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Filmed in every theater of World War II, both on the ground at RAF airfields and from the air, these "Gen" films provide a comprehensive record of the activities of RAF personnel and the aircraft they flew including fighters, fighter bombers, and medium and heavy bombers.
1943 - See the RAF during the middle war period, including the Queen congratulating the original "Dambuster" crews led by Wing Commander Guy Gibson; RAF crews at work assembling Spitfires from crates in Gibraltar; air-to-ground training using 40mm cannon armed Hurricane IID tank busters; and real life attacks on a variety of ground targets in the Mediterranean, France, and Germany. 50 minutes.
1944 (January to June) - This film examines the RAF from January to June 1944, including the construction of Hurricanes in West Africa; 342 Squadron preparing their Boston aircraft and carrying out a raid on a power station near Paris; and "The Day," second front preparations for "the coming storm." 55 minutes.
1944 (July to December) - Covering the RAF from July to December 1944, this film includes an animated propaganda warning from the United States, examines the war on the Pacific Front and the liberation of Brussels, and surveys the WAAF's contribution to the war effort. 1 hr. 25 min.