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- Related period
- Second World War (content)
- Directorate of Public Relations, War Office (Production sponsor)
Army Film and Photographic Unit (Production company)
Grant, Ian James (Production individual)
- Production date
- Place made
whole: Footage: 279 ft; Running time: 3 mins
- Catalogue number
- A70 105-1
Associated people and organisations
- British Army, Corps 8
- British Army, Highland Light Infantry, Bn 9 (Bn 2?)
- British Army, Bde 46
- British Army, Middlesex Regiment, 1st Battalion
- British Army, Royal Artillery
- British Army, Div 15
- British Army, Lothians and Border Horse, 1st Battalion
- British Army, Bde, Armoured, 30
- British Army, Scottish Rifles, Cameronians, Bn 9
- British Army, Div, Armoured, 79
- armour, British - carrier: Universal
- weapons, British - gun: 25-pounder field gun
- transport, British military - prime mover: 17/25-pounder artillery tractor
- armour, United States - funnies: M4 Sherman ARV Mark I & [British]
- prisoners of war, German - movement
- weapons, British - gun [AT]: 57mm 6-pounder
- destruction, French military - aimed: artillery
- casualties, German wounded