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Lost Films of WWII

Lost Films of WWII
Lost Films of WWII

Year

2019

Duration

118 minutes


Synopsis

The story of Britain during World War as retold through rarely seen home movies. Old cine films and interviews make up this two-part series including remarkable footage of the Battle of Britain captured as captured by a doctor in Kent. These personal accounts offer a window into the past and how world events impacted individuals at home as well as in action. 


Content Warning: Potentially distressing scenes

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