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[untitled figure] 28 Battalion RAP at Takrouna, 20 April 1943 2 Platoon in front of Takrouna 5 ADS, Takrouna, April 1943 5 Field Ambulance ADS, Takrouna 8 Platoon before Takrouna. The platoon had heavy losses. Third from right, wearing cap, is Lt C. C. Hunt Attending to the wounded at Takrouna, the day after the attack of 19-20 April black and white aerial photograph of desert attack black and white photograph of battalion movement Building on Takrouna From Takrouna south-west to the 21 Battalion start line How the wounded were brought down from Takrouna Jack Spring observes from a camouflaged quad near Takrouna L-Cpl P. M. Kerr, Pte B. O'Hagan and Sgt C. F. Rose, Brencarrier platoon, at Takrouna Looking south-east from Takrouna New Zealand field artillery in action near Takrouna One of 2 Company's guns knocked out near Takrouna Plotting corrections on an artillery board near Takrouna SHELL HOLE AT TAKROUNA made by 17-pounder anti-tank gun TAKROUNA Takrouna, 19–20 April 1943 Takrouna, from 25 Battalion positions Takrouna, from the east. On the extreme left is the white farmhouse in the Maori Battalion area Takrouna. The Ledge, taken from the Pinnacle Takrouna from the South Takrouna from the start line TAKROUNA from the start line Takrouna – showing the route down which wounded were carried from the Pinnacle the capture of takrouna The capture of Takrouna The heights of Takrouna The ledge and pinnacle of Takrouna The pinnacle of Takrouna from the ledge War cemetery at Enfidaville. Takrouna and the white farmhouse are in the background


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