Dambusters: Mission Impossible
Military & War • 46m
Destroying the great dams of western Germany, using a very special weapon designed by scientific genius Barnes Wallis, made the RAF’s 617 squadron one of the most famous in the world. This film features rare archive footage and photographs, fascinating interviews and illustrative 3-D graphics. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
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