The Royal Air Force at War is a unique collection of three, extra-length DVDs chronicling the RAF in service during the Second World War and covering the period 1940-1944. Each remarkable volume contains a wide selection of rare films that, in many cases, will not have been seen since the war years.
These carefully selected films cover a truly diverse range of subjects, from ditching procedures for Halifax bomber crews to a celebration of the newly introduced Lancaster and from instructions for navigators on board Stirlings to the best way to rescue crashed fighter pilots from their cockpits. There are film guides to preventing air accidents, fascinating behind-the-scenes accounts of servicing Wellington bombers and even a look at the RAF Regiment.
Together, these 24 training and public information films provide a fascinating historical record of the Royal Air Force during the height of the war years.