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Title:THE BRITISH ENTRY INTO TUNIS AND THEIR GRAND RECEPTION; HOUSE CLEARING AT HAMMAN-LIF [Allocated Title]
Film Number:AYY 434/5/1
Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: British troops in Tunis. Troops mopping up in Hamman-Lif.
Description: A Propaganda Van with two loudspeakers. Scenes of a cheering crowd taken from a high building.
Knocked out German 88mm guns and their dead crews on the road to Hamman-Lif. Arabs running back to Allied lines and on to Tunis. Three Germans coming into Allied lines with a white flag each.
The 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards walking carefully through the streets looking for snipers. The Guards firing rifles at doors and forcing them open. A Guardsman running up the stairs of a French man's house, he stands at the bottom waving the Tricolore and Tunisian flag. The road through the town packed with tanks and vehicles on the way to the new front. Crowds waving and cheering the tank crews.