Object details

Category
Film
Related period
Second World War (content)
Creator
Admiralty (Production sponsor)
SEAC Film and Photo Unit (Production company)
Sprague, John (Production individual)
Fish (Production individual)
Production date
1945-06-15
Place made
GB
Dimensions

whole: Number Of Items/reels/tapes 1

Catalogue number
ADM 1776

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