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  • RAF CAMERA GUN FOOTAGE - ADGB (AIR DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN) [Allocated Title]

    RAF CAMERA GUN FOOTAGE - ADGB (AIR DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN) [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: Air Ministry (Production sponsor) 1943-11

    CGE 3951~4183

    Very brief filmed records of aerial combat and air-to-ground attacks by RAF fighter pilots. Captions identify pilot name, squadron, date and time of attack, aircraft type, and target. (Personnel named are not visible.)

  • RAF CAMERA GUN FOOTAGE - ADGB (AIR DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN) [Allocated Title]

    RAF CAMERA GUN FOOTAGE - ADGB (AIR DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN) [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: Air Ministry (Production sponsor) 1943-12

    CGE 4101~4199

    Very brief filmed records of aerial combat and air-to-ground attacks by RAF fighter pilots. Captions identify pilot name, squadron, date and time of attack, aircraft type, and target. (Personnel named are not visible.)

  • RAF CAMERA GUN FOOTAGE - ADGB (AIR DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN) [Allocated Title]

    RAF CAMERA GUN FOOTAGE - ADGB (AIR DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN) [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: Air Ministry (Production sponsor) 1944

    CGE 4556~4965

    Very brief filmed records of aerial combat and air-to-ground attacks by RAF fighter pilots. Captions identify pilot name, squadron, date and time of attack, aircraft type, and target. (Personnel named are not visible.)

  • CANADIAN TROOPS IN PLYMOUTH [Allocated Title]

    CANADIAN TROOPS IN PLYMOUTH [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: War Office Film Unit (Production company) 1940-06-14

    AYY 22-1

    14 June, 1st Canadian Division (Toronto Scottish) embark at Plymouth. Boat leaves pier, scenes on board, men eating and drinking.

  • CANADIAN TROOPS AT PLYMOUTH; RETURNING BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE AT PLYMOUTH [Allocated Title]

    CANADIAN TROOPS AT PLYMOUTH; RETURNING BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE AT PLYMOUTH [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: War Office Film Unit (Production company) 1940-06-17

    AYY 22-2

    17 June, Canadian troops landing at Millbay Dock, Plymouth. Posters advertising Bovril, Virol, Veno's Cough Cure, White Horse Whisky. Soldiers stand with children sitting on their shoulders.

  • RETURN OF BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE [Allocated Title]

    RETURN OF BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: War Office Film Unit (Production company) 1940-06-18

    AYY 22-3

    18 and 19 June, survivors of SS Lancastria land at Millbay Dock. Stretchers are loaded into ambulances. Small boat R N H Cavell. Aliens arrive in ship's tender. The John Hawkins enters the dock, packed with troops. Some men on board are playing...

  • PARACHUTIST TRAINING [Allocated Title]

    PARACHUTIST TRAINING [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: War Office Film Unit (Production company) 1941-02-24

    AYY 99

    Churchill inspects training of parachute volunteers at Ringway Aerodrome near Manchester. Airborne badge on sergeant's sleeve. Men drop from balloon basket. Physical training of parachute volunteers. Unarmed combat, jumping from tower, platform etc...

  • WORKSHOPS AND CAMP SCHOOL IN MALTA [Allocated Title]

    WORKSHOPS AND CAMP SCHOOL IN MALTA [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: War Office Film Unit (Production company) 1942-06-09

    AYY 193/11

    Repairing motorcycles at the RAOC workshops. Men working a circular saw in carpenters shop.

  • INVESTITURE; REGIMENTAL FARM [Allocated Title]

    INVESTITURE; REGIMENTAL FARM [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: War Office Film Unit (Production company) 1942-07-10

    AYY 193/14

    First official public function attended by Governor Lord Gort and Malta's first wartime investiture, held at Castille Square, Valletta. Fifty awards made to men (and one woman) of all three services and to members of the Malta Police Constabulary...

  • MALTA CONVOY [Allocated Title]

    MALTA CONVOY [Allocated Title]

    (film) Made by: War Office Film Unit (Production company) 1942-08-15

    AYY 193/19

    Ships entering the Grand Harbour are the Rochester Castle, Melbourne Star and Port Chalmers. Cheering men from the Royal Malta Artillery watch. The damaged bows of the Brisbane Star. The destroyer G77 (HMS Ledbury or HMS Penn?) entering the harbour, with...

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