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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Soldiers and sailors convalescing from bomb wounds at the Convalescent Depot at St Georges in Malta. Playing quoits, gardening, bathing in St George's Bay.
Two platoons of the 2nd Battalion Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment carry out anti-parachutist exercise at St Elmo.
Archbishop the Bishop of Malta presides at a religious service for the 1st Coast Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery. Brigadier Beckett, CRA (Commander Royal Artillery) and Brigadier White, Commander Fixed Defences, take the salute during the marchpast at Fort St Elmo.