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How I Filmed the War

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"How I Filmed the War" by Geoffrey H. Malins is a fascinating account of one man's experience documenting the horrors of World War I. Malins provides a unique perspective as a cameraman, capturing the realities of battlefields and bringing the war to life through his film footage.

The book is filled with vivid descriptions of the challenges and dangers Malins faced while filming, from dodging bullets to dealing with equipment failures. His bravery and dedication to capturing the truth of war are truly inspiring.

Malins also provides valuable insights into the technical aspects of early film-making, giving readers a glimpse into the art and science of cinematography during a time of great upheaval and turmoil.

Overall, "How I Filmed the War" is a gripping and important read for anyone interested in military history, journalism, or the power of visual storytelling. Malins' firsthand account of the war is a poignant reminder of the human cost of conflict and the importance of bearing witness to history.

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An account of World War I and the experience of filming it by an early cinematographer (and, after the war, successful director) who was there.

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