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Bombs at Teatime
Bombs at Teatime is a collection of rarely seen films from the British Film Institute National Archive which provides a fascinating glimpse of Britain during World War II. These affectionate, moving and surprising films look at domestic life on the Home Front during World War II, one of the most extraordinary decades of British history. Both informative and wryly amusing, these films document a time of great austerity as Britain sought to retain its sanity in the shadow of war. Rated No Rating .
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Running time: 1hr 20min
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