'The Unbroken Line' is a short British Army film, made in 1985. It tells the story of the British Army's 300 year history with depictions of the battles of Blenheim, Waterloo and Operation Overlord - as well as a depiction of what fighting against a Soviet invasion in 1985 might have looked like.
In this short video we'll look at one of the interesting scenes that features a PIAT in action!
For more about 'The Unbroken Line' check out @RM Military History's special video where myself and Robbie chat with David Carson, the historical advisor on the film!
Watch the whole short film here: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xg37k0
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