Chilean copper aid vital for Allied Industry in Chile. Blast at copper mines. Train loaded with copper passes by copper mine. Copper is mined and smelted in the factory. Workers pack the finished products. Boxes of copper placed outside for shipment.
View of delegates seated at War Emergency Conference of World Jewish Congress in Atlantic City.
Delegates applaud and listen carefully as told to by Director. A delegate from Chile asked to come up on stage.
Famous tourist destinations and architecture in Hamburg, Germany. The Alster River in Hamburg. A train runs on a bridge over the river. Trees in the background. People row boats in the river. In old Hamburg buildings seen on either side of a stream. View of the Chile Haus (Chile House) in modern Hamburg. People walk outside the modern Hamburg Airport. Flags on either side of the airport. An airship seen. Scenes of St. Pauli and Hamburg's Coney Island during the night. A Hamburg American line steamer seen.
Natural disasters strike nations like Morocco, Chile and Caribbean Islands in the year 1960. Ruined resort town of Morocco destroyed by an intense earthquake. Demolished houses and broken roads in the city. Intense earthquakes in Chile render damage to property and lives. The bust sculpture of a leader damaged by earthquake. Hurricane Donna strikes shores of Caribbean Islands. Fast winds blowing destroy houses and trees. A group of people stands and watches the destruction by the hurricane.
Two Ford tri-motor airplanes at airport. A plane has a sign on fuselage 'Grace-PAA' (Panagra airline) and other plane has 'Linea Aerea Nacional' (LAN-Chile airline). Passengers board the plane. People hug and shake hands. Plane in flight. View of plane over snow covered Andes mountain. Aerial view of airport. 'Iquique' (in Chile) painted on roof of hangar. Aerial view of coastal city. Plane lands and taxis. Several people look at plane at airport. Men and women pose around the plane.
Views of extreme destruction from an earthquake in Chile, on January 24, 1939, that killed 25 thousand and injured 40 thousand persons. Homeless people stand out side wreckage. Relief supplies that the U.S. Army Air Corps flew from Panama are seen. Since all Red Cross medical planes were already being used, U.S. President, Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered additional medical supplies to be transported on the U.S. Army Air Corps XB-15 bomber, a single prototype, operated by the 2nd Bombardment Group at Langley Field, Virginia. Views of pilot, Major Caleb V. Haynes, supervising the loading of supplies. With Major Haynes,at the controls, the XB-15 is seen taking off on its earthquake relief mission in February 1939. Later, it is seen landing back at Langley Field, Virginia, after completing its mission. (Note: For this exceptional flight, Major Haynes and his crew were awarded the MacKay Trophy, in 1939.)