance of the docks to be cleared. Panning shot of the town. Panning shot from "Bizerta" sign to American lorries passing the sentry on the gate. American lorries carrying troops enter the town. British traffic entering the town.
Tins of milk piled to the ceiling in a school room. A supply of Canadian flour stored in another room. An American officer sews a sack which has burst, spilling flour on the ground. American soldiers stacking tins of milk in the store room. Panning shot from a Union Jack to soldiers carrying sacks of sugar across the school balcony. In the background another lorry load of milk is taken in.