Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 15 No 3

VICTORY LEADERS Air Vice-M arshal A. Coningham (left) with Lieut.-Gen. X. M.R itchie, Commander of the British 8th Army. BEATEN AND D E JE C TED Some of the 1!>,000 Italian prisoners which, up to Sth January ,1042, had been taken in Cvrenaiea. CAUGHT BY SHELL-FIRE In the course of the Sth Arm y’s victorious progress through Libya, British artillery caught an Italian ammunition column near Derna. Accurate shell-fire caused such havoc that the column was completely destroyed, Italian dead lying strewn amonsr the wreckage. 50I
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