Impressive collection of films by the British Council showing English and British life. Many were made during World War 2 and show areas of the country that were damaged during the war.

From the early 1930s, for a period of about 20 years, the British Council was an enthusiastic commissioner and distributor of documentaries, designed to showcase Britain to the outside world. Made by some of the finest filmmakers of the time these films are today held in the BFI archives.

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