Special Offer – ‘The Nostalgia Series’ – buy all 3 titles together

£27.00

The Nostalgia Series from Britain on Film (Usually £12.95 each)

The Way We Were At the Seaside

A nostalgic look back at the good old British seaside holiday, from the early 20th century, when bathing machines were still required to preserve modesty, to the carefree, bucket and spade, Punch and Judy, donkey-ride days of the 1950s.

Region 0. Running time approximately 55 minutes

The Way We Were At Work

A fascinating look back at different aspects of working lives in times gone by. See harvest time in Essex in the 1930s; women at work in WW2; the job of a British Bobby in the 1940s; life on a working narrow boat in the 1950s; a day in the life of a Staffordshire miner; behind the scenes at Covent Garden Market in the 1960s; and the role of a Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London in the 1960s.

Region 0. Running time approximately 55 minutes

The Way We Were At War

Archive film and newsreels present a unique insight into life in Britain during the Second World War. The topics covered include the evacuation of children; the steps we took to protect ourselves; food rationing; training of the Home Guard; a day at school in wartime; and the VE Day celebrations with some extremely rare colour film of a street party.

Region 0. Running time 55 minutes approximately.

The Nostalgia Series from Britain on Film (Usually £12.95 each)

The Way We Were At the Seaside

A nostalgic look back at the good old British seaside holiday, from the early 20th century, when bathing machines were still required to preserve modesty, to the carefree, bucket and spade, Punch and Judy, donkey-ride days of the 1950s.

Region 0. Running time approximately 55 minutes

The Way We Were At Work

A fascinating look back at different aspects of working lives in times gone by. See harvest time in Essex in the 1930s; women at work in WW2; the job of a British Bobby in the 1940s; life on a working narrow boat in the 1950s; a day in the life of a Staffordshire miner; behind the scenes at Covent Garden Market in the 1960s; and the role of a Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London in the 1960s.

Region 0. Running time approximately 55 minutes

The Way We Were At War

Archive film and newsreels present a unique insight into life in Britain during the Second World War. The topics covered include the evacuation of children; the steps we took to protect ourselves; food rationing; training of the Home Guard; a day at school in wartime; and the VE Day celebrations with some extremely rare colour film of a street party.

Region 0. Running time 55 minutes approximately.

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