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The Fire Service at War

a film entitled 'I Was A Fireman', made for The Crown Office in 1942 showing the work of the then Fire Brigades and Auxiliary Firemen and the birth of amalgamated Brigades into a new modern National Fire Service and how they were able to quickly adapt to fires and developing emergencies.

please note; this is a very long film - the longest film I've ever posted, but, for people who like old films, black and white cinema and or The Crown Office Film Unit productions sit back and watch this epic of the National Fire Service of Great Britain and see how it came about and why. Classic scenes of London during the 1940's are legion.. nostalgia by the bucket-load!


Added: Jan-31-2012 Occurred On: Jan-31-2012
By: thecleaner001
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Tags: an anglosaxonwarlord-cleaner film, thecleaner001, Fire Brigades, National Fire Service, London, 1940's, Auxiliary Firemen,
Location: London, England, United Kingdom (UK/GB) (load item map)
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