New American tank called the General Lee is demonstrated by a Canadian regiment in Britain.
Peter West compresses food extracts to make concentrated rations for servicemen.
Story of bombed out family in Southwark from their rescue to entering temporary accommodation.
Footage of the Food Minister Mr WS Morrison informing the public about food rationing.
Rural housewives show the Queen how they are preserving plums in cans.
The Queen talks with children at food distribution centres in London.
Soldiers being served sandwiches and tea.
Army cooks serving French soldiers hot meal on Western Front.
A look at how special wartime vegetable stew is mass produced.
American food rations & bubbling geyser in Iceland.
WAAFs in white learn about carving meat and cooking, then make meals for RAF men.
Mass production of biscuits for the army in Africa.
The navy and R.A.F. fight in Libya, and allied soldiers collect equipment left by the Germans.
Soldiers get good rations to celebrate the last Christmas of the war.
Actress Wilma Vanne demonstrates how to make a wartime snack from roe and potatoes.
People show how they can economise in wartime life - especially over cigarettes and sugar.
Tanks are made at an American factory, then tested under battle conditions in the testing range.
Footage of German prisoners of war and American soldiers in Europe.
American troops fighting in snow, probably in Ardennes.
Secretary of State for War, Anthony Eden, visits troops in the Middle East.
Good material of War in the North African desert - compiled for El Alamein Anniversary.
A visit to a Red Cross hospital that lies 12 feet below ground level at El Alamein.
Shots of the depression at Quattara - troops in the desert between Quattara and Alamein.
General Auchinleck checks on troops activities around El Alamein.
El Alamein desert advance of British troops.
Monty talks about El Alamein on the third anniversary of the battle.
A short film showing El Alamein today.
British army prepare for Battle of El Alamein and move to next positions.
Good shots of American troops and German POWs during early days of Invasion of France.
All troops dispersed across desert get their supplies on time.
Adolf Hitler wields his spade to start the building of Germany's Autobahns.
Hitler opens German Motor Industry Show.
News in a Nutshell includes - two ships run aground, a farm fire, Amy Mollison's crashed aeroplane and London's Dairy Show.
Great shots of musical comedy stars Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert in rehearsal on ship.
Monarchists in Germany celebrate the 110th anniversary of Bismarck.
Lorraine citizens tear down Wilhelm I statue.
German newsreel featuring Erwin Rommel inspecting beach defences, Panzer division etc.
Footage of the German army entering Paris. France.
German footage of the D-day invasion.
Documentary of events in Europe from just before D-day until the liberation of Paris.
A large portable harbour is transported across the Channel for D-day.
D-day Anniversary Ceremony at Arromanches and Bayeux.
Desert gun emplacements and Rommel's General Cruwell is taken prisoner (Fall of Tobruk).
Good footage of the 8th Army advancing across the desert and US troops land in Africa.
Stirring item shows the Axis troops in retreat across the desert as the 8th Army advances.
Touching film showing work of the Red Cross in providing prisoners of war food parcels and other services.
Cattle and food arrive in Britain from the Republic of Ireland.
Various shots of French troops during the early part of WWII preparing defences.
Soldiers learn how to drive jeeps and tanks - no soundtrack.
American invasion exercises with great beech landing scene.
U.S. army soldiers test out new small troop carriers, look like jeeps.
Americans testing their jeeps on very rough terrain.
Material showing American convoy at sea and jeeps being unloaded. France.
Allied jeeps and lorries drive down flooded roads in Cleve, Germany.
The American First Army Corps carry out big scale manoeuvres in Carolina. USA.
Rommel and his German troops on the move in North Africa.
The Eighth Army advances across the desert with Rommel and Afrika Korps in retreat.
British ex-servicemen and families visits relics and beaches of the War.