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De Seversky, who championed Mitchell’s ideas throughout his own career in America, and particularly in his 1942 book, Victory through Air Power. , the ﬁlm that would later become the High-Level Precision Bombing series was almost certainly ordered in response to lessons learned during the AAF’s ﬁrst independent bombing campaigns over Europe during the ﬁrst half of the year. In this respect, the ﬁlms could not have been timelier. 6 The story of how the series came about and the related tale of the bureaucratic channels through which it passed, however, reveal much about the extent to which the AAF paid close attention to Disney’s other government-funded efforts and, in particular, the studio’s feature-length curiosity, Victory through Air Power (a hybrid of animation and live-action produced as an adaptation of de Seversky’s book of the same name).
New York: Hyperion, 1995. McClendon, R. Earl. Autonomy of the Air Arm. S. Government Printing Ofﬁce, 1996. S. Army Air Forces 27, no. 1 (1944): 32–33. Perret, Geoffrey. Winged Victory: The Army Air Forces in World War II. New York: Random House, 1993. Schickel, Richard. The Disney Version: The Life, Times, Art, and Commerce of Walt Disney. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1985. Shale, Richard. Donald Duck Joins Up: The Walt Disney Studio During World War II. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 1982. United States Army Air Force papers.
The use of instructional animation in Stop That Tank! reinforces Grierson’s initial response to Flush Riveting regarding animation’s pedagogic potential. Animation allows complete control over the construction of the image and used in this instructional way offers the chance to demonstrate and illustrate in a similar way to a diagram in a textbook. There are, however, notable instances of light relief in the eighteen-minute training section of Stop That Tank! In an animated sequence on how to aim the gun the explanation of how to hit a moving object explains to would-be users that failure to properly line up a target traveling across their line of sight can cause them to hit the wrong thing.