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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Damage in Palermo harbour, wrecked equipment and slogans on buildings.
Description: Palermo harbour, showing an Italian torpedo boat sunk in the dock on 9 May with the town beyond. Close up of posters insulting the Pax Britannica. Panning shots of bomb damaged buildings at the harbour front. Panning shot of the town of Villarosa showing the mass of slogans and 'Duce' painted on the ends of buildings. A disabled Italian self-propelled gun, a 90mm Ansaldo manufactured in 1942, near St Caterina. Left hand 3/4 rear view of gun. Close up rear view. Right hand 3/4 rear view. Front 3/4 view with soldiers inspecting it. An enemy supply dump at Roccapalumba railway station. Panning shot of burnt out Teller mines.