A Carrot charger and a Hayricks elongated beehive is fired to remove the beach obstacles in Great Britain.
United Kingdom Date:1942 Duration:4 min 51 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A British film which demonstrates the use of various equipment against beach obstacles during World War II in Great Britain. A 9 feet high and 6 feet tall wall. Barbed wires on the wall. A Carrot charger attached to a tank rolls down from a landing craft. The tank approaches the concrete wall. Tanks move on the ground. The Carrot charger is fired. Smoke rises due to firing. A 13 feet gap in the wall. Damaged wall and soldiers in the background. The tank climbs up the gap in the wall. British Matilda tank stuck in the gap and climbs the wall with difficulty. British tank Churchill goes through the gap easily. Ocean in the background. The same concrete wall. Hayrick elongated beehive charge is fired on the same wall. Smoke rises due to firing on the wall. British soldiers and officer stand on the damaged wall. Tanks climb up the damaged wall. Trucks in the background. Officers and soldiers look at the tanks climb.
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