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Worker and War Front No. 18

A wartime magazine made to motivate and inform war workers, commissioned by the Ministry of Information in 1942 and exclusively screened in factories.

Government sponsored film 1945 11 mins Silent

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The final edition of Worker and War-Front Magazine focuses on the regeneration of Britain as it begins to emerge from the Second World War. In Hackney, rubble generated from bombing raids over London is put to use in helping to raise the flood plains. The Wedgewood Potteries relocate to a modern site in the countryside, proving the worth of modern techniques and better working conditions.