World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF AFRICA: Meeting of Nations

> "In 'getting along,' the first important thing to remember is that the British are like the Americans in many ways—but not in all ways. . . . They are not given to backslapping. . . . The British are beer-drinkers—and can hold it. . . ."— from A Short Guide to Great Britain, issued to U.S. forces likely to encounter the British.

> "Two Army sergeants, one a thin Dev onshire boy named William Brown and one a slight young man named Joseph Randall of State Center, Iowa, stopped on the Gafsa-Gabes...

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