The Battle of Tunisia in North Africa during World War II. A sign board. U.S. troops on trucks enter Ferry Ville. The troops on trucks hold guns. U.S. tanks advance on a field. Firing from across a lake. Buildings in Bizerte city in the foreground. U.S. troops on a truck fire guns. The troops in a jeep enter the city. A sign reads 'Bizerte'. A tank drives past on a road and fires. Buildings on either side of a street. Smoke rises due to the firing. The troops advance forward. A soldier with a gun checks a damaged building. The troops stand in a group. A damaged building in the foreground. British troops in jeeps and on motorbikes enter Tunis. The troops carrying guns and on tanks fire. A tuck in the foreground.
The Axis troops are crushed by the Allied Forces in North Africa during World War II. The U.S. 2nd Army moves towards Bizerte. U.S. tanks and infantry on the roads. Wrecked German Pz.4 from the battle of Hunt's Gap. U.S. General Eisenhower, Allied Commander in Chief, inspects the abandoned German weapons and the booby traps. The British 8th Army moves towards Tunis. The Allied troops move into a town. The locals cheer and destroy all the signs of Axis occupation. British General Bernard Montgomery standing in an open car. Citizens welcome the Allied troops. German plane drops a bomb. Another is shot down. Allied artillery destroys German naval base, across Lake Bizerte. The Allied soldiers move to the outskirts of Bizerte. The Allied tanks move in the streets. Allied troops search the streets. German troops come in trucks and surrender. An Allied soldier writes down the names of the surrendering German generals. Large numbers of German prisoners led away. The Allied Forces move into city of Bizerte. The citizens welcome the Allied troops. US, British and French flags fly.
German prisoners in Bizerte, Tunisia during World War II. View of wrecked ships in a harbor in Bizerte. Wreckage of a ship in the water beside the harbor. A few men and children rowing a boat beside the wrecked ship. A group of German prisoners at the harbor collecting equipment. The prisoners holding equipment walking in a column. A few U.S. soldiers standing on the side watching the prisoners. The prisoners walking at the harbor. Ships in the harbor in the background. The prisoners moving in a column. The prisoners holding baggage board a ship. A bomb damaged building in the city. Columns of German prisoners moving along a city street. Buildings on the side of the road.
United States infantrymen search buildings for snipers in the city of Bizerte. Troops scurry across street under cover fire by American officers lying in the middle of the street. Infantrymen moves from doorway to doorway towards the end of the street. Destroyed buildings in the city. Tank moves down the street in search of the MG nests. Infantrymen get off from the jeep. A sign reading 'Bizerte' also includes speed limit.
German prisoners taken to Bizerte and vehicles loaded with prisoners during the Tunisian Campaign. Faces of German prisoners many of them stand and seated. German prisoners along with their luggage move into the compound. Around 2000 Prisoners of War taken or voluntarily having turned themselves into MPs. Prisoners relax themselves and talk. After a break they march forward. Roads filled with vehicles loaded with German prisoners. Prisoners on car, jeeps and trucks. A U.S. vehicle reads 'Hell's-half Acre'. Vehicles loaded with German prisoners. U.S. officer keeps a watch on the prisoners. Officer drinks.
The end of the North African Campaign of World War II. Bizerte and Tunis civilians greet French, U.S. and British troops. The troops in jeeps. People crowd on either side of streets. The people crowd in a street and give 'V' sign for the victory. Buildings on either side of the street. The troops on tanks. People hold flags. The soldiers hold guns and parade.