Tanks and infantry of the Allied Forces march forward in Tunisia, North Africa during the World War II.
Tunisia North Africa Date:1943, March Duration:9 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
Axis Forces collapse in Tunisia, North Africa during the World War II. General Montgomery reviews Australian and New Zealand troops. Tanks and infantry of the British 8th Army move forward. A man looks through a pair of binoculars. A map. Planes of the Allied Forces drop bombs on Axis positions. Allied tanks. Artillery fired at night. Soldiers fire artillery. Rubble everywhere. Soldiers of Indian Division. British armors enter Sened. U.S. tanks advance towards Maknassy. German Prisoner of War led away. Allied tanks and troops pass abandoned equipment. Allied Forces planes in flight. Navy ships. War equipment and supplies are loaded onto a deck. U.S. tanks and infantry. A warm reception of the victorious commanders. British fleet shells the coast. An Axis plane shot down. General Montgomery and Free French officers cheered by Moslems in Tunisia.
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