ObscureHollywood.net’s review published on Letterboxd :
A small British army contingent in northern Africa, led by George Sanders and Bruce Cabot, attempts to stop German army officers from supplying guns to native tribes unfriendly to the British. Gene Tierney, an Arabian trader to the tribes, aids Sanders and Cabot.
A World War II movie meant to stir the home folks’ appreciation of the perils faced by their troops, even in the remotest fields of battle. The acting is good and the final action scene stirring. The film ends with patriotic speeches from George Sanders and Cedric Hardwicke. England will carry on bravely!