R.N.Z.A.F. IN THE PACIFIC

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Year

1943

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

Unknown/None

Length

B&W, 18.5 minutes, 35mm 1,650 ft.

Film Censor's Certificate No. U9649 (5 August 1943)

Cat. Refs. 1951 p.29; 1956 p.39, p.43; 1957 p.49, p.53; 1958 p.53; 1962 p.69.


Viewing copies

16mm film- W3471/16BW198A

35mm film- R.1 200,184 (ex Negs.)

35mm film-R.2 200,185 (ex Negs.)

35mm film- R.1 200,186 (ex Print)

35mm film-R.2 200,187 (ex Print)

VHS Video- R.V. 38

VHS Video (Preview Tape)- BITC 38

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R.N.Z.A.F. IN THE PACIFIC

CAMERA ... PACIFIC UNIT

Since the war began, the Royal New Zealand Air Force has sent thousands of men overseas - to fight in the skies over Europe, over Britain, and Africa. This film tells briefly the story of our aircraft and men in the Pacific. Men of the Royal New Zealand Air Force push up into the palmy isles of the Pacific early in World War II. With bayonets they hack out clearings in the tropic jungle, build their stations, and fly on bombing missions against the Japanese. In leisure hours they make gardens around their camps and get acquainted with the friendly people of the South Sea Islands.

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