200 lb Carrot is fired in a gully and against Mk. 1V mines in Great Britain.
United Kingdom Date:1942 Duration:2 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A British film which demonstrates the use of various equipment against beach obstacles during World War II in Great Britain. British soldiers stand besides a gully. Barbed wires in the gully. A tank rolls down in the gully. 200 lb Carrot is fired in the gully. Smoke rises due to fire. The tank moves in the gully. Soldiers and officer stand on either side of the gully as they watch the tank moving in the gully. Barbed wires in the foreground. The tanks move from the obstacles and barbed wires in the gully. 200 lb Carrot is fired against Mk. 1V. mines. Soldiers stand in a group. 80 feet wide and 80 feet deep holes in the ground.
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