Why We Fight: The Battle of Britain

Why We Fight: The Battle of Britain
Why We Fight: The Battle of Britain

Year

1943

Duration

54 minutes

Genres

Short Films

Language

English

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Why We Fight: The Battle of Britain is one of a series of short films each made by the legendary Hollywood movie-maker Frank Capra during World War II. They were commissioned with the aim of encouraging the American people to throw their weight behind a US military presence in the conflict. This specific film explores the efforts of the Royal Air Force during ferocious air battles above Britain; many of which would proved crucial to ending the 6 year war.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and war theme.

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