Fighting The Blue - Battle Of Britain DVD

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Fighting the Blue is a UK History documentary series featuring the stories of human interest during 1940 exploring the courage and resilience of the human spirit during the Battle Of Britain period. People from all over the world who joined the RAF describe what it was like to live through this fundamental conflict. Female pilots supplying aircraft from factories tell of their experiences along with plotters from the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and Civilians who refused to give in despite the Blitz.

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Released
25 February 2019
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Quantum Leap Group Limited 
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Runtime
248 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5032711015788 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  Documentary series featuring stories of human interest during 1940, exploring the courage and resilience of the human spirit during the Battle of Britain period. People from all over the world who joined the RAF, describe what it was like to live through this fundamental conflict. Female pilots supplying aircraft from factories tell of their experiences, along with plotters from the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and Civilians who refused to give in despite the Blitz.

Documentary series featuring stories of human interest during 1940, exploring the courage and resilience of the human spirit during the Battle of Britain period. People from all over the world who joined the RAF, describe what it was like to live through this fundamental conflict. Female pilots supplying aircraft from factories tell of their experiences, along with plotters from the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and Civilians who refused to give in despite the Blitz.