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Military Newsreels: 1944 - Issue 37
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keywords: wwii, v-mail, wheat harvest, track-mounted gun carrier, penicillin drug, president franklin d. roosevelt, 28th democratic national convention
Synopsis: New V-Mail Service Speeds Letters To U.S. Troops, U.S. Wheat Harvest Boon To Allied Forces, New Track-Mounted Gun Carrier Meets Army Test, Miracle Penicillin Drugs Save Allied Lives, President Franklin D. Roosevelt Is Nominated For 4th Term...(read more)
- Date: 1944
- Duration: 00:07:16
- Sound: Yes
- Color: Monochrome
- Type: Public Domain
- Language: English
- Location: United States
New V-Mail Service Speeds Letters To U.S. Troops
New service speeds mail to American soldiers in all parts of the world. Shows GI wife writing a letter. Shows how V-mail is processed in American at a V-mail laboratory. Each letter to an American soldier is reduced to a thin strip of film to reduce size and weight. After arrival overseas the 16 mm film containing the letters are enlarged, printed, censored, and placed in an envelop for delivery to the intended GI. Shows mail call and GI’s reading letters from home.
U.S. Wheat Harvest Boon To Allied Forces
U.S. wheat is harvested at Walla Walla, Washington for Allied Forces. Shows wheat harvesting machine (combine) in large grain field (wheat). Shows horse drawn wheat combine at work in wheat field.
New Track-Mounted Gun Carrier Meets Army Test
A new army track-mounted gun carrier called the mobile machine gun nest pass rugged tests.
Miracle Penicillin Drugs Save Allied Lives
Penicillin drug saves Allied lives and is in mass production. Shows penicillin manufacturing process in antibiotic drug production facility.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt Is Nominated For 4th Term
Senator Barkley nominates Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the 28th National Democratic Convention in the Chicago Stadium in 1944. Shows convention floor and delegates. Franklin D. Roosevelt accepts the nomination in a radio broadcast from his railroad car in California. Excellent footage of FDR speaking to the Nation.