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Desert Victory (1943) Poster

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This documentary features newsreel footage filmed by the Nazi German Army that was captured by the British Army during World War II.
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This documentary is considered a Second World War wartime propaganda documentary film of the United Kingdom.
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And opening announcement states that four cameramen were killed and thirteen injured or captured.
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The statement, "If war was to be fought then let it begin here", is announced early in this documentary.
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This documentary features actual Second World War combat footage of the Battle of El Alamein in North Africa.
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Many of the more famous sequences in this documentary have have been frequently excerpted and have been re-used and have appeared many times in other later documentaries and films.
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The later film, Burma Victory (1946), is similar to this documentary.
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This documentary's working title was 'The Battle of Egypt'.
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This documentary features an opening dedication to the "Desert Rats".
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This documentary is one of the most successful wartime documentaries made about the Second World War.
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