The War Illustrated No 153 Vol 6 April 30th 1943

JALd < PMjko~% $)MY ioi Hall the, QjeAeAl /t'rnu^ ROMMEL’S DEFENSIVE LINE was brilliantly outflanked and the whole of the Mareth area occupied by Gen.-Montgomery’s forces by March 30,1943. The battered Axis transport and armour, incessantly attacked from the air, streamed up the Tunisian coast towards Sfax and Sousse as the 3th Army v.:nguard swept without pause through the Gab&s gap. These cheerful British sergeants have seen some hard fighting and are photographed -at the entrance of their pillbox in the Mareth Line. Photo, Btitisli Official: Ooa'ii Copyright. Printed in fin-r.uul iVhd puliiM ied every alternate Friday by tin1 I'ropriciprs, Tm: am a lg a mated PiiESS, Ltd., 1'he Fleetwa.Vfious*', fcirrhmclon Street, London, I’.C.4. I!t "i-tcVcil it 11 :iiisi«i|ssion l»y t:n udian Magazine 'Post -Soli' Agents for Australia and Now Zetland : VJo^is. (on ion «v Got eh, L t«l.: aiwl for South A i'rHt: Central Kcw3 Agoncy, Lttl.— 30, I'Jta. bS L.U U unu!A M rt*s: john carp enter house ,white friars ,lon donE C 4
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