Men Of Timor, Bismarck Convoy Smashed & Jungle Patrol DVD
MEN OF TIMOR: (Southwest Pacific Timor Island 1942) During the Japanese drive into the Southwest Pacific, a unit of Australian soldiers were trapped on the enemy-held island of Timor. This is the story of these Australian soldiers and their guerrilla war against the Japanese. Ace Australian Army cameraman Damen Parer filmed this unusual semi-documentary film of a band of Robinson Crusoes trapped on an island occupied by Japanese. Australia, 1942.
Plus: BISMARCK CONVOY SMASHED: (Bismarck Sea, Southwest Pacific, March 1943) It's March 5th, 1943 and combat cameraman Damen Parer is on assignment to film the efforts of the RAF and USAF to sink a convoy of Japanese ships. Japanese convoy. So all available combat aircraft are ordered into the fray! Australia, 1944.
Plus: JUNGLE PATROL (Australia, 1944): (New Guinea 1943) This is the story of eight Australian infantrymen on a patrol in New Guinea in 1943. They have to walk up and down the Owen Stanley mountains as they take part in the battle for Shaggy Ridge.
Three films on one DVD. B&W, Total running time 37 minutes.
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)