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British Public Information And Propaganda Films Dual Layer DVD

British Public Information And Propaganda Films Dual Layer DVD
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The Do's and Don'ts of Life According To Her Majesty's Government - Over 3 Full Hours Of Rare Archival Films Packed Into 22 Films On 1 Dual Layer All Regions DVD!

*11/15/13: Upgraded From A Standard Format 2 DVD Set To A Single High Quality Dual Layer DVD For Easier Storage, Lower Cost And Best Performance In All DVD Players, And Manufactured Using Genuine Verbatim Brand Dual Layer DVD+R Disc Stock, The World's Best!

Contents:

A Warning to Travellers (Five Pounds in Notes) (1949, 1:03)

After World War 2, more money was leaving the UK than was coming in. To stem to the flow, all travellers were permitted no more than £5 in notes when leaving the country.



Berlin Airlift (1949, 10:13)

How Great Britain did her part in keeping West Berlin free.



Brief City (1952, 18:44)

A review of the prior year's Festival of Britain held on the south bank of the Thames river.



Charley's March of Time (1948, 9:02)

The popular animated public information films character Charley queries the need for the 1948 National Insurance Acts which legislated health insurance for all citizens.



Charley Junior's School Days (1949, 8:45)

The strapping son of Charley learns what the nation's school system has planned for him.



Coughs and Sneezes (1945, 1:25)

The dangers of sneezing, and the employing of one's handkerchief to combat them.



Don't Spread Germs (Jet Propelled Germs) (1948, 1:02)

The necessity of placing one's used handerchiefs in a bowl of disinfectant is here asserted, though a suitable disinfectant is not posited.



Festival In London (1951, 9:31)

Another fine documentary on the 1951 Festival of Britain held on the south bank of the Thames river.



Into the Blue (1950, 10:27)

How Great Britain pioneered jet propelled civilian airline service.



Journey by a London Bus (1950, 8:05)

A delightful, almost Pythonesque film on the famed London Double-Decker Bus system.



London Airport (1949, 9:29)

A history of London's famed Heathrow International Airport.



Men of the World (1950, 9:36)

The British Army abroad in Gibraltar, Egypt's Suez Canal and Hong Kong.



Modern Guide to Health (1947, 8:46)

How the nation's citizenry can correct it's posture, exercise properly in the fresh air, and keep it's health up in general.



New Town (1948, 8:15)

City planning, post-war style.



Pedestrian Crossing (1948, 2:04)

How to properly cross the road in the UK.



Pop Goes The Weasel (1948, 9:41)

How the taxes of the day were being spent on the world war of yesterday.



Read Any Good Meters Lately? (Watch Your Meters) (1947, 1:02)

The necessity of keeping watch on one's energy consumption.



Shown by Request (1947, 18:15)

How the Ministry of Information created and distributed precisely the same kind of films contained in this DVD set.



What A Life! (1949, 11:09)

A light-hearted look at how grim life had become in post-war UK.



Wing to Wing (1951, 10:05)

Britain's part in the air forces of NATO.



Wonder Jet (1950, 19:14)

A history of the jet engine from its invention by Britain's Sir Frank Whittle to the earliest days of civil jet aviation.



Your Very Good Health (1948, 8:37)

Charley's back to send us off knowing exactly what the National Health Service (NHS) was.



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