File:OHAR IWM archive 110302.webm

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English: Spur Battery mostly then O'Haras and Lord Airey's Battery. Imperial War Museum video no 11302 supplied via Tito Vallejo. Gun fired on Gibraltar. (Investigating that we have formal release Nov 2012 Victuallers) - dates from 1947. Local historian Tito told me today "the gun which goes into action in the film is Spur Battery, the other two firing at the end are O’Hara and Lord Airey’s".
Source Imperial war museum
Author unknown but mostly the military were on gibraltar in 1947 (civilians were evacuated)


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