Shots of a farmhouse (to be converted into a signals HQ) and of a jeep arriving. An airman (sergeant) is shown phoning (surrounded by cables). The sergeant enters a camouflaged tent (two takes) - close-up of signs reading 'Signal Office', 'Teleprinter Room'. A linesman is shown at work up a telegraph pole (out of focus); close-up of cable being paid out from a large reel; the linesman attaches a safety belt around the top of a telegraph pole - he then joins some wires and fixes them to the pole; more shots of cable being paid out.
The 'Blitz' – from the German term Blitzkrieg ('lightning war') – was the sustained campaign of aerial bombing attacks on British towns and cities carried out by the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) from September 1940 until May 1941.