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"The Axis forces in Tunisia, fighting desperately from their mountain fortifications, have stalled for a little longer the day of their defeat... The desperate resistance which the Germans were putting up here had its counterpart in the northern sector where the U.S. Second Army Corps is driving toward Mateur. There was a strong Axis counterattack in a region identified only as Hill 609, some seven miles southeast of Sidi Nsir, which the Americans have already passed."

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Inching Forward in Tunisia (PM Tabloid, 1943)

Inching Forward in Tunisia (PM Tabloid, 1943)

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