RAF PLANES DIVE BOMBING MANDALAY (13/3/1945)
This film is held by the Imperial War Museum (ID: JFU 62).
Several British planes carry out dive bombing attacks in the distance and smoke is seen rising from the area.
Mandalay, Burma's second city, was an objective of great importance due to its prestige value and logistical connections, and was also the site of a large Japanese supply dump.
Operations for the capture of Mandalay were extensively covered by other British Army cameramen. See related items.
- RAF PLANES DIVE BOMBING MANDALAY (13/3/1945) (Allocated)
- Running Time:
- 2 minutes
- Film Gauge (Format):
- 94 ft
- Production Countries:
- War Office Directorate of Public Relations
- Hewit, J R (Sergeant)
- Production company
- SEAC Film Unit