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Diary March 20, 1943

Sherman tank passes through the Gabes Gap
Sherman tank passes through the Gabes Gap as the New Zealand Division makes the flanking attack during the Battle of Mareth.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, March 20, 1943:

Africa

Tunisia – BATTLE OF MARETH: (March 20-28) British 8th Army attack Axis forces holding the ‘African Maginot Line’, along Tunisia-Libya border. New Zealand Corps makes flanking attack.

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