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|The Royal Air Force at War The Unseen Films 1940-1944|
The Imperial War Museum Collection features rare and fascinating original films preserved in the Museum's archives. Many have never been released to the public before and are presented here, complete and uncut, for the ver... more »
Fascinating Gaze Into A Bygone Age
Jordynne Olivia Lobo | St. Louis, MO United States | 09/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Consisting chiefly of Crown Copyright WWII-era training, informational, and some propaganda films, 'The Royal Air Force At War' DVD series is a boon to historians, scale model enthusiasts, and WWII buffs. If, for one example, you ever wanted to learn in detail how to enter, service, operate, and exit a Wellington bombers' two different types of tail turrets, and how to load and unload those turrets' Browning machine guns, then this series will prove to be your cup of tea. These discs afford the viewer a series of windows through which to gaze into a bygone age."