Smith notes that ‘Over the next three years he brought stability, security, and a sense of purpose to an organisation which had previously struggled to dene a role for itself within the “Programme for Film Propaganda” draed in January 1940 by … Kenneth Clark’.3 He arrived towards the end of the rst intensive phase of the aerial Battle of Britain, with German attacks on ports and shipping. Now the Luwae shied its focus primarily to the bombing of inland aerodromes.