The Royal Navy at War is a unique set of four, extra-length DVDs recording the Royal Navy's fighting ships and men during the Second World War. Each remarkable volume contains a wide selection of rare films, many of which have not been seen since the war years.
THE ROYAL NAVY AT WAR: 1940-1943: Seven complete films covering the commissioning of HMS Howe, naval combat 1941-1942, Flower-class Corvettes, HMS London, HMS King George V, naval service worldwide and more.
THE ROYAL NAVY AT WAR: THE FLEET AIR ARM: Seven complete films plus bonus DVD film covering carrier operations and landing techniques, fighter school, catapult ships, U-boat recognition from the air and more.
THE ROYAL NAVY AT WAR: NAVAL INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS: Five complete films plus three DVD extras covering the duties of helmsmen and lookouts, 'raising steam' on a destroyer, onboard safety routines, internal communications, the Sea Scouts and more.
THE ROYAL NAVY AT WAR: KNOW YOUR OWN NAVY: Nine complete films plus three DVD extras covering warship identification for Allied pilots, the Royal Navy in combat, the Submarine Detection Branch, 'Chariots', the Sea Scouts, the 'Y Scheme', a routine British sub patrol and more.