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This collection of morale-boosting documentaries, propaganda items and recruitment films paints a fascinating portrait of life in the British armed forces from 1946 to 1985. Made by the Central Office of Information, there are films here by directors who would go on to make a name for themselves internationally, including Peter Greenaway and If. director Lindsay Anderson. Disc 2 highlights include: (1976), an attempt to lure schoolgirls into the armed forces and Tornado (1985), a fascinating look at the complex machinery behind Britain's military muscle in the skies and high seas. PLEASE NOTE: The running time refers to the total running time of both discs in the collection.
E means that the film's distributor believes the film to be 'exempt' from a BBFC age rating. E certificate films are often designed to inform, educate or instruct.
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This collection on four DVDs brings together a wide range of both classic and lesser-known documentaries made in Britain between 1930 and 1950.
11+ years 720 mins
Examination of how the famed World War Two photo of US troops raising their nation's flag on the Pacific Island of Iwo Jima became a propaganda tool.
14+ years 126 mins
Third in a series of collected documentaries made by the British postal service's film unit from 1939-40, as the nation crept into World War Two.
11+ years 260 mins
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