Scenes from East Africa involving British and Italian forces in World War II
East Africa Date:1940 Duration:32 sec Sound:Yes
Film opens with brief glimpse of a coastal city on the Mediterranean Sea. A mosque is the most notable building in the scene. A unit of Somaliland Camel Corps rides along a desert ridge. They pass behind a staionary British light tank. Change of scene shows a parked Italian communications vehicle being approached by another vehicle. An Italian soldier wearing a headset flags down the approaching vehicle and gives a dispatch to a soldier standing in the vehicle, which promptly pulls away. Next, A column of British Vickers light tanks Mk VI, are seen moving along in the desert. The lead tank is a command variant with special communications gear. Closeups of the tanks as they pass the camera. Next, they are seen at a distance.
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