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Britain at War in Colour

by Stewart Binns, Adrian Wood

Britain at War in Colour Synopsis

Colour photography was still in its infancy in 1939. With the outbreak of war against Germany, the short supply of colour film stock made colour photographs even more rare. But some were taken and a few of them have survived. Most of these images have remained unseen for decades. But the producers of the ITV series Britain at War in Colour scoured the archives to unearth a remarkable collection of startling colour images for this book. These photographs are presented with a brief outline of the events surrounding them and illuminate a unique selection of personal accounts of the war. Intimate letters and diaries of service men and women civilians and war-time leaders tell the story of the British experience of war. The personal memories tell the reality of war-time Britain: a time when Britain stood alone; a time of danger and hope. The powerful photographs show the reality of war-time Britain: a nation with a purpose; a people with a will to win. Britain at War in Colour is a unique account of Britain during the Second World War.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781847324047
Publication date: 1st April 2010
Author: Stewart Binns, Adrian Wood
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 160 pages
Categories: Second World War, 20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000, Photography & photographs,

About Stewart Binns, Adrian Wood

Stewart Binns produced the TWI/Carlton BAFTA-winning documentary series 'Britain at War in Colour'. He is an acclaimed documentary film-maker who has won over thirty international awards for his work. He is the co-author of The Second World War in Colour and America at War in Color. Adrian Wood has over 25 years experience with independent producers and broadcasters in Europe and North America. In 1998 he joined TWI as Director of Archive and Library Development. Adrian sourced the previously unseen footage for the Peabody Award-winning series The Second World War in Colour .

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