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Action: On the right side of the screen, pictures of submarines are displayed. The first four bullet points of the following text are shown on the upper left side of the screen. Midway through the narration, the pictures are replaced with a picture of a submarine under attack. When mentioned in the narration, the last bullet point is shown.
Voice: By attacking submarine bases, surface sea craft, and invasion ports, the combined bomber offensive was able to safeguard allied resources from German attack. This exemplifies how the principle of security is enhanced by the use of air power.
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