The Front Line

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The Front Line title card.

Short Movie (1940)

Directed by:
Harry Watt

6 minute propaganda film about how Dover is coping with being the front line against German-occupied France.

Barrage balloon

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Bristol 142 Blenheim Mark IV

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Heinkel He 111 H or P

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Junker Ju 87 Stuka

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Messerschmitt Bf 110

Shot reused in Reach for the Sky.
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Dornier Do 17Z

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Unidentified Aircraft

Probably the same Dornier Do 17 (M or Z variant).

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