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This 1943 film by documentarian Paul Rotha uses found footage and animated diagrams to discuss the production, distribution, and consumption of food; the prewar problems of overproduction and the anomaly of glutted markets and hungry people; the…

The Children See it Thru was a British production made as a fundraising appeal to American audiences to help clothe and educate English children affected by the Blitz. The film depicts the hardships of life during wartime for children including…

This film uses diagrams to illustrate the importance of salvaging common everyday items in an effort to reuse important raw materials for building ships. The film asserts that one day's salvage by the whole British people counteracts the loss of one…