Watch this video and more on Discover Film
Impressions of a typical Saturday at Blackburn, a milling town in the North of England.
Looking at how soldiers injured and disabled during WWII would be helped to live as normal a life as possible in the post-war years.
The author J.B. Priestley delivers a talk about cross-border trade and communications as a benign force, which he contrasts with the military preoccupations of individual nations.
Words for Battle is a British propaganda film produced by the Ministry of Information's Crown Film Unit in 1941.