Desert War - Tobruk & El Alamein Australian Doco Movie dvd
  • Desert War - Tobruk & El Alamein Australian Doco Movie dvd

Desert War - Tobruk & El Alamein Australian Doco Movie


Desert War - Tobruk & El Alamein Australian DVD


Tobruk & El Alamein WW2


An Australian dramatised documentary about the famous Siege of Tobruk and the Battle of El Alamein – with interviews from surviving Desert Rats.
This program was made by Western Australia producer Electric Pictures, for the Australian Broadcaster the ABC. The program originally aired as a two part series. The DVD has the following extra features
1. The Story
2. The Drama
3. The Veterans
4. Australian Teachers of media Study Guide
16:9 Aspect, color, PAL encoding, all Region DVD (Region Free)
Duration Main Feature 147 minutes

Episode 1  Tobruk
As the Nazis sweep all before them in Europe, the Anglo-Australian garrison in the small town of Tobruk in North Africa inspires the world by resisting the most celebrated German General of the Second World War.

Episode 2  Alamein
A brilliant Axis intelligence coup helps Erwin Rommel’s Afrika Korps sweep forward to threaten Cairo and the Suez Canal. At a tiny railway halt called El Alamein, the Allied Eighth Army – bolstered by Australia’s ‘Rats of Tobruk’- draws a line in the sand and fights a battle that will transfix the world and help turn the tide of the Second World War.

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Special note:
This DVD is brand new, supplied in factory plastic seal. It has been sourced from the Australian Distributor. Made professionally!
DVD Information:
Australian made Region Free
DVD Duration Time minutes:
Main feature 147 minutes
Movie Format:
16:9 Aspect - PAL Format - DVD
DVD Release Date
DVD Special Features:
Several Special Features about the movie

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