Compilation of classic blitz bombing scenes in London.
A fly past of air force planes above London is an act of remembrance for Battle of Britain.
Extract from Churchill's 'Finest Hour Speech'.
Events of the year 1940.
Good shots of WAAFs moving markers on large map board - good for Battle of Britain.
Documentary tracing the role of the Royal Air Force in wartime.
Track of a short sequence of Winston Churchill's speech 'Battle of France is over'.
Item showing how battle planes are produced for the war.
Air Marshall Sir William Sholto talks of the new offensive, then we see RAF fighters in action.
Various newspaper headlines from the years 1919 to 1939.
Documentary film about events of later months of 1940.
Review of international news stories of 1940 from an American perspective.
Footage of D-Day landings in Northern France - compilation of newsreel material.
Air Minister Sir Kingsley Wood opens the new Ministry building in Berkeley Square, London.
Shots of the home of the scientific adviser to the Air Ministry - Sir Robert Watson-Watts.
Nameplates of various Ministries on doors.
Good shots of pins being pushed into a map in the Air Ministry to show bombing raids.
Underground offices and factory of the Ministry of Aircraft Production.
A selection of shots of historic sights in central London.
Air Marshal Douglas at his desk.
Good story about men of Fighter Command setting off to attack German bombers.
Footage of King George VI in France inspecting members of the BEF.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth pay a visit to new Royal Air Force headquarters.
A look a work of Spitfire aeroplane factory.
Good shots of Spitfire fighters scrambling to take off.
The first pictures of the new Spitfire Single Seater Fighter aeroplanes in flight.
Dive bombers attack ships in the Channel. They have to face anti-aircraft guns and Spitfires.
Aeroplanes including Spitfires in flight and taking off from RAF Duxford in Cambridgeshire.
Great story about Hurricanes and Spitfires in action against the Germans over France.
Good shots of anti-aircraft guns and a Spitfire scramble at RAF base.
Flight Lieutenant John Mungo-Park and Pilot Harbourne Stephen brought down 600th enemy plane for their station.
RAF officers meet the workers who construct their aircraft engines in a factory.
Various shots of air battles over English coast.
RAF fighter pilots and antiaircraft defences ready for the enemy planes.
RAF pilots take off to engage German planes attacking British a convoy.
Footage of the wreckage of a downed German Heinkel bomber in Scotland.
Aeroplane flying by radio location finding - early radar?
Inventor of radar Robert Watson Watt makes appeal for more radiolocation operators.