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Summary: I. "The other man's job. New lamps for victory." Girls making lamp filaments for the lights of ships, tanks, aircraft and other objects of war are doing a valuable job. Scenes of the assembly and testing of filaments in a factory precede a description of the lighting devices used on an airfield (floodlights, mobile lighthouse, flare-path) and a view of a Mosquito landing at night.
II. "Warriors of the week." An American pilot from the RAF Eagle Squadron, in Britain on leave from Malta, promises to come round the factories to describe his experiences in action.
III. "Pantelleria surrenders. First pictures." No film shot on the island itself but views from on board RN vessels bombarding the shore batteries, which return fire. Admiral Cunningham and Eisenhower watch the operation on board HMS Aurora as invasion barges move forward. Commentary stresses the importance of Allied air and sea power.