Salute the Sappers: The operations of the South African Engineer Corps in the North African and Italian theatres of war from the Battle of El Alamein to the end of World War II, with a brief description of subsequent developments, Part 2
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The Long Pursuit Begins
Onward to Tripoli
To the Mareth Line
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11 Field Company 12 Field Squadron 22 Corps Field 27 Road 31 Road Construction 39 Railway 40 Railway Construction 5th U.S. Army 61 Tunnelling 62 Tunnelling Company 6th S.A. Armoured 8th Army advance already Apennines April Bailey bridge Benghasi Bomb Disposal bombing Brig British bulldozer Capt Cassino Civita Castellana clear coast command Corps Field Park craters crossing demolished demolitions detachment enemy Field Park Company Field Park Squadron forces forward German headquarters ibid infantry Italian Italy June Lt.-Col Maj.-Gen metres Middle East mines Monte moved November officers operations Ortona pany piers port Railway Construction Company reconnaissance reconnoitred Regiment repair River Road Construction Company Rome Route Royal Engineers S.A. Armoured Division S.A.E.C. Corps Troops Sappers South African South African Sappers spans Survey Company tanks Taranto task Tobruk track Tripoli U.S. Army X Corps XIII Corps XXX Corps