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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Ships entering the Grand Harbour are the Rochester Castle, Melbourne Star and Port Chalmers. Cheering men from the Royal Malta Artillery watch. The damaged bows of the Brisbane Star. The destroyer G77 (HMS Ledbury or HMS Penn?) entering the harbour, with survivors aboard. The damaged US-built, British requisitioned tanker Ohio towed by destroyer L51, HMS Bramham. Maltese dockers scooping escaping kerosene from the Ohio as she sinks. Oil is pumped out. Boxes of foodstuff being unloaded from Rochester Castle. The other ships are unloaded. A tractor on a barge from the Brisbane Star for the RAF.