John Elwen

27th Jul 2005

King Arthur (2004)

Corrected entry: The gates are opened by two Clydesdale horses (or similar heavy horse breed). Horses of this type were not bred until the late 1700's/ early 1800's.

John Elwen

Correction: The horses were not Clydesdales, but Shires which are one of the oldest English draught breeds and can be traced back to the days of the Roman Conquest.

30th Jul 2004

Hart's War (2002)

Corrected entry: With their prisoner of war camps, the Germans had a strict policy of splitting officers, NCOs and private/enlisted men into separate camps. Also camps were set up for the separate services, eg aircrew would not be kept in the same camp as army or navy personnel. So the two black airmen would not have been in the same camp as the army.

John Elwen

Correction: The Air Force wasn't created as a seperate branch until 1947. It was part of the army during World War 2.

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