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While the fight continues for victory in Europe and the Pacific, the Anzac homefronts are preoccupied with their own problems: shortages, rationing and the arrival of the Americans on 'R and R'. Thousands of women are now at work and children too are doing their bit, foraging for paper, tin and rubber. This episode covers the years until the end of World War Two, including footage of secret mustard gas tests and survivors of Japanese POW camps and prison ships.
(2003, 45 mins) A Film Australia National Interest Program in association with TWI, Nine Network Australia, ScreenSound Australia, NZ on Air, TVNZ and the New Zealand Ministry of Defence.
© National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, TWI.
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