Restricted U.S. and British Training Films: World War II (1940-1944) 4.0 from 0 reviews
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This video features six short films from WWII: "Parachute Training in the German Army" (1940); "Captured Japanese Weapons" shows how to put assemble and use Japanese small arms; "U-Boat Identification" uses animation and real footage to demonstrate how to destroy German subs; "Crack That Tank" demonstrates possible tank attack scenarios; "Time Out Hollywood" relates the importance of remaining are during training; and "Secret Weapon" stresses the importance of individual perseverance and initiative. Some graphic violence in the last two would make them unsuitable for younger viewers.

International Historic Films, Inc., PO Box 5796, Chicago, IL 60680, Phone: (773)927-2900, Fax: (773)927-9211, Email:, URL:, Remarks: Some programs available in PAL & SECAM.

Available on Running time 110 minutes.

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Military History, World War II, War--General

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