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WAR ABOVE THE TRENCHES Order now
Out May 2018 Order now at special discount price of £10.00 plus £2.00 p&p saving £3.99. RRP £13.99 plus £2.00 p&p. Offer ends 31st May 2018
Twelve years after the Wright Brothers pioneer powered flight, the aeroplane has become a deadly killing machine. This drama documentary traces the pioneering efforts of Britain and France in the early days of aviation, the struggle to master the unfamiliar, untested business of aerial warfare and the bitter fighting as the airmen of both nations challenge German pilots in the skies above the Trenches. They were the eyes of the big guns of the artillery, summoning a storm of accurate fire crashing down upon the enemy, pulverising men and material in an effort to break the stalemate of a prolonged and brutal conflict.
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BRISTOL SCOUT – Rebuilding History
The film tells the remarkable journey of the 14 year struggle to build and then to take it across Europe to the site it flew during the Gallipoli campaign 100 years ago.
Spitfire – Birth of a Legend
The story of the Spitfire from a radical design on the drawing board to the fighter aircraft that became the symbol of Britain’s determination to fight on to victory.
The Long March To Freedom
In the final brutal winter of WWII, 100,000 Allied Prisoners of War are force-marched away from liberating Russian forces
A Day to Remember
This arts history programme explores the career and techniques of the artist Paul Day as he produces sculptures for the Battle of Britain monument situated on the Victoria Embankment
Battle of Britain
A chronological account of the contest between the British and German air forces as they fought for superiority over England during 1940
Fighting the Blue
“Fighting The Blue” is a social history documentary series featuring stories of human interest during 1940, exploring the courage and resilience of the human spirit during the Battle of Britain era.
The Lancaster at War
Surviving Lancaster aircrew give frank and candid personal accounts of their part in an aerial battle of attrition that will claim the lives of 55,000 aircrew.