This complete boxed set contains every episode of the much-loved 70's British TV show Family At War, about the lower middle-class Ashton family living in Liverpool, from 1938 and through the rest of the Second World War.
The Ashtons have to deal with all of the domestic horrors of war, from having their sons sent to the front line and having their other children sent to distant and unfamiliar areas of Britain. The constant threat of an unwanted telegram hangs over their heads as heavily as the threat of the German bombs that looms every night. TP
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I first watched the Family at War series in the 1970's when it was first broadcast. I was still only a child then, but I can remember the impact it made within my family and it became an avid watch in my house. Fantastic series that really grabs you from the first episode to the last. Just like a good book, you just cannot put it down. Unfortunately about 6 of the episodes were filmed in black and white due to an industrial dispute, but this does not spoil anything. If you enjoy good drama then this is worth a look.
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