Each month the Education team highlights a Pathé film that relates to current events, anniversaries or key topics that you may be covering in the classroom.
As the centenary of the First World War commences, we’ve found to find a film which shows the less seen, domestic side of War: Army Bakers making bread in outdoor clay and brick ovens.
If you’re looking for more footage, our Focus on Film website presents films from the Great War asking students to consider their advantages and disadvantages as evidence for the past. Like all historical sources films must be investigated and evaluated carefully. How far do they present an accurate record of an event and how far do they reflect the views of the film-maker, or indeed, the sponsor of the film?