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Description

British infantry taking cover at Dunkirk beach (France, 1940).

Screenhot taken from the 1943 United States Army propaganda film Divide and Conquer (Why We Fight #3) directed by Frank Capra and partially based on, news archives, animations, restaged scenes and captured propaganda material from both sides.

Source

Divide and Conquer (Why We Fight #3) Public Domain (U.S. War Department): http://www.archive.org/details/DivideAndConquer

Date

1940 (event), 1943 (film)

Author

Frank Capra (film)

Permission

No restrictions.

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current09:54, March 24, 2007Thumbnail for version as of 09:54, March 24, 2007720 × 480 (358 KB)Jack Phoenix (Talk | contribs)==Summary== {{Information |Description=British infantry taking cover at Dunkirk beach (France, 1940). Screenhot taken from the 1943 United States Army propaganda film ''Divide and Conquer'' (''Why We Fight #3'') directed by Frank Capra and partially base

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