I don't know if everyone has heard of the website www.youtube.com.
It is an immense repository of all sorts of video pieces, from small
home-made clips to long professional pieces, including vintage film
such as Einstein talking or endless Rolling Stones or Beatles
footage from 1960s pop shows on tv.
But it also has a search facility so I typed in 'Poland'
and 'Polish'. There are clips of Polish music including Polish
Highland musicians playing live at a bar. More relevantly to this
group I watched a 10 minute montage of war footage of film of Polish
soldiers. It has short scenes of Sikorski and of Anders amongst
other things. It's on
but if you can't find it
using that link just go to www.youtube.com and type 'Polish' in the
Search panel. I found it well made and very moving, and it made me
wonder what else is available relevant to us in terms of film
footage. A Forgotten Odyssey was awesome in this regard but I wonder
what may lie unseen for decades in Russian, German, British,
American and Polish vaults.
But beware. Once on that site it can be addictive. Everything, from
great Brazilian football goals to moon landings films, is on this
site, and for free.