No ‘Picnic’ for the Men of Anderson’s Army IN THE FIGHT FORTE B OUR B A ,some twenty miles W .of Tunis, a battalion of the H amp shire Regiment covered them selves with glory. For four days they upheld a largely superior German force in the most advanced of the First Arm y's position sin a wood beside the Jed eid a-T eb ou rb a road ,but after charging the enemy time and again and defeating many a counter-attack ,they were a t length compelled to withdraw on Dec. 3,1942 frofti their foothold inT eb ou rh a's o u tsk ir ts. T n n .bomb damage inT eb ou rb a circle British officers in the vicinity below, 1st Army Bren gunners in the line near M ateur. PAGE 453 P\otos, British Official: Crotin Copirighl
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