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Summary: I. "The other man's job. Steel tubes for victory." Strength and adaptability of steel tubular scaffolding make it a vital war product, used in the construction of "war-winning factories", Inglis bridges and mobile platforms for the maintenance of aircraft "whose mighty blows are shattering the morale of the German people." Production scenes in a factory using much electrically operated machinery.
II. "Warrior of the week." Indian Captain in the 8th Army states "the fighting men of Britain and India get on splendidly together."
III. "Last hours in Sicily." Wrecked German Armour and distant explosions as the enemy hastily blows up his own ammunition dumps are contrasted with the steady advance of British infantry towards Messina and the capture by the 78th Division of Centuripe after Baltimores had "softened up" the village. Commentary says fight is against the Italian government; "with the common people we have no quarrel." Supplies come ashore in amphibious DUKWs. "Viva England, USA, USSR" scrawled on wall by bilingual Sicilian. Meanwhile in Malta, Eisenhower, Alexander, Cunningham, Tedder, Wigglesworth, Coningham and Macmillan "consider the situation".