The aftermath of the Allied forces victory in Tunisia and Northern Africa, and the infantry shown in battle and taking prisoners of war
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SLATE INFORMATION: Victory in Africa - The Entry of our Armies into Tunis
AEROPLANES R.A.F. Lots in air over Tunisia
AFRIKA KORPS. Smiling P.O.Ws outside Tunis & march thru. Town Maj. Staff inc.
ALEXANDER GENERAL W.A.V.M.Conyngham alights plane Tunisia..in car.
Outskirts of Tunis..& w. Anderson
ANDERSON, General.(C.O.1st Army). W.Alexander before Tunis
ARMOURED CARS. Columns enter TUNIS
Alights plane w. Alexander in Tunis..In car w.Alex.
FLAGS. U.Jack-Stars & Stripes-Free French flags above crowds when Allies enter Tunis.
GUNS. PRIEST gun on tank firing Tunisia..Tanks firing
ITALY - Military. It. prisoners taken & march thro. Tunis
Military British Armoured cars & infantry enter TUNIS..R.A.M.C. Tend german wounded Alexander w. Conyingham also Anderson
PRISONERS OF WAR. Numerous Axis prisoners Nr Tunis & marching thro. town SMILING GERMANS SINGING ITS German wounded attended..
TANKS. TUNISIA tanks firing..Tanks advance in shell smoke-typical country hills & valley of Tunisia
TANKS. Knocked out German TIGER ..British shells flats in Tunis
Military - Active; Tunisia
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Background: The aftermath of the Allied forces victory in Tunisia and Northern Africa, and the infantry shown in battle and taking prisoners of war