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Title:BETWEEN BELLICOURT AND BELLENGLISE [Main Title]
Film Number:IWM 338
Summary: Unedited material of the Australian Corps and 46th (North Midland) Division fronts during the Advance to Victory, Western Front, October 1918.
Description: Australian soldiers, probably of 5th Division, at the south end of the Saint Quentin tunnel at Bellicourt. A temporary bridge has been built just below the tunnel entrance. A view, from on top of the tunnel mouth. Three Australians with two horses walk past two corpses on the ground. A pan from a high position of the ruins of Bellicourt (?) with soldiers in the streets below. A deep wire entanglement with gaps, through one of which comes a transport wagon and some riders. A bridge over the canal captured by 46th Division, showing some damage, probably filmed on 2nd October. The canal with a narrow footbridge across it. A group of unsaddled horses, among them one foal, being fed in shallow trenches as a protection from shells.