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Object details

Category
Film
Related period
Second World War (content)
Creator
Army Film Unit (Production company)
Laws, George E J (Production individual)
Production date
1944-10-29
Place made
GB
Dimensions

whole: Footage: 247 ft.; Running time: 3 mins.

Catalogue number
A70 187-1

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