This patriotic documentary produced during World War II focuses on the definitive battles fought in the skies above England. Archival footage and exclusive interviews bring the Battle of Britain to life in this second installment of the acclaimed, three-part series. Also included is film of the battle's 50th anniversary observance, during which airplanes flew over Buckingham Palace to pay tribute to the British Air Force.
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