War in the Air part 12 The Cold Dawn
DVDRip | 1954 | English | 00:30:00 | DivX 5 - 1430 Kbps | 720x536 | 25 fps | MP3 64 kbps avg | 340 Mb
In 1954, the BBC produced an outstanding documentary series on aerial warfare from 1935 to 1950, comprising fifteen half hour shows that was aired on the first Monday after Remembrance Sunday.
Taking two years to make, and compiled from nearly 12 million feet of Allied and enemy film footage, there had been little to compare with it in terms of scale, depth and content.
This landmark series represents an important piece of television history and will give every viewer an honest telling of the development of airpower.
Some of the highlights include; amazing footage taken from the nose of a Mosquito during low level attacks, camera's placed on the wings of various aircraft and a dozen other earth grazing operations.
This series will make your hair stand up on end!
Episode 12 - The Cold Dawn
Allied air power seemed to be tipping the scales everywhere. The converging Allied air forces could be found in Norway, beating off the powerful German counteroffensive in the Ardennes, in Italy, in the Balkans and on the Russian Front.The Luftwaffe collapsed almost completely under the strain of trying to defend the Fatherland and vicory was assured.