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Our Finest Hour

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With this DVD and CD collection, you can relive the sights and sounds of a nation at war. In the summer of 1940, Britain stood alone against the Nazi menace, threatened by invasion yet galvanized by the bulldog spirit of Winston Churchill. Recall those epic times through the newsreels, broadcasts and music from 1940 and beyond.

Includes:

- Their Finest Hour (June 18, 1940): The Rt. Hon Winston Churchill

- Spitfire Prelude And Fugue (Excerpt): Halle Orchestra

- Two Spitfires Flypast

- RAF March Past: Central Band Of The RAF

- An Airman's Letter To His Mother: Sir John Gielgud

- He Wants To Be A Pilot: Dorothy Wick (With Oscar Rabin And His Band)

- The Few (August 20, 1940): The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill

- The Grand Old Man: Max Miller

- I Fell In Love With An Airman: Tessie O'Shea

- Live Radio Broadcast: Air Battle Over The English Channel (July 14, 1940 - Part I, With Charles Gardner)

- Live Radio Broadcast: Air Battle Over The English Channel (July 14, 1940 - Part II, With Charles Gardner)

- Carry On: Ambrose And His Orchestra (With Jack Cooper)

- Speech To The People Of The Commonwealth: HM The Queen

- (There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover: Vera Lynn (With Mantovani And His Orchestra)

- The Spitfire Song: Joe Loss And His Orchestra (With Sam Browne)

- Hawker Hurricane And Supermarine Spitfire In Flight: Announced By Group Capt. Douglas Bader

- Supermarine Spitfire "Beating The Aerodrome Up": Announced By Group Capt. Douglas Bader

- It's A Pair Of Wings For Me: Nat Gonella And His New Georgians

- A Pair Of Silver Wings: Anne Shelton (With Ambrose And His Orchestra)

- We Shall Fight On The Beaches (June 4, 1940): The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill

- There'll Always Be An England: Jack Payne And His Orchestra (With Robert Ashley)

- Radio Announcement: This Is London Calling (With Arthur Burrows)

- Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer: Anne Shelton (With Ambrose And His Orchestra)

- I Didn't Really Never Oughter 'Ave Went: Doris Hare

- The Deepest Shelter In Town: Florence Desmond

- Wartime Radio Broadcast: The Bombing Of London (With Quentin Reynolds)

- It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow: Al Bowlly

- When They Sound The Last All-Clear: Vera Lynn (With Mantovani And His Orchestra)

- All-Clear: Air Raid Siren