The U.S. 2nd Army and the British 8th Army capture the city of Bizerte and the German troops surrender during the World War II.
Bizerte Tunisia Date:1943 Duration:5 min 32 sec Sound:Yes
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.
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