Strike Force Entertainment present the first ever video compilation of First World War Public Information trailers and short films. They were made for David Lloyd George s late wartime coalition Government to encourage the Civilian Army of Britain s Home Front to greater resolve and patriotism in the support of their men on the Western Front and onto British Victory. His Majesty s British subjects were asked variously to join voluntary Home Front labour organisations, to save soap and other fats, to grow their own vegetables, to save bones to aid the manufacture of munitions, to eat at the National Kitchens and to buy War Bonds and National Savings Certificates to help pay for the manufacture of wartime weapons and machinery. Included and worthy of special mention are :- THE WOMAN S PORTION (1918, 17 mins) - A fictionalised propaganda drama on the need for women to accept separation from, and loss of, their husbands. The protagonist in this film would rather her husband was killed than be a deserter. BRITAIN S EFFORT (1917, 10 mins) - A longform cartoon / animation including caricatures of John Bull and the Kaiser that outlines the enormity of the British Empire s contribution to the Western Front in terms of troops, munitions production, shipbuilding and finance. The original silent films have been given a soundtrack constructed from period archive music.