Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 22 No 1

y TEMPORARY CANADIAN7 BATTALION1 H.Q. A battalion of the Canadian Carlcton and York Regi­ment establishes its headquarters near E nna in prepara­tion for attack on the town. BRITISH USE ENEMY GUN This 12-in. nun, captured from the Italians, is being elevated for action against the enemy. It fires a 6io-lb. shell a distance of 20 miles. “PRIESTS” HELP TO BOMBARD AXIS POSITION'S These self-propelled guns, to which the name Priest has been given, were effectively employed against the Axis forces in North Africa. Firing a -42-Ib. arm our-piercing shell, and combining speed and m anoeuvrability with devastating firepower, they have done good work in the Sicilian campaign. [7
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