Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 15 No 7

OUSTING THE WILY SNIPER After Solium had surrendered, many ol the houses, although but shells, hid snipers who were a source ot danger to British troops. A squad of South Africans arc charging into a house to dislodge one of these sharpshooter- FORT CAPUZZO FROM THE AIR Fort Capuzzo fell to New Zealand troops in the second campaign. It was by-passed by the British mechanised divisions in the first days of the operations and offered only brief, if fierce, resistance when attacked by the stout Empire infantry. r 147
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