Raid on Tunisia Airfield
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British officer served as bomb aimer with 18 Sqdn, RAF account of raid on Chouigui airfield, Tunisia, 4/12/1942 for which Wing Commander Hugh Malcolm was awarded posthumous Victoria Cross
REEL 1 Account of raid on Chouigui airfield for which Wing Commander Hugh Malcolm was awarded posthumous Victoria Cross, 4/12/1942: orders to attack Chouigui airfield without fighter escort; attack on airfield; sight of mass of German Messerschmitt Me 109s; shooting down of his aircraft; escape from crashed aircraft; regaining British lines.